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How to Tie the Knot with Style

How to Tie the Knot with Style

Before two sailors get married, friends and family just might throw the bride-to-be a “Tie The Knot” party. And in one such case, your Uncle Goose got to be a part of the merriment.

Guests gathered to throw a bridal shower for Rebecca (Furgeson) Ratliff. And you know how bridal showers go. There are always fun and games to play!

Tie The Knot Bride Rebecca (Furgeson) Ratliff

For one creative party game, party goers picked an Uncle Goose Nautical Block from the canvas anchor bag.

Best Woman Meghan Ratliff

Each guest tied the knot they saw featured on one side of the block.

Karla Anderson Tie The Knot

The colorful knots became tree decorations.

Roberta Haebler mother of the bride Tie The Knot Party

What a fun and creative idea! The bride and groom can use the knots as ornaments for their first Christmas together as a married couple. And the burgees  -- the blue pennants -- have handwritten Christmas wishes for the happy couple! 

Uncle Goose Blocks Under Tree

Thank you for sharing your special day and your stories and pictures! We love hearing about new and creative ideas for using Uncle Goose toys and gifts.

And if you have a creative way that you like to play with Uncle Goose blocks, let us know. Let your idea inspire someone else to innovate and have fun!



Pictured, from top to bottom, left to right: 

Ying Ying Lu Colclasure, Sister of the Groom and Tessa Jardeleza-Lee, Friend of the Groom

Rebecca (Ferguson) Ratliff, Bride

Megan Ratliff, Sister of the Groom and Best Woman (holding canvas bag)

Karla Anderson, Aunt of the Groom

Roberta Haebler, Mother of the Bride

Photographer: Elizabeth Goede, Sister of the Groom