Whatever the size, your glass is always ‘half-full’ with these personalized clear plastic cups. What makes these party supplies so fab? Durability and details! Available in a variety of styles and colors.
String up some style with personalized themed garland. This well-tailored garland is completely customizable with your choice of design, letters, and colors. The banner cards are already pre-punched at the top for easy stringing. Try hanging along the entryway or as a stunning background for the shower buffet table!
When it comes to sunny summer weddings, everyone is a fan of wedding fans. Help guests beat the heat with these wedding fan program favors. Each practical wedding favor doubles as a wedding program, so your destination wedding, outdoor bridal shower or spring wedding won’t just be cool—it’ll be eco-chic!
Celebrate your wedded bliss by announcing your new Mr. and Mrs. status. This elegant cake topper allows you to do just that with its sleek and modern design. Use at the wedding but keep as a memento for a special reminder of your big day.
Add a fun contemporary twist to your wedding reception champagne toast with these chic flutes! Made of solid glass, each flute features a modern block-meets-cylinder design that holds approximately 8 oz. of your favorite toasting beverage. Each flute can be customized with a vertically engraved monogram, name, or special message.
There are certain questions that couples avoid because they’re afraid to hear the answer, or they think it will start a fight. Don’t make that mistake. These questions are important to ask to make sure you’re on the same page in order to have a happy and healthy marriage.
Any former bride will tell you that a “bridal emergency kit” is a must. Hope for the best, prepare for the worst. You never know what crazy thing will happen on your wedding day- I personally had to use safety pins, a sewing kit, and a tide pen! Here’s a complete list to cover all the bases in case of emergency on your wedding day.
Don’t rely on memory…you’ll have so much going on that you’ll be sure to forget something. Here’s a sample list of what you need to bring with you to the ceremony.
My husband and I are bona fide goofballs that are more interested in laughing at each other than looking like “the perfect couple”, so when it came time to discuss engagement photos, we both kind of rolled our eyes at the idea. We’re not really the kind of people who walk in a meadow holding hands as the sun sets (is anyone? …why?), but then he came up with an interesting idea: what if we did a photo shoot that we could *gasp* have FUN with?