May 17, 2009
My mom removed the ring from the keychains and tied them on the vases for the girl's bouquets at the reception...
I am running out of time and patience, so I made these as simple as possible.....the table number is on the front and a quote about marriage is on the back.
He loves to help me with my projects and his favorite treat is canteloupe!
The squirrels love to tease him and he HATES it!
These were expensive and complicated to do, if I had to do it again, I probably would have picked a simpler design. I was happy with how they turned out though!
Pocketfolds and envelopes in Candy Apple Red from Cardsandpockets.com
Envelopes lined with peach Thai silk
Patterned paper-Anna Griffin
Flourish Stamp, peach, green, ivory card stock -Stampin Up
Rehearsal Dinner Invitations
We are having a rehearsal "luncheon" since our rehearsal is so late at the chapel. It's at a local steakhouse in the historic Stockyards in downtown Fort Worth. At 4:00pm there is a real catlle drive right down the street, great for the out of towners!
Here are my rehearsal dinner invites I whipped up:
My DIY Bridal Shower Martini Invites, I was pleased with how they came out! I didn't want a "traditional" bridal shower so we are having a "Love in Paradise" martini shower instead!
My bridal shower was amazing! The decor, the food, the martinis, the girls really outdid themselves!
If you need any ideas for martinis, I have killer recipes for a wedding cake martini and a tidal wave!
Wedding Cake Martini
6 counts Vanilla Vodka
1 1/2 count Pineapple juice
Splash of Cranberry juice
Pour ingredients over a healthy scoop of ice in a shaker.
Shake and pour!
Garnish with a mararscino cherry
Tidal Wave Martini
1 1/2 oz Coconut rum
1 oz blue Curacao
3/4 oz fresh lime juice
1/2 oz amaretto
1 TB coconut cream
1 tsp superfine sugar
Shake and pour, garnish with lime slice.