Bow Show: a simple yet stunning way to dress up your dining room for sit-down gatherings. It couldn't be quicker — just wrap each place setting with a length of wide, pretty ribbon. Do it in satin for a graphic statement, or in a loose organza for an elegant finish.
If you are having a buffet at a rustic wedding, adding twine by itself or with a flower can add an inexpensive, yet special touch that makes your guests feel welcomed. This will set the tone for the entire reception buffet and allow you to save money on other dinner décor.
We used chocolate covered mint oreos for the eyes, a carrot for the nose, party crackers for the bow tie, dinner & cocktail napkins for the hat & scarf, our casual china for the snowman’s body & head and silverware make up the arms & the brim on the hat.