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  • A Hardin

    Site is for an "I'm bored jar" but another pinner suggested: Get your bridal shower guests to write a date night idea on a stick - or if you're not having a bridal shower, perhaps have one at each table, or at the guest book

  • Tatyanna Melanie

    Get your guests to write a date night idea on a popsicle stick. Bridal shower idea!

  • Pia Krondal

    Have bridal shower guests write a date night idea on a stick or use it as a guest book... Each guest write on a Popsicle stick and put it in a decorated jar...

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101_Ideas_Popsicle_Stick_''Im_Bored''_Jar_Inspiration_2:: :: this is a great way to distract those 'bored' kiddos at home this summer. Full with activities they can do on their own or with a parent. I also think having a fun savings jar is a good idea to put besides this- kid collects money and you could take them somewhere fun at the end of summer ie six flags or water park

Get your bridal shower guests to write a date night idea on a stick then use these later!

Great gift for sorority families! Just personalize the 4 canvases with your info!

i think it would be pretty cool to open these on a cozy night snuggled up. You could also do this with message in a bottle

Engagement party idea: Guests write date ideas

Arm the children with disposable cameras and a photo scavenger hunt list. Keep them entertained and get some cute shots of the wedding from their perspective.

Mad Lib Guest Book ~ I ♥ this idea & it could also be a fun little activity for guests instead of it replacing the guest book! :)

that guest book idea is AWESOME.. but who would i be able to find to do that? ... if i saw this sooner, maybe i would have been able to do it. shucks.

Photo Board! Cute idea...maybe not a bride and groom but you could make oh so many fun things... | Etsy Weddings Blog

Photo Frame Guest Book Alternative: Celebrate your wedding day along with loving words of your friends flanked by your chosen wedding photo. Use an acid free fine point pen to protect your guest’s messages for many years.