20 Creative Guest Book Ideas For Wedding Reception
Wedding guest books are invariably a terrific way to perhaps recall the special time you had with your guests at your wedding. It’s the first things about the wedding celebration your guest would probably see and give you a brief remark that you will appreciate everyday for a long time to come. Think about matching the theme of the guest book with the total theme of the wedding event.
DIY Wedding Jenga Guestbook Idea (Reception Decor) - Crafty Morning
This post may contain affiliate links, read our Disclosure Policy for more information. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases, thank you! For my wedding I wanted to do something unique besides having just the boring old paper guestbook. I saw an idea on Pinterest which I thought was adorable. Using the fun ... Read More about DIY Wedding Jenga Guestbook Idea (Reception Decor)
21 Insanely Fun Wedding Ideas - My Wedding Reception Ideas Blog
Around here we love anything unique and unexpected. But with weddings pouring in our inboxes day in and day out, it can be hard to get that Ah Ha! moment. What we really want to say is, “Yeeees! That …
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The Best Yard Games for Your Wedding - The Pink Bride
When it comes to entertaining wedding guests, many brides turn to tried-and-true yard games. Here are a few of my favorite options and tutorials!
Little fall crafts
When we put the new carpeting in our bedrooms it forced me to clean out our closets. UGH! Needless to say I made a few trips to Goodwill for donations. But I came across a game that paired with a Pinterest obsession gave me the inspiration for a few fall crafts. Everyone knows Jenga right? Build a tower, remove blocks and pray it doesn’t fall. Well, way, way back in college Hubs and I got the bright idea to use some generic Jenga blocks we found at Wal-Mart for a….well… a drinking game…