Crystal Rose Wedding Favors – Big Impression/Small Cost

The rose has long been symbolic of love and is often featured at weddings in the bride’s bouquet and as wedding centerpieces.  Now you can send home your guests with Crystal Rose Wedding Favors:

crystal rose wedding favors

A symbol of love, beauty and strength, the rose is a perennial favorite as a decorative addition to any occasion. And these lovely favors truly capture the essence of the rose. Each is 3.5″ long and features a luminous crystal bud atop a chrome metal stem with embossed leaves. Surrounded by satin inside a Choice Crystal signature silver heart design box (4.25″ x 1.875″), tied with an organza and satin bow with a crystal heart on top and an attached matching heart shaped tag, these favors make for a stunning presentation.

Diva Entertains also offers Crystal Red Rose Favors and Gold and Crystal Rose Favors.

Red Wedding Decorations and Favor: Red Mercury Glass Tea-Light Votives

We love the color red – it’s just so glamorous!  And so are these beautiful Red Mercury Glass Tea-Light Votives; perfect as red wedding decorations AND they can double as your favors!

red wedding decorations

They’ll look stunning when placed around tables or at the bar. Features and facts:

  • Stunning red mercury glass votive allows warm light to seep through
  • Measures 2.16″ w x 2.16″ d x 2.63″ h
  • Tea light not included
  • Sold in set of 4

Diva Entertains also sells Blue Mercury Glass Tea-Light Votives, Gold Mercury Glass Tea-Light Votives and Silver Mercury Glass Tea-Light Votives.

Mercury Glass Wedding Decor and Favors – Gold Mercury Glass Votives

We’ve just added this beautiful Gold Mercury Glass Votive to our line-up; please keep checking back as we also add silver, copper, blue, red and pink!

mercury glass wedding decor

Features and facts:

  • Stunning gold mercury glass votive allows warm light to seep through
  • Measures 2.16″ w x 2.16″ d x 2.63″ h
  • Tea light not included
  • Sold in set of 4

 

Please visit Diva Entertains to see all of our Candle Favors!

Theme Thursday – Red and White Weddings & Parties

We started a new series last week, called Theme Thursday, with a tribute to yellow and gray.  THIS week we are celebrating Red and White together.  Birthday parties, bridal showers, and even weddings – red and white as a theme is hot, hot HOT!

To get us started off with a bang, check out this post from the Ruffled blog – a vintage red and white and black wedding:

And Pacific Weddings shares an INCREDIBLE red and white butterfly theme wedding… scroll through the photos and read their description of how this was styled.  The red bridal bouquet is gorgeous and the little touches of black and red throughout the celebration are knock-out!

I know we haven’t even gotten through Halloween yet, but it’s never too early to start thinking about the Christmas and winter holidays.  From the Hostess blog, a lovely and joyful red and white holiday tablescape for inspiration:

I went back to Living Locurto once again, because she has fabulous printables for $15.95 that are so gorgeous, I had to share!

And finally, from Kara’s Party Ideas, a lovely red and white bridal shower.  Lots of great ideas for pulling reds and whites together… love it!

For more fab pictures and inspiration for red and white parties, go to Google.com/Images and type in, for example:

  • red and white wedding cakes (or ‘red and white cakes’)
  • red and white decorations
  • red and white bouquet

What other ways could you use reds and whites together?  We’d love to hear your ideas!

Olympic Fever!

Do you have Olympic Fever?  Are you planning an Olympic-themed event?  My sister is a HUGE Olympic fan, and we celebrated her son’s 1st birthday in red, white, and blue Olympic style this past weekend. Look at this cutie…

I figured my sister isn’t the only one who has Olympic fever, so I set out to find a few tutorials and DIY projects just in case!

UCreate has a fun week of Olympic DIY going on – you can check out the official post HERE.

 

Check out this delish looking Olympic Rings Fruit Pizza from A Taste of Home.:  To make this olympic dessert *really* easy, buy sugar cookie dough in the refrigerator section of your grocer instead of making it from scratch.

This post from Make and Takes is based around the winter Olympics, but these sherbet torches will work just as well (even better!) for the SUMMER Olympics:

And for tons of GREAT Olympic party inspiration, check out the Hostess blog.  There is a quick and easy tutorial for how to make Olympic rings!