Our favours are finished! Beautiful bonboniere made by my Italian grandmother which we’re going to hand out at the wedding to each guest during dinner. She did an amazing job.
Posted in love, video, Wedding, tagged buffet, candy, candy bar, candy buffet, candy table, eye candy, favor, favors, guests, party, party gifts, reception, sweet, sweet love, sweet table, sweetie bar, sweetie buffet, sweetie table, sweets, Wedding, wedding favor, wedding gifts, wedding guests, wedding reception, wrap, wrappers, you tube, youtube on July 6, 2009 | 3 Comments »
Posted in Wedding, tagged bunting, butterfly, chutney, craft, fairy lights, farm, favor, favours, flag, guest, guests, lighting, local, pickle, real wedding, real weddings, reception, ribbon, ribbons, spring wedding, summer wedding, Wedding, wedding favors, wedding favours, wedding flowers, wedding reception, winter wedding on May 15, 2009 | Leave a Comment »
We were lucky enough to be invited to a lovely wedding on a farm in Suffolk. Fairy lights filled the trees and twinkled in the rivers that surrounded the farm.
The bride had got crafty and made most of the decorations. Bunting was created from different textures of white fabric and blue and pink fairy lights trailed the beams of the farmhouse along with homemade butterflies.
Each guest was given a local pickle or chutney in cute little jars tied with rose pink ribbons printed with the message ‘To have and to hold’. Get these ribbons for your own big day at Cox & Cox.
Posted in art, Wedding, tagged art, bride, fairy, fairytale, favor, favour, globe, groom, limited edition, miniature, nightmare, snow, snow globe, snow globe favours, Wedding, wedding favor, wedding favour, winter, winter wedding on April 27, 2009 | Leave a Comment »
I love the idea of using snow globes as extra special favours for our guests. The best real example of this I’ve found is by newlyweds Stuart and John. They created these fantastic snow globes for their wedding. Would love to know where they got them created.
In the art world, the masters of the snow globe are undeniably Walter Martin and Paloma Muñoz. They create miniature scenes with a fairytale (almost nightmarish) quality about them. Here’s some examples of their limited edition snow globes.
Traveler 78 at Night, 2003
Traveler 156 at Night, 2005
Traveler 48 at Night, 2003
Traveler 87 at Night