Post # 1
I saw the idea on here and just LOVED it, since most of my friends are married so the bouquet toss would seem silly for the 2 single ladies (and mean). This way, I can gather ALL the ladies, and each will get a piece of the bouquet with the little fortune, so cute!! Here’s the original blog post with the idea:
My question is, albeit a silly one, but how do you print all those fortunes / sayings onto the ribbon?
Post # 3
The orignal poster handwrote the sayings with a paint pen ( you can find them at just about any craft store). If you don’t want to do that you could try something like cake charms. They are tiny silver charms with different meanings like good health, prosperity etc. Normally they are baked into a cake with a piece of ribbon tied to them, and then the bridesmaids pull the ribbons. To adapt this for a bouquet, I would tie one charm to each flower stem and then have a small poster/picture frame that gives the meaning of each charm.
Post # 4
im doing a break a way bouquet. no fortunes or sayings. just my toss bouquet will have 5 individual bouquets in there tied with one ribbon i get ready to throw bouqet pull the ribbon and throw… well thats the theory- we will see saturday night how it will go down.