21 Delicious Wedding Nut Ideas And Ways To Display Them

21 Delicious Wedding Nut Ideas And Ways To Display Them
Nuts are universal snacks, no matter what wedding theme you have, they will be a perfect complement for any wedding menu. If you think that it’s a boring appetizer, it means that you don’t know about the diversity of nuts! You can choose cashews, peanuts, almonds, walnuts and many others. And we don’t need to tell... 
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15 Awesome DIY Spring Wedding Favors

15 Awesome DIY Spring Wedding Favors
If you are getting ready for a spring wedding and decided to DIY the guest favors, the easiest idea is to choose some botanical idea, I mean, some flowers in cones, potted herbs or living terrariums – that will excite your guests. For flowers choose the spring ones – it’s a good way to highlight... 
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Exquisite Chocolate Favors By Jessica Foster

Exquisite Chocolate Favors By Jessica Foster
We’ve just told you how to incorporate chocolate into your wedding, and these fantastic chocolate truffles by chocolatier Jessica Foster are a great way to do that! They are made of butter, dark chocolate, cream and rosemary – isn’t that an original mix? She also creates truffles with almond, pistachios, cinnamon and pepper – that’s... 
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22 Creative Ways To Incorporate Chocolate Into Your Wedding

22 Creative Ways To Incorporate Chocolate Into Your Wedding
Chocolate has long played an important role in wedding traditions. The Mayans and Aztecs drank a cocoa concoction at their wedding ceremonies, flavored with chilies, vanilla beans, and cornmeal. In Europe, chocolate is said to have first appeared during the 1615 marriage of Anne of Austria and King Louis XIII of France, when Anne gave... 
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DIY Hot Cocoa Favors For A Winter Wedding

DIY Hot Cocoa Favors For A Winter Wedding
What are you planning to give as wedding favors at your big day? Hot cocoa favors are a fantastic idea for a winter or Christmas wedding as your guest will get warm drinking it and remember your big day. You’ll need clear glass vials with cork lids, white cardstock, scissors, basic hot cocoa mix, edible... 
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