The "I'm bored at a wedding" inclusive, LGBT, multi-ethnic children's activity book

Thanks to Offbeat Bride and Etsy I fell in love with the idea of custom activity books for them. But, checking out the other books, I immediately thought, how can I make these books even more inclusive? Basically, I needed the children's activity book equivalent of the "Greendale Human Being! So I created my own inclusive, LGBT, and multi-ethnic children's activity book, I thought I'd share my files, so you can adopt it for your own wedding…


Everything you need for a rad confetti bar

We've talked about lots of rice tossing alternatives like flowers, lavender, seeds, lanterns, and sparklers, but sometimes you just want to see a giant display of good ol' confetti. Having a confetti bar with scoopable confetti and favor bags is an awesome way to let your guests take a little favor and make sure they have the means to shower you with their symbolic love.


Offer wedding hankies for crybaby guests

Danni and Zach's wedding was full of cute lil DIY bits, but I rrrreeeeaaaaalllyy loved the dish they set out with wedding hankies for their teary-eyed guests. Is it the blue glass jar? The handwritten tag with lacy edge? The promise of actual cloth hankies inside, of which I am a very huge fan? I DON'T KNOW, but I love the whole damn thing.


Foodie couples rejoice: DIY these recipe card favors (a free wedding printable)

Laura and Garrett DIYed over 500 of these adorable mini recipe card books based on the pie recipes that were all made for the wedding by Laura's mom, sister, aunt, and her good friend Katie. We loved the idea of mini recipe card favors so I whipped up a similar free wedding printable to make them yourself! You can edit the names and date, print them up on colored paper, bind them with little binder rings, or run with them any way you like.


Drink and be married with these reusable wedding welcome bottles

Welcome bags are often gift bags filled with treats, a schedule of events, and more treats. But the "bag" part of welcome bags bothered me. It just gets thrown out! So we put ourselves in our guests' shoes and thought about the goals behind this slice of wedding etiquette. How do we remove wastefulness, make it useful, and make it celebration-worthy? Our answer: Reusable water bottles filled with Make-Your-Own-Margarita supplies!