Nothing says "Party!" like a balloon!
And what better way to dress up a big plain balloon for graduation than with a classic tassel and a glittery class year?
I love using cake plates to display food. It's such an easy way to create different elevations and create a beautiful spread without much effort. I have a rather large collection of cake plates for just this purpose, but when I was designing Colleen's graduation party, I wanted to try something new.
DIY cake plates that look like graduation caps!
I've been eyeing different small photography backdrops for product photography (very useful for a lot of craft projects, recipes, and other stuff I blog about). But I decided to play around with making my own before ordering some.
I experimented with two different methods, and both worked beautifully, so I'll show you both techniques here.
Did you have one of those nautical rope bracelets back when they were trendy in...oh...about 1992? I did. I was always amazed by how it looked like a simple braid...but with no discernable start or end. I thought a slightly smaller version would make a perfect nautical napkin ring for the nautical wedding inspiration photo shoot.
Candles add instant romance to any event. But most venues don't allow open flame, so tapers are out of the question. Votives, however, are an easy solution, and are an incredibly easy DIY element for any wedding or party.
Cake bunting is such a charming trend, but I wanted something just a little more elegant for my nautical wedding inspiration shoot.
A cake bunting featuring a monogram and natural materials like shells and sand was the perfect solution. Elegant and playful at the same time.
Using real shells and sand lent effortless, authentic elegance to my nautical wedding inspiration photo shoot.
I particularly loved how easily my shell-encrusted table numbers turned out.