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I am taking some time off my regular blogging schedule during the final days before my wedding and while I’m on my honeymoon. Since you will be at home while I am having the time of my life, I have pre-posted some fun links and great guest posts to keep you entertained.


   
   

I don’t really know what to say about this, except WOW. Amy from Eat Drink Chic has created this heavenly set of free (yes, you heard right) printable signs and labels to make your very own ice-cream sundae bar.

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I am taking some time off my regular blogging schedule during the final days before my wedding and while I’m on my honeymoon. Since you will be at home while I am having the time of my life, I have pre-posted some fun links and great guest posts to keep you entertained.

fabric and branch bird mobile

It’s projects like this that make me wish I could sew. If you’re handier with a needle and thread thean me, head over to Spool and download the free pattern and show us amateurs how it’s done.

I think this would look particularly adorable in a nursery, but let your imagination run wild, like these creative poeple.

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I have a triple treat of freebies for you today! I designed a bunch of little extras for our Old School engagement party.

Ryan&Alicia lolly table

Akimbo Old School thank you notes

Ryan&Alicia lolly bags

Lolly bag labels
Remember going to parties as a kid and taking home your bag of goodies? We left out some bags, string and pens for guests to pack up their own little bag o’ treats from the lolly table.

Instructions: Print onto adhesive paper, cut out with a circle cutter, stick onto cellophane bags.
Download them here 

Ryan&Alicia Old School bubbles

Bubble bottle labels
This is a super easy way to dress up generic bottles of bubble mix for a wedding or party.

Instructions: Print onto adhesive paper, cut to size, stick onto store-bought bottles.
Download them here

 Ryan&Alicia food flags

Food flags
We used these as a mess-free way for guests to pick up savoury nibbles, but they would look even more adorable as a cupcake topper.

Instructions: Print onto adhesive paper, cut out, wrap around toothpicks.
Download them here

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