We held the shower in a restaurant so the decorations were fairly minimal which makes this a very simple shower in the way of set up. Here is a couple of pictures of the pumpkins that I made for the table centerpieces. I was thrilled at how easy these were and how cute they turned out. The tutorial can be found here.
Along with the invitations we included a little poem card asking every guest to bring along their favorite recipe to share with the soon to be Mr. & Mrs. I found a simple brown kraft recipe box that I found at Hobby Lobby and decorated it with brown and white gingham ribbon and a monogram. I found the wood pumpkin at Hobby Lobby as well, and painted it with chalkboard paint. I painted the letter A and glued it right on, and attached the sunflower clip to dress it up a bit.
The shower favors were little milk cartons filled with a hot cider drink mix envelope and some caramels. The cartons would not stay closed so I dressed up some small paperclips to solve that problems and thankfully it worked. I followed this tutorial on how to make a monogram in MS Word and it was fantastic, what an eye opener...I had no idea how much you could do in Word. I cannot tell you how excited I was after discovering that this was a possibility. Just sized it down to be able to use a 1 3/4" circle punch and really cute personalized monogram for all of the favors (I had 8 to a sheet).
For the shower we had them set up on a tiered serving tray with a little tag thanking the guests for coming.
At each place setting we had a little sweet treat. We used the salted caramels from Costco and wrapped them in little cellophane bags. I made the little acorn tags using the same craft punch and my embossing tool and stencil. I also made little place setting cards (which I forgot to photograph), but was able to find an Avery template which made this so easy.
Thank you for stopping by to see what was new. If you should have any questions please feel free to ask. Thanks again -Robyn.