Thursday, May 5, 2011

Backyard BBQ Wedding Shower

This past March I was able to plan, coordinate and participate a wedding shower for my dear friends Flo and Sarah. The theme of this shower was backyard/country style BBQ. Soon you will see amazing work done by Natalia Cosa of Closer to Love Photography, Anna Pal of AnnaCakes, Nicole A. of BellaBloom and yours truly, Jane Cosa of creativejane. This was by far the most fun I had creating a fun, casual and creative shower. Which is so reflective of the bride and groom to be! Hope you enjoy these breathtaking pictures!

Love, jane

Flowers by: Nicole of BellaBloom Cake by: Anna of AnnaCakes

Bride's bouquet: Made with fabric, ribbon, twine and yarn
Bride's bouquet and groom's non-floral boutonniere 
Another non-floral boutonniere worn by MC
Wheelbarrow to hold drinks on ice
Take home favor for guests
Fabric hearts on clothespins

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Personalizing Stockings

This is a great idea to show someone your love for them in a simple way. Personalize a stocking for them then fill it with all kinds of goodies. I found an easy way to personalize a stocking without having to pay for the embroidering. Using scrapbooking stickers has proved to be durable, easy and cheap! Use this great and easy idea to spread your Christmas cheer!

Personalizing Stockings How TO:

Buy a plain stocking
Buy scrapbooking alphabet letters and decorations

But them all together and see their face light up when they see a specially made gift for them.
Cost per stocking: Less than $10.

Merry Christmas


Friday, December 3, 2010

Spreading Christmas Joy

Since Christmas is just around the corner, I wanted to make something that I could spread some Christmas joy in my neighborhood. I decided to make chocolate boxes for my neighbors, who doesnt like chocolate, right? This is a fun, quick and inexpensive way to show your neighbors that you care and to wish them a Merry Christmas. 

How To: 
-wedding favor boxes: I used these, they come in a variety of colors and styles.
-chocolate: one large box of chocolates can be split into many small ones.
-tags: cardstock paper, hole punch and a self adhesive hole reinforcer
-ribbon: knot it at the hole
-seasonal tissue paper (optional): place on the inside to protect the chocolate.

Put it all together and this is what you get!

Enjoy this great idea. More to come soon.
love, jane