Inviting your best friends to stand beside you on your wedding day is a daunting task， particularly with all of the fun and potentially expensive ideas floating around on Pinterest.
I wanted to find a fun way to invite all four of my bridesmaids that would be unique without breaking the bank. My goal was to find a fun invite that was part gift， answered a couple of questions [what would be the wedding colors]personalized housewarming gifts， and could be presented to all four ladies at nearly the same time. ？Three of my bridesmaids live within 50 miles of me but my Maid of Honor lives several states away， so I needed？to do something that could be mailed and would arrive at roughly the same time.family pillow cover
After rifling through a million and ？a half ideas I narrowed it down to Nail Polish Bridesmaid Invites –； small boxes including each of the wedding colors as nail polish and a note that was semi personalized to the humor and personality of each recipient.
From upper left clockwise， the tags read： I have my man so now I need my girls. Now it's my turn to pop the question. I've been told I need someone to hold my dress when I pee. I promise to never use the phrase…； You can always shorten it an wear it again.
The finished result. Each box was filled with crinkle paper and a bottle of polish in each of our wedding colors， navy， pink and blue. Inside the lid of each box was a message that ‘；popped' the question.
Originally I had wanted to use mini Essie bottles because I knew they had the colors I was hoping for but after a month of searching for the right colors I folded and decided to go with a lower cost NYC polish. The boxes were purchased at a local paper supply store.
Hello! My name is Karisa, I'm the gal behind the blog Petite Modern Life, and I'm so excited to be sharing on DTLB for the second time!
While the division lines are clearly drawn between dog lovers and cat enthusiasts there can be no doubt that Britain is an island of pet lovers. Our homes just wouldn’t be the same without our furry friends- rabbits, rodents, guinea pigs, even squirrel monkeys are getting a look in these days! And while they are all cute as can be, and lots of fun to care, for they do all unfortunately bring with them a distinct trail of devastation!
If you have ever owned a portable chair, tent, or other outdoor equipment then you have probably experience the difficulty of putting that item back into the bag it came in. Perhaps the bag has been lost, torn or is just too tight of a fit. This is especially true with tents. These instructions will show how to make a bag for the portable chair but it will also show alternatives to make an easy cover for dutch ovens, sleeping bag or other equipment. Canvas works well because is durable, sturdy and easy to sew with. If you want to make it water proof you can use waxed canvas or industrial nylon.