I'm on a honey kick right now, craving it in food and cocktails, drawn to it in color and decor. Maybe it feels like a true sign of summer (as if the temperature outside wasn't making it clear). Whatever the reason, I can't seem to get enough of it!
I am completely smitten with the idea of using honey dippers as swizzle sticks for cocktails. Barenjager Honey Liqueur is also one of my favorite cocktail ingredients, so you can bet I'll be using this idea. The Sweetest Occasion
I found these sweet honeycomb stitched linen buttons on Etsy. I'd use them as a special gift wrapping element for a small gift or envelope (paired with yellow string) Humble Bea
Sheets of beeswax wrapped around clear cylinder vases and votive holders lend a sunny, textural note to the table. Martha Stewart Weddings
Artisanal honey paired with cheese. Can there be anything better? Martha Stewart Weddings
Imprinted with an actual honeycomb foundation, the honeycomb collection from dbO Home is lovely, with an organic feel and a delicate touch.
I love the simplicity of this beehive cake, charming precisely because it's unlike so many of the specialized beehive cake pans I've seen. Devour the Blog
Perhaps my favorite soap on the planet - Pre de Provence honey soap (especially Pollen). Comfort Zone
I definitely don't need another cake stand, but I'm finding it hard to resist this cake stand and beehive cloche from West Elm.
You can use this hand carved stamp set for all of your summer correspondence, labels, or gift packaging. And since the honeycomb and bee stamps are separate, your designs can be one-of-a-kind. TC Witchcraft Factory on Etsy.
I just might need this handmade etched wood iPhone skin. Grandma Woodentooth on Etsy.
Pair raw honeycomb with cheese, fruit, or edible flowers for a truly decadent experience. Savannah Bee Company