Drink Tags

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gray straws with red drink.cute for Valentines day or a shower Champagne Cupcakes, Glitter Cupcakes, Valentine Party, Valentine Day Love, Red Drink, Diy Party Crafts, Drink Tags, Colorful Drinks, Sparkle Party

Bachelorette + Shower

Rather than hearts, you could do sparkly table number assignments.

Get inspired by our collection of Good Things for seating displays and table numbers, including keepsakes that double as escort cards, personalized place cards, and both classic and modern table numbers. Diy Wedding Stationery, Wedding Favors, Wedding Invitations, Wedding Ideas, Invites, Party Favors, Wedding Inspiration, Trendy Wedding, Wedding Tags

~Escort Card Hunt . . . Part 1~

I've been scouring the web for some fun, fresh escort card ideas for my brides . . . Oh and did I mention I had another few meetings th...

These adorable "Drink Me" bottle tags were designed by Truly Smitten and featured on Marry You Me ! With sweet tag lines like "I'm quite d. Drink Tags, Drink Me, Friday Drinking, His And Hers Rings, Engraved Wedding Rings, Free Christmas Printables, Free Printables, Event Company, Little Gifts

Your Wedding Ring | The Untold Story

The tradition of the bride and groom swapping rings during marriage actually dates back as far as the Ancient Egyptians. Almost 5,000 years ago, on the banks of the River Nile, gold, silver and platinum were hard to come by, so people used to weave their wedding rings from reeds. The fact that a ring made from reeds was so fragile meant that they were soon replaced by something stronger such as a leather, ivory or bone. The ring symbolised good fortune, eternity and a happy future for the…

Kraft tag + hole reinforcements via etsy (green ridge designs) + burst paper punch + a stop at Patrick's in SF (pens and rubber bands) + lots of booze = happy wedding guests Drink Tags, Paper Punch, Rubber Bands, Pens, Table Decorations, Happy, Green, Wedding, Design

Kraft tag + hole reinforcements via etsy (green ridge designs) + burst paper punch + a stop at Patrick's in SF (pens and rubber bands) + lots of booze = happy wedding guests