Archives for July 2011

Wedding Guest Book Ideas

Wedding guests books are not just typical books anymore.  There are many other creative ways to incorporate guest book ideas into your wedding now.

Here is a guest book letter from Style Me Pretty.
I love this idea for a photo guest book with an instant camera found from The Sweetest Occasion.
My brother and his fiance just had an adorable picture book made similar to this one to use as a guest book at their wedding.  It is such a great way to share special pictures with everyone on your special day.
Here is a unique way of remembering the guests at your wedding that I found on Etsy. This guest book fingerprint tree can become a lovely keepsake to hang on your wall instead of just some book that sits in a box in your attic.
Wine lovers will love this wine cork guest book.  Collect your wine corks while your engaged and use them as a keepsake for your wedding.
It is always great to see couples create their wedding to their own unique style!

Frozen S’more Parfait

How delicious does this look?!?!

It’s a Frozen S’more Parfait.  This would be such a great dessert to serve for so many different types of celebrations!!!

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The recipe is found at The Wanna Be Chef.

Pinatas, Pinatas, Pinatas!

Pinatas have become a tradition at my children’s birthday parties.  They love them and all of their friends always look forward to them too.  There are great ideas for pinatas other than just the standard traditional one.

These mini pinatas from One Charming Party are a great idea for party favors or a small celebration.

Here is a great idea for the summer heat!  What about a water pinata?!?!

I love these mini pinatas from The Sweetest Occasion that were placed on each place setting for a wedding dinner.

making papier mache pinatas with kids

These adorable pinatas from Let’s Explore are made into animals.

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Pinatas are also great to use for holidays like this Christmas pinata, Halloween pinatas, or some Patriotic pinatas.

If your feeling crafty and want create your own pinata you can find a great tutorial from Martha Stewart here.

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