I know I can’t make it through my day without
35 a few cups of coffee. Is there a way to get it intravenously? For the Bride and Groom who feel the same way, share that intoxicating morning aroma with your guests as the party winds down! What a great way to send them off well-equipped to regain the energy they spent while getting down on the reception dance floor!
Having grown up in the South, Monograms are a staple of everyday life. Baby diaper covers, shower curtains, napkins, shoes, now, even, bumper stickers for your car. These unique “distinguishers” have grown rather mainstream in their popularity over the last few years, but I think they remain one of the most classic facets of wedding tradition.
The best part about weddings and monograms is that they are not limited to just the Bride and Groom! Here are some cute ways to distinguish and show gratitude to each member of the wedding party…
- For a single man, the initials should go First, Middle, Last
– Marry Welle
Pull trucks (vintage would be so charming!) into an empty field or parking lot and use their beds as focal points for guests getting the essentials: drinks and finger foods.
Dine on open picnic tables or under a cozy tent.