Wedding Trend: Bow Napkin Fold


These past few weeks have been quite the blur. With weddings, the beginning of the holiday season and getting to give a presentation to the hospitality students at The Ohio State University, there has been little room to breathe. But that is what makes my job so great. It is fast paced, always evolving and you get to learn from all different avenues! Take our wedding next week for example. The bride has seen a napkin that is folded into bow cuteness! So Paige, Maggie and I are going to be folding all the napkins next week, but we wanted to give you a sneak peek at the fold! Our example is by no means perfect but keep an eye out next week sometime to see it perfected! Check out our facebook page! It is what I would call the command center. It gets updates from everything! Happy Wednesday!


 xoxo, Kasey & The Bliss Girls

Home and Garden Show: Deck your Holiday Parties!


We are working a little behind, but a few weekends ago we had the pleasure of doing some demonstrations at the home and garden show! We did a few really easy and simple centerpieces.

 The lime topiary was done with a foam cone that you can buy at any craft store and about 40 to 50 limes depending on the size of the cone. To attach the limes you can use wooden skewers. Cut the skewers at an angle and put the skewer into the lime at an angle so it won’t fall off. Then you can throw in a few little flowers! We used button mums that you can buy at your local grocery store. So simple and easy peasy! Just add a little ribbon to the top and your are done.

 The lime and blueberry centerpiece you will need a 4″ square and 6″ square. You will need to cut up the limes or any fruit of choice into thin slices and then slide them in between the two vases. You could add things like blueberries or cranberries (for more of a holiday feel). Then water goes in the smaller vase and whatever flowers you would like!

 Wishing you the happiest of late september!


xoxo Kasey & The Bliss Girls

Fingerprint Hearts


Annette and Dan, as featured in Martha Stewart Weddings, made these adorable wedding favors by incorporating Dan’s love for music and their fingerprints. Fingerprint hearts are an unique way to personalize any wedding detail. Apply them to your own favors, invitations, or even use your guests’ prints to make an adorable guest book. Any way you use them, fingerprints are a personal touch that will add sentimental value to the wedding for both the bride and broom and their guests.

Photo from Bleudetoi’s shop on Etsy

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