I think some of your visitors planning weddings might like this
I recently got married and spent months beforehand wracking my
brains for a unique yet inexpensive favor for my guests. After
some research I finally decided to make origami tulips. I had
never done origami before but our flowers were white tulips so
I thought it would be a good time to learn a new skill and also
have a unique and individual favor. I checked out some books
at the library and found an easy pattern for tulips. I folded
over 120 tulips using tracing paper and used florist wire for
the stems. Not only were the tulips a hit with the guests, but
in bud vases they also did double duty as the centerpieces for
the reception tables. The total cost for the supplies was about
$30 (the bud vases were provided with the wedding package at
the wedding/reception site)! I enjoyed making the tulips so much
that I now actively pursue origami for fun.
A Theme For Weddings, Proms,
etc -BY ALICE
your wedding to be "just the usual wedding?" You want
to plan a fancy dinner party or prom in a rented hall that will
blow everyone away? I had this idea that will be used for my
school prom, and i don't know i think it would be pretty neat
for a wedding as well...
Think mossy mystical forest... you know those forests with big
huge trees and big huge mushrooms.... yeah... so make the color
scheme dark green shiny fabric to cover tables, and the walls
if its one of those halls with big curtains, and decorate with
exotic flowers, and have those mushroom candles as center pieces...
then for party favors, salt and pepper shakers in the shape of
mushrooms or whatever... yeah.... not bad i think.....