Rustic touches are a must with any southern wedding. One option is the use of mason jars. My favorite way to utilize these versatile objects is as party favors for guests. You can put anything in them, but I love the idea of putting a piece of the bride’s or groom’s cake in them, prefilled before the cutting of the cake. You can use colorful twine to attach a small plastic or metal spoon around the jar and decorate the lid with burlap or another fun fabric. Attach a custom tag or sticker with a description of the jar’s contents and a message from the bride and groom. These favors are simple, affordable, and fun that any age can enjoy.
Summer in Texas is not just hot- it’s sticky, sweaty, can barely breathe hot. Popsicles? Now those are cold and when you eat one just right, you can feel the chill down your spine! Now mix a Texas summer with a homemade popsicle that tastes exactly like your favorite alcohol drink? I think that sounds like a recipe for success! It’s a unique idea that your guests will love. Serve these during cocktail hour- but make sure to have a few for those guests that might not be 21 yet!
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