reception

Do your guests a favor!

So we all know the most important people on your wedding day are…the guests. There is a very good chance that at least one person will leave your wedding disappointed but there is a way to prevent this, since we know your main concern on your special day is making sure the guests are happy. And what is the answer you ask? Give your guests an unforgettable favor at the end of the night to make it all worthwhile! If I’m disappointed with your wedding and having an awful time but you end the night with personal boxes of Krispy Kreme doughnuts you can expect very good reviews from me! Whoever came up with this idea, THANK YOU! And for anyone who’s reading this that might be attending my wedding in the future, you can most definitely expect Krispy Kremes for your favor! I personally suggest using these as your favor unless there’s children at your wedding, then you may want to avoid the 300+ calorie, pure sugar dessert, just saying!
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Source: BuzzFeed
If you don’t feel like making your guests fat and unhealthy, well that’s your decision but don’t complain when they’re bashing your wedding to everyone they know because they didn’t get this awesome favor! But of course there are always other options, for instance, alcohol. These mini champagne bottles are too cute and they even double as a drink and a place card, all the more reason to use them as favors at your wedding! Plus, no guest will leave your wedding disappointed if you give them free alcohol as a favor, I guarantee it!
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Source: Bridal Guide

There are so many unique and creative favors that will guarantee your guests leave happy; it’s all about finding the one that’s right for you! Maybe that’s a box of Krispy Kreme doughnuts, maybe not (but it should be!). For cute, creative custom invitations and decorations visit our website, Facebook or Twitter page! 

 

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Real Wedding- Meghan and Erik

meghan_erik0459-Edit_wWhen I saw that this would be my first wedding post I was very excited! Meghan and Erik had a beautiful Catholic ceremony at St. Mary’s Church in September, 2012 followed by a rustic reception at the Bristol Harbour Resort in Canandaigua, NY. a_meghan_erik0083_w

I was especially excited to write about this wedding because they had some of the most delicious desserts I’ve ever seen and, in my opinion, the dessert is a crucial part of any reception! Meghan and Erik gave their guests plenty of options; they had a Burnt Almond Torte cake, courtesy of Prantl’s Bakery, four different flavors of cupcakes, and even a late night snack of milk and cookies thanks to Gourmet Goodies! I’m going to go ahead and assume that guests did not leave this wedding hungry; I know I certainly wouldn’t have! meghan_erik0410_w
Erica had the pleasure of helping Meghan and Erik with their cupcake toppers, dinner menus, table numbers and programs. The color scheme, sparkling merlot and citron, helped emphasize the romantic and rustic feel of the reception. meghan_erik0414_w

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The place cards (which were adorable) added a unique touch to the reception. I admire this couple’s creativity and I’m sure the guests did as well! Such a clever way to display place cards!

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Meghan and Erik also had beautiful flower arrangements, courtesy of Flower Power Decor. Hair and Makeup were done by Valerie Schaubroeck of Salon Brio in Pittsford, NY and Lisa Murley from Limedrop Events was the wedding coordinator.

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Meghan looked absolutely stunning in her dress and so many brides will be jealous when they see these photos! The rustic theme for this reception was spot on and I know Erica is glad to have been a part of such a beautiful wedding. Thanks to John Larkin Photography for capturing this perfect night!  I would like to congratulate Meghan and Erik and thank them for choosing Peacock Printing for their wedding!

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