2014 Recap: The Top 10 Wedding Products of the Year

top 10 wedding products of 2014

Year over year weddings just keep getting better, more creative and certainly more breathtakingly beautiful, and 2014 may have been the best year yet. We saw the emergence of gorgeous new wedding themes, countless brides and grooms make the extra effort to personalize their weddings to perfection, and we witnessed the continued evolution of the bridal market to a new level of sophistication. It was a year filled with lovely and we’re certain that although 2015 will bring with it lots of the new and the exciting, plenty of the wedding details and ideas from this year will make the year over year crossover. So with that in mind today we’re recapping the top 10 wedding accessories from 2014, all guaranteed to find a place in the coming wedding season.

bell shaped votive holder

1. compact pretty
featured here: bell shaped glass tealight holder used as a mini vase

chandelier decoration

2. decorative luxury
featured here: chandelier silhouette wall decoration

mini faux antler card holders

3. woodland minis
featured here: miniature faux antler stationery holder (get the gold tipping diy here)

lace parasol

4. lovely lace
featured here: antiqued battenburg lace parasol

ornate vintage chalkboard

5. designer notes
featured here: ornate vintage chalkboard

birch print paper straws

6. sweet sippers
featured here: birch print paper straws

vintage jeweled napkin ring

7. place setting perfection
featured here: vintage floral napkin ring

vintage inspired ornate box

8. stylish storage
featured here: vintage inspired ornate box

acrylic bride and groom signs

9. his and hers
featured here: black and gold opulence engraved “bride” and “groom” acrylic signs

artificial birch tree centerpiece

10. center of attention
featured here: faux birch tree centerpiece

So Many Choices

With so many options, it was next to impossible to narrow down our top product choices of 2014 to just 10. To discover all the other great items equally worthy of making the list, come explore weddingstar.com 

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DIY Wedding Wednesday: How to Use Decorative Props

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Want to know one of the top styling secrets behind ultra swoon-worthy weddings?  It all boils down to the use of decorative props. It’s a term  you may or may not be familiar with, but it’s certainly a concept you’ve come across, and what’s caught your eye, time and again when spending hours on Pinterest planning your big day. Decorative props are what bring to a wedding design plenty of visual details, the opportunity to add layered textures and the chance to play with varied heights, all of which come together to create special unexpected elements of interest that wow. Perfect for centerpieces or creative side table displays, here’s just a few examples of how-to get the look.

Candlelight Glow

Take the glow of a simple grouping of pillar candles to the next level by incorporating beautifully detailed rustic props into your display.

candlelight display

The Supplies You’ll Need for This Look:

The How-To 

Display your items as shown in the image above or play around with a combination of your own. But be sure to stick to the design essentials behind the look, a play on differing heights and a mix of textures.

The Details 

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Bring on the Blooms

For guaranteed wow factor replace standard glass vases with textured vessels that will go miles to add decorative flair to your event. Finish off the look with just a few stems and pillars.

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The Supplies You’ll Need for This Look:

The How-To 

Display your items as shown in the image above or play around with a combination of your own. To display pillars on your tin box, angle the lid and lay it centered across one side of the box. Be sure that your lid sits firmly on the base of the box. Florals can be substituted for your choice of stems. Regardless of what changes you make, ensure you stick to the design essentials behind the look, a mix of focal points of interest and textures.

The Details

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Greet Them with Pretty

Create a greeting table that sets the stage for an event filled with plenty of pretty, complete with a favor display that’ll have guests talking about it more than the favors themselves.

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The Supplies You’ll Need for This Look:

The How-To

Display your items as shown in the image above or play around with a combination of your own, while always keeping with a mix of decorative details that provide differing heights, textures, and visual interest.

The Details

vintage inspired display drawer lace patterned votive holder decorative vintage spool decorative vintage drawer favors goodie bag

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2015 Weddingstar Magazine – The Reveal

2015 magazine cover

We’ve shared the sneak peeks (if you missed them click here, here and here) and now it’s finally time to officially launch the latest issue of Weddingstar magazine. Like no other bridal print publication, Weddingstar magazine provides you with 160 pages of inspiring, informative and most importantly shoppable wedding details. With page after page of uninterrupted eye candy, not a single ad along the way, the ideas are plenty and your opportunity to recreate what you see is just an online shopping experience away. From full feature inspiration shoots, to guides that act as your personal shopper, there’s not a single spread you’ll want to skip. But don’t take my word for it. Here’s your first look at exactly what you can expect to find in this latest issue.

The Big Picture

From Ceremony to Head Table, full feature inspirational editorials take you behind the details of the hottest wedding themes for 2015. Along side all the pretty pictures come comprehensive style guides, breaking down all the design essentials you need to recreate the look. Mix and match as you explore the various themes, or go with exactly what you see in any single one, either way you’re guaranteed a gorgeous wedding.

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The Must Haves

New to this year’s publication are editorials featuring all the must have products for the coming wedding season. Fresh ideas for all aspects of your wedding day design, your guests, and you pop off the page ready for the taking.

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Down in the Details

Showcased throughout the magazine you’ll find creative breakouts, teaching you the secrets behind styling your day like a pro. Say goodbye to all the guess work and hello to easy creative fun.

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Your Personal Shopper

To make sure you don’t miss a beat, each wedding theme featured within the 2015 magazine comes complete with a shopping guide, calling out every single wedding day accessory behind the look and available for purchase.

2015 weddingstar magazine - shopping guide

And That’s Just Grazing the Surface

Discover the rest by picking up your issue here or look for it on all major newsstands, including Chapters / Indigo, Target and Walmart.

xoxo.

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Sweet Signage: DIY Mini Paper Garland

diy mini paper garlands

I think it’s pretty much guaranteed that if you take any wedding day detail and scale it down to a miniature version of itself, you instantly get super sweet results. And that’s exactly what happened when we took inspiration from all the great wedding banners out there, including those in the Weddingstar lineup, and created a DIY mini paper garland cake topper for an editorial in the latest issue of Weddingstar magazine. As soon as the charm of the handcrafted came together with all things tiny, we knew we had created something special. For all of you that would agree, here’s the step by step on how to recreate the look, including a couple alternate versions, because we just couldn’t resist the opportunity to make more!

Look #1 – Pattern Fun

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The Supplies

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  •  mini kraft paper pennant garland 
  • craft paper with pattern designs of your  choice. We used two different patterns and alternated them.
  • fabric ribbon (available at most craft specialty stores)
  • mini letter stamp (to create a monogram)  and blue ink pad
  • skewers
  • scissors and glue gun

The Step by Step

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Step 1: cut two separate pieces of garland, 6 pennants in length each, or more if you’d like a longer banner.

Step 2: cut a piece of fabric ribbon into the pennant shape shown above and stamp on your monogram.

Step 3: cut your craft paper pennants, just slightly smaller in size than the pennants on the banner. The banner has three different sized pennants and we covered the two largest ones with a dedicated pattern each, leaving the smallest as is.

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Step 4: glue your craft paper pennants onto your banner, alternating your pattern as cut, then connect each separate banner strand to either side of the fabric ribbon pennant. Let dry.

Step 5: when completely dry, attach the completed banner to the skewers.

The Details

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Look #2 – All That Glitters and Shines

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The Supplies You’ll Need for This Look:

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To get this look you simply need to apply the mod podge to each pennant then cover each with your glitter, creating a pattern as you go. When dry attach the banner to your skewers.

Look #3 – Around the World

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The Supplies You’ll Need for This Look:

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To get this look first decide on the length of your banner, then attach a globe charm to only the largest pennants and finish off the ends of the banner by gluing on satin ribbon garlands. To create the ribbon garlands simply cut a few strands of ribbon in both colors, then cut those in half for a thin and delicate finish, create two bunches and tie at the top to hold together.

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DIY Wedding Wednesday: Paper Flower Decor

diy paper flower decor

Who wouldn’t want a beautiful backdrop adorned with an abundance of flowers framing their head table on their wedding day? Um, I know I would! Unfortunately the average wedding budget just can’t accommodate such extravagant setups. That is unless you’re willing to roll up your sleeves and get crafty! If you’re game than you’ll want to bookmark this post because we’ve got a much more cost effective way to get the look without compromising an ounce of pretty. The secret? Trade in real blooms for everlasting paper versions. Take a few oversized paper peonies, blend with some gorgeously detailed paper dahlias and dainty paper apple blooms, and voila, you’ve got yourself a beautiful backdrop on a budget. Here’s the step by step on how to create these lovelies for your event.

The Supplies

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  • paper peony, paper dahlia and paper apple blossom. The total number of flowers will depend on how small or large you’d like your backdrop to be. Ours took two peonies, three dahlias and three apple blossoms. For a more full backdrop, increase your count and display the blooms closer together.
  • skewer and rounded pencil for curling petals
  • glue gun

Paper Flower #1: The Apple Blossom

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The Step by Step

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Step 1: take one of the flower’s layers, any one will do as you’ll repeat this step for them all, and begin by creating your petal details. Crease each petal in half, about 3/4 of the way down, toward the center point.

Step 2: once all petals have been creased, with creases facing up, collapse the flower’s center point such that it creates a dip and your flower is no longer flat.

Step 3: bring the petal with the jetting out flap together with the petal beside it and glue them together such that the flap is now covered.

Repeat Steps 1-3 for All of the Flower’s Layers. 

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Step 4: begin gluing together your layers from largest to smallest. Alternate the positioning of each layer, rotating as you go, such that they do not overlap and each layer remains visible.

Paper Flower #2: The Dahlia

diy paper flowers - dahlia

The Step by Step

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Step 1 (image 1 & 2): begin by creating your petal details. For the prettiest bloom, tightest in the middle, we recommend using a thin skewer to curl the petals on the first two smallest layers. Curl in the sides of each petal, working towards the middle.

Step 2 (image 3 & 4): for the balance of the layers we recommend using a pencil for curling, again curling in the sides of each petal, working towards the middle.

Complete All Layers Before Moving onto the Next Step. 

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Step 3: for each curled layer, overlap the petals onto one another.

Step 4: in the palm of your hand or using your fingers, twist the overlapped petals such that a tight cone shape is created. Repeat step on all layers and line them up from smallest to largest.

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Step 5: begin building your dahlia by starting with your largest layer. Unravel the cone and flatten out the layer, leaving just the sides of the petals curled. Continue onto the next layer and begin gluing your layers together. As you work your way up from layer to layer flatten each one out less, leaving the first two (the smallest two) in tact.  As you glue alternate the positioning of each layer, rotating as you go, such that they do not overlap and each layer remains visible.

Paper Flower #3: The Peony

diy paper flowers - peony

The Step by Step

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Step 1: select your largest or smallest layer and begin creating your petal details using a pencil to curl the edges. Curl each individual petal on the sides, inward. Repeat this step for all the flower’s layers, curling your top,smallest layers more than the larger bottom ones.

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Step 2: glue your layers together from the bottom up, largest layer to smallest. Alternate the positioning of each layer, rotating as you go, such that they do not overlap and each layer remains visible.

The End Result

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Product Spotlight: Best Dressed Favors

best dressed favors for 2015

We’ve waited for what seems like forever, but the day has finally come. Today marks the official launch of Weddingstar’s new 2015 product line up, and with it loads of fresh eye candy! 100s of the hottest trending wedding day details have now gone live on weddingstar.com and in just days the 2015 edition of the inspiration filled print magazine will begin to pop up on newsstands across North America. To kick off the sharing of all that awaits Weddingstar brides in the year ahead, our first post featuring the latest and greatest not only showcases some fab new products, it also provides an exclusive look into one of the many editorials you can expect to find in the new issue of Weddingstar magazine. So without further delay, here’s a look at the 15 Best Dressed Wedding Favors for 2015, complete with a shoppable breakdown of everything you need to make the looks yours.

#15. Uncorked

Modern, sleek and smart. We love it when style and functionality come together, just like with this wine bottle shaped corkscrew opener.

best dress favors - the modern corkscrew

To Get This Look You’ll Need:

the modern corkscrew - supplies

#14. Always Fresh

C’est Chic! Bring a sophisticated twist to an eco inspired succulent giveaway by presenting it in a mini high top pot.

best dress favors - the high top pot

To Get This Look You’ll Need:

the mini high top pot favor - supplies

#13. From the Heart

Sincere and sweet, this pretty mini blown glass heart vase is an ideal fit for the modern day romantic.

best dress favors - blown glass heart vase

To Get This Look You’ll Need:

blown glass heart vase favor - supplies

#12. The Right Type

This one is all about the details. From the authentic looking old-fashioned typewriter key magnets to the unique ribbon cartridge packaging, these minis are sure to impress.

best dress favors- vintage typewriter key magnets

To Get This Look You’ll Need:

vintage typewriter key magnet favors - supplies

#11. Treasure Trove

Inspired by the carefree essence of a beach wedding, these carefully crafted tiny treasures are a clever accent and gift for any seaside themed affair.

best dress favors - mini treasure chest

To Get This Look You’ll Need:

mini treasure chest - supplies

#10. Bottled Brews

Homespun charm, bottled. Literally. Add these crafty trims, including a vintage key bottle opener, to any bottled beverage for your own personalized take on a refreshing treat.

best dress favors - vintage key bottle opener and drink

To Get This Look You’ll Need:

vintage key bottle opener - supplies

#9. A Touch of Lace

Packaging perfection. A traditional guest favor treat gets a major face lift with one of the prettiest packages around, a lovely lace and burlap baggie.

best dress favors - burlap and lace favor bag

To Get This Look You’ll Need:

burlap and lace favor bag - supplies

#8. Well Noted

Unplug and bring it back to basics, the good old pencil and paper kind, with these rustic bundled beauties.

best dress favors - rustic notepad favor

To Get This Look You’ll Need:

rustic notepad favor - supplies

#7. Bear Hug

Just add rosemary. Or thyme. Or whatever other herb you like. The rest of this charming woodland inspired culinary accessory is made ready to order.

best dress favors - interlocking bear hug salt and pepper shakers

To Get This Look You’ll Need:

interlocking bear hug salt and pepper shakers - supplies

#6. Mix it Up

For a sweet summertime treat, give your guests a thirst quenching individual sized lemonade kit, tucked away in an adorable doily trimmed mini picnic basket, obviously! 

best dress favors - lemonade kit

To Get This Look You’ll Need:

lemonade kit favor - supplies

#5. Diner Style

The perfect mismatch. Go retro with these double duty pressed glass mini salt & pepper vase stationery holders, which are sold in a set of four varied vintage designs.

best dress favors - pressed glass mini salt & pepper vases

To Get This Look You’ll Need:

pressed glass mini salt & pepper vases - supplies

#4. True North

Inspire the wanderer in all your guests while showing them to their spot at your event with this travel essential.

best dress favors - compass favor

To Get This Look You’ll Need:

travel compass favor - supplies

#3. Coaster Chic

Creating your own personalized gift is a lot easier an undertaking (and less expensive) than it may seem with the blank slate provided by the main element in this favor equation.  Take a set of cork coasters, add your mark and your trims, bundle and you’re done.

best dress favors - personalized coaster set

To Get This Look You’ll Need:

personalized coaster set - supplies

#2. You’ve Got Mail

By way of the cheeky and fun. Is there a better way to delivery a homemade sweet treat and a note of thanks?

best dress favors - mini retro mailbox favor

To Get This Look You’ll Need:

mini retro mailbox favor - supplies

#1. Foreign Flavor

Treat them to something exotic you’ve collected along your adventures, presented in the most fitting of favor boxes, sold complete with travel trims. Add personalized stickers and tags to seal the deal.

best dress favors - vintage inspired airmail favor kit

To Get This Look You’ll Need:

vintage inspired airmail favor - supplies

Want More Inspired Wedding Ideas?

If you love what you see here look out for the release of the 2015 issue of Weddingstar magazine, hitting North American newsstands over the next few weeks, or pick up your copy here now. 

xoxo.

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DIY Wedding Wednesday: Simple Stunner – A Winter Wedding Centerpiece

diy winter wedding centerpiece

Icicles have to be one of the loveliest things synonymous with the winter season. If you’re having a winter wedding and agree, than today’s post is a must see! Playing up winter’s best, executed through a clever little decorative detail called Mystic Crystals, we’re creating a simple stunner of a centerpiece that’s not only easy on the eyes but the pocketbook too. Modern in its simplistic design and a great alternative to floral arrangements that cost considerably more to pull together, this pretty arrangement is a perfect fit for any winter bride looking for something different for her event. Just imagine table after table detailed with the candlelit sparkle of these lovelies. Intrigued? Here’s how to get the look.

The Supplies

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The How-To

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  • create the crystals in your selected vases by following the water to crystal ratio outlined on the product packaging. Measure to create a formation that will fill approximately a quarter of each vessel. For best results let your crystals form overnight.
  • when crystals have set, take a fork to the top of them and fluff, for a perfected cracked ice effect.
  • For set up, stagger and stack your round candle filled vases and combine with pillar candles. You want your final look to look layered, complete with various angles and heights.

The Details

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2015 Wedding Theme Ideas: Still on Trend

2015 wedding theme ideas

2015 is shaping up to be an incredible year for weddings, set to be filled with amazing new and exciting wedding themes and jaw-dropping details. We’ve already shared with you our predictions for what’s up and coming for the year ahead via glimpses into the inspiration clad pages of the soon to be released 2015 issue of Weddingstar magazine, see the latest post here, but there’s more. Beyond all that’s new, there are a few design staples that are certain to make the year over year crossover, continuing to hold their own in maintaining top spots on the list for most popular 2015 wedding themes. Rooted in some of the most naturally romantic, whimsical and breathtakingly beautiful details, here are the currently trending wedding themes not likely to lose their luster any time soon.

1. Vintage

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2. Rustic

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3. Woodland

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woodland wedding inspiration - log pencils

featured here: rustic wood pencils

4. Shabby Chic

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5. Wanderlust

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featured here: compass favor

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The Latest and Greatest

If you’re on trend with one of these wedding themes be sure to stay tuned for the release of the latest issue of Weddingstar magazine, featuring tons of new wedding products guaranteed to get you the look.

xoxo.

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A Girl and Her Table {The Series}: All Covered in White – The Winter Bride

winter wedding

The serene snow white landscape. Glistening icicles that seem to dance around in the daylight. The spirit of celebration thick in the air. The summer may be the most popular time of year to get married, but there’s something so magical and grand about a winter wedding. With countless good reasons to slip on a faux fur cape, against the natural winter wonderland backdrop, a girl can’t help but feel like a real life princess. But just in case your imagination needs a kick start to envision your potential winter wedding, let’s explore the possibility through our latest installment of our A Girl and Her Table Series, All Covered in White – The Winter Bride.

Her Style Personality

Demure but certainly no wallflower, our girl is the perfect example of elegance and grace. She appreciates the finer things in life and isn’t afraid to indulge in the luxurious. Her wedding day will be grand and her wedding day look will be no less.

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She Likes

Luxe details, things that sparkle and shine, and a clean monochromatic white color palette. For her, entertaining is an art form and her wedding day will be the biggest and most important gala she’s thrown to date.

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bits of glam
featured here: acrylic diamond shaped confetti

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She Has to Have

Glass and crystal decor that highlights all the pretty, candles galore, and a venue that sets the stage for her regal affair. Our modern day Cinderella will see to it that the divine is executed in every last wedding day detail so that her guests feel just as special as she does on the big day.

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sweet smelling surprises
featured here: miniature beveled mirror box and fanciful monogram square tag (design on back) in a classic round place card holder

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stylish sipper
featured here: silver tulip stem champagne flute

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winter white treats
featured here: mini martini glasses

winter wedding inspiration - candlelight

candle light charm
featured here: pillar candles accented with crystal jewels, crystal tealight holders, and blown glass miniature tealight luminaries

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Are You a Winter Bride?

If you’re loving today’s bridal style, come get further inspired on Weddingstar’s Winter Wedding Pinterest board.

If this isn’t quite your style, check out one of our past series features, The Candy Colorful BrideThe Garden Whimsy BrideThe Wanderlust Bride or The Fall Bride.

xoxo.

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DIY Wedding Wednesday: Signature Drink Station How-To

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It’s the holiday season, which just so happens to double as the best time of year to work through some trial runs for your wedding day details. From perfecting place settings, to trying out centerpiece concepts, now’s the time to test and put your ideas to good use. In the spirit of strategic celebrations, today we’re sharing a how-to for a guest treat sure to be a hit at any holiday party or wedding, the Signature Drink Station. Whether you make it a mocktail or a cocktail, sweet refreshments perfectly presented will no doubt be enjoyed by all. Here are all the elements you need to pull off your mini bar.

 The Supplies

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The How-To

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Step 1: confirm with your venue that they’ll accommodate a specialty drink request (most will) and ensure that a bartender can be dedicated to servicing your drink station. If you are going with a non-alcoholic beverage you can skip the latter and treat your station as a self-serve option.

Step 2: come up with your signature drink recipe. Go with something that acts as an homage to the two of you, your favorite drink recipe for example, and if possible, have it color coordinate with your overall event color scheme. For our main recipe we went with a simple and delicious mix of cherry vodka and cranberry juice.

Step 3: come up with a name for your signature drink and have customized signage created to display it. We went with an Expressions Cling which fit perfectly onto the dispenser.

Step 4: flash forward to the day of and get set up! The first and main component is of course your drink, which should be featured in your dispenser. You can keep this as a non-alcoholic mix, so that even little ones can enjoy, and have your bartender mix in the alcohol to order. If you’re sure that everyone will enjoy a pre-mixed cocktail, then have all your ingredients added to the dispenser. Finish with ice to keep the mix cool.

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Step 5: have a few pre-poured drinks setup as part of the overall presentation. Setup should occur just before the start of your cocktail reception, to ensure drinks are served chilled. Poured drinks should include all the trims, i.e. sugared rims and color coordinated paper straws. Rest should be poured and served to order.

Step 6: enjoy!

A Recipe for the Tasting

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To get your taste buds going, here’s a recipe to test this holiday season.

Sweet Cherry Bliss

To an ice filled martini shaker add:

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