Tying the Knot Bridal Shower Favors

Wedding Favor Friday: Tying the Knot Wedding Favors | Evermine Weddings | www.evermine.com
Looking for a gift idea for your gal pals for your bridal shower or bachelorette party? Here’s a fun and creative favor with a punny twist. Grab some pretty knotted elastic hair ties, and package them by sliding them over colorful cardstock in your favorite color. Slip the elastics inside a paper favor bags, and seal closed with these adorable Tying the Knot labels. Don’t forget to add the bride’s name and wedding date to personalize the favors!

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Gift these Tying the Knot favors on their own, or pair them with together with our other bridal shower or bachelorette party gift ideas for a gift basket they’ll love.

Tying the Knot Bridal Shower Favors
Recipe Type: Wedding Favors
Author: Evermine
Ingredients
  • Colorful Card Stock
  • Pretty Hair Ties
  • [url href=”https://www.evermine.com/wedding_labels/”]Rectangle Labels Circle Labels Small Petal Labels[/url]
  • [url href=”https://www.evermine.com/paper-favor-bags/” target=”_blank”]Kraft Paper Bags[/url]
Instructions
  1. [img src=”https://bdn.evermine.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/Tying-the-Knot_0003.jpg” width=”680″ height=”1020″ class=”alignnone size-full” title=”Wedding Favor Friday: Tying the Knot | Evermine Weddings | www.evermine.com”]
  2. Cut your cardstock into small rectangles, about 3in by 4in. Add your rectangle labels to the top of the cardstock and slide your elastic knot hair ties over. Slip the whole thing into a paper favor bag, and seal/decorate with your circle and petal labels
  3. [img src=”https://bdn.evermine.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/Tying-the-Knot_0002.jpg” width=”680″ height=”1020″ class=”alignnone size-full” title=”Wedding Favor Friday: Tying the Knot Wedding Favors | Evermine Weddings | www.evermine.com”]

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Robert Randall lives in beautiful Portland, Oregon. He is a formally trained artist and musician and teaches animation to middle school students in the Portland area. When he’s not creating art or music, Robert can usually be found in his garden and kitchen, cooking up something homegrown and delicious.


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