Emily and Ron decided to guac down the aisle to the accompaniment of all their favorite things and people, at their fave Tex-Mex restaurant.
If you’re trying to save a little cash by having a potluck dessert bar, you’ll need to let your guests know you’re in the market for their goodies. Give them this sweet little printable invitation insert to snag their sweets. Print it out on some cardstock, cut them out, and you’ll be ready to nosh their nibbles.
We’ve got Michelle and Phil’s “Oscars in space” wedding coming soon, but I couldn’t wait to share their geektastic Star Wars meets Star Trek dessert bar. It’s the final frontier in satisfying your sweet tooth at the reception. We’re talking Wookiee cookies, Death Star cake balls, Star Trek iced cookies, pretzel lightsabers, and R2-D2 oreos. Plus there were even themed drinks like “The Beverly Crusher” and “The Dark and Stormy Side.” Let’s take a sneak peek before we see their full wedding later this week.
Don’t these look like expensive rainbow macarons? They’re actually just adorable little Oreo cookies dipped in colored white chocolate! Most guests with a sweet tooth will like either, so you can save a little money and DIY these bad boys for a sweets table.
Now that we’re back to catering our own wedding (with major help from the wedding party), I whipped up a concrete version of the simple afternoon tea wedding menu that’s been running around in my head. I’m aiming to keep this very very simple to spare us stress and cost and time.