Posts Tagged ‘wedding cookie favors’

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Thursday, July 12th, 2012

flowers, bouquet and arrangement: Esq. Events (image by Krista Photography)| dress:  Modern Trousseau | invitations:  Gus & Ruby Letterpress | groom:  Candace Jeffery Photography | cake:  Kendall’s Cakes | flower accessory:  Emici Bridal | heart-shaped cookies:  Cookie Creatives by Jennifer | shoe ring shot: Melissa Koren Photography | table setting:  Megan Clouse Photography

Yummy S’more Favors!

Monday, August 29th, 2011

Is it to no surprise that anything coming from Cookie Creatives by Jennifer is not only yummy as ever, but super cute as well?  I love chocolate.  And ever since I was a little kid, s’mores (and chocolate covered oreos) are on the top of my sweet-tooth craving fix list.  I think there are a lot of wedding guests who would be pleased to get something so delightful.  You must check out her s’more table on her blog.

Ok, and I can’t resist to post something that’s a little festive given that the Hallmark Channel has been counting down the Christmas holiday for weeks now — and I’m a total sucker for those movies!  Jennifer sent us cookies last season and they were too gorgeous to eat.  Yes, Kate and I certainly gave in and devoured them.

*previously posted on 11.23.10

Seating Card Cookies | Cookie Creatives by Jennifer

Wednesday, July 21st, 2010

We all know that Jennifer of Cookie Creatives by Jennifer is exceptionally talented.  That’s been decided a long time ago.  But her creativity surprises us every time we meet up with her.  She always has new ideas to share and is not afraid of any challenge — and this is certainly a time consuming idea but a perfect way to tie in your favors into your place cards.  It’s as simple as making your seating cards — a cookie!

Jennifer first started by giving all the cookies a simple ivory base with flowers to coordinate with the couple’s wedding decor.  And trust me, Jennifer can do just about anything!  I think I’m actually going to challenge her one of these days.  Once the basic design is on each cookie, Jennifer transfers the guest list {tip below} onto each cookie.

Guest List Tip: As soon as you get engaged, of course you’re excited to start looking for a dress and flowers, etc.  But this is a good time to start your guest list as well since it can be time consuming when you have to collect 100 or 300 names and addresses.  So work on a handful of guests each week instead of doing it all at once.  Confirm spouse and children names including the spellings.  That way, when it comes time to handing off the names to your vendors, you’re not rushing to get the list completed.

*previously published on 12/14/2010