I have very limited experience with weddings from the guest side of things — like maybe five in my entire 31 years of living. But I have a ton of experience from the vendor side of things, allowing me to see a wide range of budgets and styles in the wedding world. I thought I'd share a few of my universal observations when it comes to wedding days…
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I recently got married and I made our wedding cake. I love to bake, and I had a little previous experience making two wedding cakes with a friend, but this made it no less challenging. But making your own cake saves you a lot of money. If I wanted a cake like the one I made, I would have had to pay about £300-400.
So here are my tips for anyone who is thinking about making their own cake. It's totally possible… pinkie promise!
I pinned this cocktail onto the Offbeat Bride Pinterest account and it pretty much went crazy with repins. I can see why because I, too, want to drink the shit out of that based on looks alone. Plus, I love bubbles. Let's take a look at what's in it via the recipe from Cocktail Remedy.
If you're looking for a way to combine cake and favors, cupcakes in jars are a great option. It makes the cake that much more portable, and those who are full on the meal (including you) can still get their sugar fix later. Plus: CUTE! While you can bake them directly in the jars (like this rainbow cake!), I'd recommend putting them in after. Here's how.
Why are we teasing you with chocolate covered penis popsicles? Because we think it could make for a really fun bachelorette party activity. If you want to get your frozen delicious bedazzled penis pop on, watch this totally adorable and surprisingly safe-for-work video!
If you love the idea of a pie buffet that doubles as a receiving line as much as you like the idea of DIYing your wedding desserts, then this product is gonna bust your crust!
Personalizing some fabulous glassware is a great way to make a thrifty find into something one-of-a-kind. Whether you’re etching a pair of toasting flutes, personalizing a couple of pimp cups, or making your own etched beer steins, here’s a method for free-handing your finished look using fabric paint!