To Good Fortune


fortune cookies

Here is a super cute idea from Martha These are felt fortune cookies that hold a special not a a little treat for your guests. This would make a great favor idea. You can add a special thank you note to on the strip of paper and a special treat inside. These would be really cute for a shower, wedding, or even bachelorette party. Simply change the wording on the strips of paper to meet the needs of the event. For the wedding shower you could have the cookies filled with fun facts about the bride and groom. You could also make it into a game for a bachelorette party and fill the cookies with truth or dares. The options are unlimited. Be creative!

Felt Fortune Cookie How-To

1. Using fabric shears, cut a 4 1/2-inch-diameter circle from a piece of felt. Cut a piece of matching ribbon slightly shorter than 4 1/2 inches. Using wire cutters, cut a piece of floral wire slightly shorter than the length of ribbon.


2. Using craft glue, affix the wire to the middle of the felt circle. Glue ribbon on top, covering the wire. Let dry 30 minutes.


3. Fold the felt circle in half, using the wire as a guide, so ribbon is inside cookie. Next, angle the sides toward each other, bending the wire at its halfway point and forming a fortune-cookie shape, as shown.


4. Assemble the fortune cookies. Carefully peel back one flap of the felt cookie, and insert a paper fortune and a few candies. Fold the flap back over to close cookie around contents.
For video how to click here!

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Roses are Red and Thongs are Too!



undie bouquet

Okay, sometimes when going to a bachelorette party you are left asking yourself, “What do I get the bride?” Everyone is going to get some type of lingerie type item. No, surprises there. So, why not make your gift really special. You could give the bride a bouquet of undies. You heard me right! I said a bouquet of undies. This bouquet is a dozen of Hanky Panky low-rise thongs made to look like the long-stemmed flowers. These will last much longer than real roses. So, for all of you guys that may be reading, this would make a good Valentine’s Day gift as well. Hint, hint…

Check them out!!!

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Valentine’s Day Themed Shower Ideas

Throw a Valentines Day themed shower that is sure to steal the heart of any bride. Mini bud vases are arranged in the shape of a heart, double as a beautiful centerpiece and favors. Add pink and heart shaped touches in all elements of the shower. The more attention to details the better!


Name Tags, Take Away Centerpiece, Napkin Rings,
Fudge Hearts Favor



Ice Cream Sandwiches, Coffee Hearts
Almond Strawberry Salad,Salmon Tartare in Plantain “Ice Cream Cone”

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Fun Champagne Dessert Ideas from the Hostess with the Mostess


dessert champaign

The Hostess with the Mostess is one of my favorite blogs. It is a great resource for any type of party you are trying to throw. There are a plethora of ideas for decorations, food, and drinks. As I was browsing through the Hostess with the Mostess blog today I found these great Champagne dessert ideas. On the blog they were suggested for new years, but when I heard champaign my mind went straight to bridal shower. That probably doesn’t surprise any of you. Hehe… Anyway, I wanted to share them with all of you because they are absolutely fabulous. Enjoy!

more champaign desserts

Champagne Dessert Recipes:


1. White Peach, Cassis, and Champagne Floatsa super-easy & refreshing dessert that’s part Kir Royale, part peach parfait, and looks absolutely gorgeous!


2. Pink Grapefruit, Strawberry, and Champagne Granita with Sugared Strawberries – This granita recipe garnered rave reviews at Epicurious!


3. Champagne, Darling? Freezesfeatures lemon sorbet, champagne, and citrus vodka or limoncello…a true dessert cocktail!


4. Jelled Champagne DessertThis glass of bubbly is served with a spoon!

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Blushing Bride Cocktail


blushing bride

If you are looking for a great themed cocktail for a wedding or a wedding shower, then you have to check out this drink. It is called a Blushing Bride. The end color is a beautiful rose pink. It is simply gorgeous, as well as yummy!


Makes 2

  • 1 lemon wedge
  • 2 ounces vodka
  • 1/2 cup pulp-free pink lemonade
  • Directions


    1. Rub lemon around rims of two martini glasses; dip in sugar.
    2. Fill a cocktail shaker with ice; add vodka and lemonade.
    3. Shake well.
    4. Strain into glasses.

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    Cutting Board Shower Invitation


    cutting board

    Here is an ubber cute shower invitation idea from good old Martha Stewart! Take mini cutting boards and attach the invitations to them with ribbon. This is great to set the theme for a bride that needs her kitchen stocked or just loves to cook! Plus, it gives your guests an invitation they will defiantly keep. You can have invitations made, or make them yourself. Center each on a board; attach with double-sided tape. Wrap with ribbon, and mail in a small padded envelope. Mailing the wooden cutting boards could become quite pricey, so check that out first if you are on a budget. You can also find plastic cutting boards which are cheaper and do not weigh as much. These are typically white, so you may want to get a bolder color for the invitation if you go this route.

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    A Fresh Take on Bridal Shower Favors


    bath bar

    If you are the Maid of Honor for your friends wedding, then it is traditionally your job to throw the bridal shower. This can be a hard job if you are trying to make the evening memorable and unique. Well, here is a little favor idea that will help you out. You have heard of a candy bar for a wedding but here is a unique idea for shower favors. Play off of the ‘shower theme’ and set up a buffet of soothing bath additives. Here, an array of vessels offers up mini scented soaps, rose-petal soaps, bath-oil balls, bath salts, and bath fizzes. All of these can be bought in bulk, then decanted. Have guests collect their selections in small glassine bags before they depart. Your guests are sure to love them! Plus, it is something different and memorable.

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