Here’s an easy DIY centerpiece idea from Kelly Porter of Porter House Designs. She uses simple teacups, adds some adhesive jewels to the design, and inserts roses in a minimalistic, modern way(inserted into floral foam). Cover the floral foam with some moss and you have a lovely centerpiece for Birthdays, or Showers!
I know you’re gonna love this unique idea for displaying cupcakes, from LilyBean Paperie. As shown, these are obviously perfect for a tea party, but with a quick change of paper and fabric they would be quite adorable for an Alice In Wonderland theme, classic vintage theme, and anything in between. This project is simple to […]
How incredibly crafty is this shower?! Designed and crafted by Breanna of Brenotes blog, it has so many projects and interesting details that I know you could do also. The cupcake/mini cake stands are genius, and I can’t wait to make my own! Just gather together some candle sticks, spray paint them, and hot glue or epoxy […]
Looking for interesting ways to present napkins at your place settings? Here are 6 fun and unique ideas to try, from rustic to whimsical: Slide the folded napkin into a decorated or printed cake bag for an unexpected presentation. Wrap a wide leaf around the napkin and cut 2 slits into it to insert utensils or chopsticks. […]
I recently came across this fab feature in Utterly Engaged online magazine. There are some fun and easy paper crafts from Sweet Paul, that you can easily add to any food or favors display. Flower rosettes made from cupcake liners and pretty paper are used to add interest to bunting, favor boxes, and table decor. I also […]
Here’s a quick and easy DIY project perfect for your next shower or birthday celebration. I incorporated it into a Sweet 16 birthday I recently styled and the guest of honor liked it so much she wanted to keep it! Here are the easy steps I followed to create the frame above: Use the infamous Ikea frame […]
Here is a great idea from Kim at Frost Me blog, for shortbread “tea bag” cookies. These are so clever and cute for any tea party treat or take home favors. Simply cut out the shapes from your favorite shortbread recipe, poke a hole through the dough with a wooden skewer, and bake. Dip in melted chocolate and tie on […]