Tag Archives: bridal shower

All About: Personalized Styrofoam Cups

24 Mar

Personalized Styrofoam Cups

Personalized foam cups are a great way to keep hot beverages hot and cold beverages cold as they are insulated. They’re perfect for a coffee bar, bridal shower tea, baby shower beverage station, corporate meetings, tailgating or a birthday celebration. Our cups are ideal for a hot coffee, hot tea, hot cider, hot cocoa and soups and also work well for cold sodas, juice or iced tea.

Love the custom cups…..so easy and fun to design. Will definitely order for another occasion !!!” ~ Rebecca P.


Did custom artwork on styrofoam cups for a tailgate and could not be more pleased. The quality, price, and turnaround time were all excellent.” ~ Blakely W.


Our yearly reorder. Love these cups!” ~ Julie S.

What size cups should I order? 

We offer many sizes including 8 oz., 10 oz., 12 oz., 16 oz., 20 oz., and 24 oz.  Our most popular sizes are 16 oz. and 20 oz. cups which are ideal for coffee, tea, hot cocoa, juices and sodas.  They are also a great option for tailgating where you can include mixed drinks or warm soups/chili and a larger 20 oz or 24 oz size would be ideal.  Some of our customers keep these at their work or home year-round to use for get togethers or drinks-on-the-go.  You can order optional lids to make your beverages easy to take with you.

How many cups should I order?

This can depend on how you will be serving your beverages.  If you set-up a self-serve beverage station, your guests may place their drink somewhere and forget where they left it.  Keeping this in mind, it’s wise to plan on 2-3 cups per person to be safe.  Even if you are handing out your drinks, it’s best to order more than you think you may need to be safe.  If you have leftover cups, why not use them when in a pinch?  Or you can use them to start your garden early indoors with a fun view of your plants growing!

We hope this is helpful in planning your next party!

XO,

Jennifer

 

8 Virtual Bridal Shower Ideas

19 Mar

Are you planning a virtual bridal shower and stuck on ideas?  Yes – it isn’t the same throwing a bridal shower virtually, but with a little planning you can make their day special and memorable.

What is a virtual party?

A virtual party is where your party is thrown over a service like Zoom, Skype, Facebook Live, etc.  You can invite your friends and family to connect and celebrate the bride-to-be in a safe way.  In many ways virtual bridal showers are ideal for those with little kids, guests who are far away and may not have been able to attend at all.  Another great bonus?  No driving time!

Here are 8 engaging ideas to celebrate your bride-to-be virtually:

1. Plant flowers

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You can send everyone a flower kit ahead of time (you can find these online) and have everyone plant the seeds of her favorite flowers or plant.  Everyone will have something to remind them of the special day that also serves as an instant favor.

2. Spa Day

Spa Day. photo credit: self.com

If you’re all at-home, why not throw a spa day party?  Send all your guests a fun box of masks and tell them to dress in their robes and slippers.  You can all catch up and talk about the big day while doing a little self-care at the same time.

3. Catered Lunch

Boxed lunch. photo credit: Jimtown.com

You can treat all your guests to lunch through Uber Eats, GrubHub, or your local favorite restaurant if your guests happen to live in the same area.  Send your guests themed party supplies ahead of time and they can feel a part of the bridal shower with personalized plates, napkins and cups that make it feel cohesive.

4. Painting Class

photo credit: Terhune orchards.com

Send everyone a small canvas and painting supplies.  You can search up an (easier) painting to all do – either send a picture with the supplies or email the image.  Everyone can paint together and enjoy their favorite beverage.  When everyone is done, you can make a collage of everyone’s paintings to share on social media or better yet – to send thank you notes.

5. Cocktail Hour

Virtual toast. photo credit: wsj.com

Celebrate the bride-to-be with raising a toast!  Send personalized glasses to the guests ahead of time with cocktail napkins and small treats.  Have the guests make the bride-t0-be’s favorite cocktail or glass of champagne/wine.

You can print the cocktail recipe on a napkin, in the invite or email it ahead of time.

6.  Go down memory lane

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Have your guests send you pics and videos of them with the bride-to-be to include in a slideshow.  Make sure to include pictures of the couple from their childhood years and create background music that the couple love.

7.  Movie Night

Host a movie night!  Have your guests watch a movie chosen by the bride-to-be and everyone can stream on Netflix, Hulu, etc.  Make sure to take “intermissions” and you can have trivia questions with prizes.  You can also send movie essentials ahead of time to guests like personalized popcorn boxes, microwave popcorn and candy.

8. Open gifts

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A more traditional approach is to have all the guest send their gifts ahead of time and have the bride-to-be open them during the virtual bridal shower.  This way you have the opportunity to see her reaction to your gift and also know that she received it.

We hope these ideas inspire your virtual bridal shower planning!

XO,

Jennifer

 

#Roséallday party ideas

11 Aug

I have been seeing #roséallday (Rosé all day) trending for some time now. From t-shirts to totes – this trend keeps growing! We were so smitten with the trend, we created our own line of personalized napkins and cups. These are perfect for:

  • Bridal showers
  • Bachelorette parties
  • Milestone birthday party (great 40th party idea!)
  • Girls night
  • Back-to-school Mom’s get together
  • Rosé all day wine tasting

You can customize your cups and napkins to your party theme.  Just add some appetizers and rosé wine and you’ve got a party!  I think it would be cute to add some pink flowers for decorations or pink balloons, depending on the party.

Which rosé? Photo: Winemag.com

Looking for the best rosé wine to serve?  Check out the top picks from Wine Enthusiast.

Asparagus, Crispy Prosciutto and Brie Grilled Cheese – Yum! Photo: heatherchristo.com

Looking for food that pairs well with rosé wine?  We were inspired by this BuzzFeed article on 25 Foods That Go Perfectly With a Glass of Rosé.

Enjoy the rest of your summer and let us know what your favorite rosé wine is in the comments!

xoxo,

Jennifer