Post # 1
We used some borrowed family recipes from both sides of our families for our dessert bar and it was a big hit! It was easy and inexpensive!
I printed the sign on a left over rehearsal dinner invite!
We used my grandmother’s old table cloth to give the table a different feel than the others.
Post # 3
What a cute idea! Turned out great 🙂
Post # 4
Wow, love the pics, love the concept. What a great Somthing Borrowed!!!
Post # 5
Omgoodness this looks beautiful! I love the idea and sentiment behind it.
Post # 7
What a cute idea! I love it!
Post # 8
So creative and great inspiration! Those praline cakes look delicious.
Post # 9
Amazing idea!!! It looks great and so sentimental. Love this!!
Post # 10
That is the sweetest idea, I wish I could borrow it, but Fiance family can’t cook, or bake.
Post # 11
A wonderful way to demonstrate the union of two families!
Post # 14
You’re Something Borrowed Buffet turned out ADORABLE! We are doing this, kinda!
Mom and I are making her “Famous Christmas Fudge” (and possibly a few other treats) that she (well we, her recipes) always makes for the Holiday time. But instead of doing a Buffet, we are doing just a few pieces in a 2×2 type box and adorning it with a pretty satin bow! So excited!
Post # 16
I keep coming back to this post … I just LOVE it. My wedding is 9/10/11 so we may not have enough time to fully incorporate it … but I think it is just precious. I’m going to run this by my family and see if I can collect some recipes. Such fun!