Tag Archives: DIY Favors

Mason Jars Paper Goods

Having an outdoor event or using mason jars at your next event? Loving these free pintables from Cottage Industrialist! We love how you can incorporate this element with your invitations, custom recipe cards as well as little tags describing your little treat!

Having a “canning” party may be a great idea for your bridal shower, or next girls night out. Purchase several different types of ingredients so that the attendees can can the goods of their choice. Use the recipe cards to swap recipes to try when you begin nesting.

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Interactive Stations – The Cookie Bar

What makes any kind of interactive station ideal is that 60% of the time your guests have never seen anything like it before. Naturally when I saw this cookie bar on Project Wedding I knew I had to share with my readers.  There are so many ways to take this idea and make it your own.  Consider the following when creating your own cookie bar:

  • Get together with your family and friends and bake cookies that have been passed down for generations
  • Pick sweets that you share with your love ones, then share with your guests
  • Visit a local shop that will be able to customize a new flavor that represent your new union

If you are looking for more interactive stations, check out our posts on s’mores, popcorn and even cupcakes!

Favor Ideas – Pies in a Jar

Ok so I thought I was in love with the cupcakes in a jar, but pies in a jar opens up a whole new love affair.  These little babies looks too good to eat.

I recently came across an amazing blog that I just adore – Goosie Girl. I just adore her posts and all the cuteness her blog contains.  But when I saw these pies in a jar i knew I had to share this with my readers. Not only are there yummy pictures but there are step by step instructions on how to DIY these favors.

Remember not only are they perfect wedding, shower or engagement party favors, but they can also serve as perfect hostess desserts. There is nothing better than receiving a gift from the heart.