Wedding Bells UWIB Blog Hop

The UWIB ETSY team is  once again excited for their monthly Blog Hop!  Since June is a big month for weddings, we are celebrating with a “Wedding Bells” Blog Hop.

The big day is filled with family and friends, flowers and beautiful dresses, jewelry and tuxes, vows and rings, food and cake, pictures and more pictures!

Leading up to the big day, the bride is busy with invitations, picking out colors and flowers, planning the reception, selecting her wedding dress, and making lists and more lists.

Before the big day the bride is also showered with gifts from family and friends.  The bridal shower can be very traditional with women only, games, advice, and good food or they can be a very modern, co-ed affair!  So what is a good gift for the bride at her shower?  Well, gifts for the kitchen are always a good idea!

To start with, all new homes need potholders for the kitchen.

In addition to the traditional potholders, these new Microwave Bowl Potholders are a great gift for the bride too!

And to round out the kitchen gifts, how about  this matching set of placemats, napkins, and coasters.

And best wishes to all of the brides!  Have a wonderful day and a beautiful life!

Be sure to visit these blogs for more Wedding Bells!

Participants
Rita Wetzel   http://RitasCreativeNest.com
Judy Woodley   http://WellspringCreations.blogspot.com
Ann Rinkenberger   http://harvestmoonbyhand.blogspot.com
Cory Trusty   http://aquarianbath.blogspot.com
Nancy Pace   http://NancysWildWireJewelry.blogspot.com
Trudy Miller   http://MommaGoddessTreasures.blogspot.com
Linda Stranger   http://capecoddreamer.blogspot.com
Wendy Kelly   http://blog.vintageday.com
Miriam   http://goldcrestbags.blogspot.com/

UWIB Blog  http://uniquewomeninbusiness.blogspot.com/
UWIB ETSY Team Page  http://www.etsy.com/teams/6263/unique-women-in-business-uwib

Thanks for stopping by.

Rita

Today’s Abundance
-Apple trees in full blossom
-Lilac bushes in full bloom
-Farmers Markets
-Cool temperatures after the storm has passed
-Spring – even though it is very late this year

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9 Responses to Wedding Bells UWIB Blog Hop

  1. Ann says:

    What a gorgeous set of items for a new bride’s kitchen! The color and print combination is lovely, and would be such a delight to use.

  2. Cory says:

    those would make a great wedding gift!

  3. Kelly says:

    What wonderful gift ideas!
    after the big ticket items are bought for the Kitchen, we seem to forget the simple things that make a kitchen a home.
    Potholders, Place mats & microwave potholders..

    These are also great ideas for Hostess gifts.

  4. Miriam says:

    Great gift idea. I have another blog http://linennstuff.blogspot.com/ and want to feature them. I’ll be in touch.

  5. Yes, yes, yes, terrific shower gift ideas!! I love my new microwave bowl holder and will be giving them for gifts all year. Love your blog post and thank you for taking charge of this each month and keeping us all in order!

    Trudy aka Momma Goddess
    http://www.mommagoddess.etsy.com

  6. Nancy Pace says:

    Rita, those are so cute, and love they all co-ordinate! You are so creative:) Thanks for starting this fun hop!
    I better try to make my rounds,see ya!
    Nancy

  7. Japip says:

    Always love your stuff and those are great gift suggestions.

  8. Judy says:

    Your items would be perfect for a bridal shower! I love the pieces that I got for myself and get many compliments on them, so I know where I’ll be shopping for the next shower I’m invited to! Thanks for the refreshing ideas!

    –Judy
    http://wellspringcreations.blogspot.com/

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