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Saving The Planet With Chocolate

October 17, 2009 by  
Filed under A Bride Idea

Mmmmm… Chocolate! As a woman and a self proclaimed “Chocoholic”, I am convinced there is no problem that chocolate cannot fix. Well, it may not help me with the problem of getting back into my old size six jeans, but it can help save our endangered species. By purchasing these delicious all-natural and fairly traded [...]

Edible Place Cards

October 14, 2009 by  
Filed under Editor's Pick

When planning your eco friendly wedding, remember to look for items that serve double duty like these fun personalized Hersey chocolate bars from Carson Wrapped Herseys Chocolates. Use as both a place card and a wedding favor, these delicious chocolate treats can be customized to match your wedding theme and colors. At only $1.99 each [...]

Candy Cane Centerpiece

October 16, 2008 by  
Filed under A Bride Idea, Crafts

This adorable candy cane vase will add the perfect festive touch to your Christmas season wedding. Place one on each table and fill with red roses. Your guests can help themselves to the candy canes during the evening or a few lucky guests can take the complete vase home to use for holiday entertaining. If [...]

Cookie-gram

October 10, 2008 by  
Filed under A Bride Idea

Looking for an elegant and fun way to ask your girlfriends to be in your bridal party? Surprise them with one of these delicious organic bridal party dress cookies from the Weddingish.com. Made fresh without the use of food dye or preservatives, these adorable cookies are available in a natural tone with a green ribbon [...]

Cupcake Flower Centerpiece

September 22, 2008 by  
Filed under A Bride Idea, Crafts

Impress your guests with these delicious and unique edible flower centerpieces. The secret, the flowers are cupcakes. Imagine the delight on the faces of your guests as they marvel at your creativity. Not only are these buds beautiful to look at, they will fill the air with a mouth watering sweet aroma. Important tip: Please [...]

Favors they won’t leave behind

September 15, 2008 by  
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There is nothing more disappointing for brides and grooms than having to collect a bunch of left behind wedding favors. Give your guests these delicious bite sized chocolates from Fair Trade Winds. They’re sure to hit your guests’ tummies before they make it home. At only $45 for 200 pieces this is a steal. www.fairtradewinds.net

Your Face on Chocolate

September 2, 2008 by  
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Wow your guests with these tasty and unique wedding favors. These delectable heart shaped solid Belgian chocolate truffles from Oughtta be on Chocolates can be personalized with your names and picture. All images are printed with FDA approved food dyes making the entire truffle including images edible. Whiles these custom printed truffles may look and [...]

Planning a Fall Wedding?

August 19, 2008 by  
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Nothing says fall quite like maple syrup. These adorable 1.7 oz bottles of maple syrup make an adorable, colorful and tasty wedding favor. The amber colored syrup and maple leaf shaped bottles will be the perfect complement to your fall wedding decor. Attach a tag with your guests’ names and they also serve as a [...]

Double Duty Centrepiece

July 2, 2008 by  
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This Bride Idea serves double duty. Use your wedding favors as table centerpieces. Try filling a glass jar with whimsical lollipops. Pictured here is a stunning centerpiece created by candyspirit.com Candy Spirit provides personalized tags and offers different ordering options such as ordering the lollipops only starting at $2 ea or complete with the vase. [...]

Tasty Preserve Treat Favors

June 3, 2008 by  
Filed under A Bride Idea

Your guests will love this tasty wedding favor idea. Canned preserves are always a crowd pleaser. Use your favorite family recipe if you have one or visit your local farmers market for a wonderful selection of exciting organic flavors. The mason jars can easily be decorated with ribbon, fabric and labels. Best of all, the [...]

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