Christmas Season

As much as we love to divulge in everything wedding each week, come November our focus switches from wedding bells to sleigh bells! Not to worry, I’ve decided to incorporate topics that can be used in your wedding or holiday planning. You’re welcome! Just yesterday I was pulling images on Pinterest for Christmas dessert tables while recruiting my confectionary-friendly friends. All that you have learned for planning your wedding will translate into holiday planning! From gifts to centerpieces, let’s get started so you won’t be too far behind your “I am already done shopping” friends.
I found the gift for the person who has everything –! Rated as one of Oprah’s favorite things – enough said – this team of artists offers a variety of styles to transform any picture of your choice into a one of a kind work of art! I personally adore the Black & White Couples Comic Strip and Warhol Pet Portraits!

Just as we learned how to design a candy bar for your wedding, you can use the same techniques for a holiday dessert table. Considering its winter, here is your chance to serve heartier desserts such as cookies and cakes and less on the candy. And don’t think you have to stick with a red and green theme, check out this unexpected holiday color scheme!

Should you be a guest and not the hostess (lucky you) this is a great gift to bring that doubles as a treat! This DIY candy cane vase can be made with items found in your house. By simply applying double stick tape around a short cylinder vase and slipping each candy cane under a rubber band, you can create this gorgeous display. Cover up the rubber band with a ribbon and add roses and voila!