Want to work a touch of pink into your wedding in a subtle way? Why not work the romantic shade into your dessert table display? From pink cookies to eclairs, here are 16 delightful sweets that will leave your guests drooling and lining up for more.
Send guests home with something unique — a personalized paperweight. You can create this easy DIY favour using air-dry clay and rubber stamps. The options for personalizing these gifts are endless. Rubber stamps are available in a wide array of designs with everything from simple flowers to phrases. Use alphabet stamps to add guest’s names and use the paperweights as place cards.
TIP: You can also use an oven dry clay for this project such as Fimo or Sculpey, both come in a wide variety of colours.
Meredith Cameron and Ryan MacIsaac, December 31, 2011, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island.
Photography courtesy of Rachel Peters Photography (www.iamrachelpeters.com).
Ceremony and reception location: Rodd Mill River Resort
Dress: Mori Lee
Groom’s tux: Moores
Bridal party attire: Bill Levkoff
Hair: Tanya MacIssac from Sherwood Styling Salon
Makeup: Monique Horn
Music: DJ DMayneEvent (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Cake: Cake made by Sassy’s Cake & Décor; cupcakes made by a friend (Krista MacLean)
Caterer: Rodd Mill River Resort
Flowers: The Village Florist
Stationery: Invitations by Michael’s