{Lifestyle} Ultimate Guide: Best of Beehives

by | Feb. 14, 2011


The "Ultimate Guide" is a themed list of treasures ranging from home decor to delicious foods; the sky's the limit. We scour the web for the lastest and greatest and bring them to you in this handy dandy little guide.

Today's topic: Beehives.

“Deseret” is interpreted to mean honey bee, and we Mormons love us some honey bees and beehives. As one of the symbols of the LDS Church, the beehive plays a prominent role in our culture. Check out these awesome bee-themed finds.

Photo from PlasticLand.com.
Give your walls bohemian charm with this gorgeous wall art panel.

Photo from MarthaStewart.com.
This scrumptious honey-glazed beehive cake belongs in my belly, pronto. Here’s the recipe and cake pan. If you feel like sharing, let me know.

Photo from ModCloth.com.
What a bee-utiful gold ring!

Photo from Hostess with the Mostess.
Bright, sunny, and modern. Who wouldn’t want to come to this bumble bee-themed party?!

Photo from Etsy shop CatalyticInk.
Say thank you with these hand-drawn bee note cards.

Photo from Deseret Book.
Why yes, I’d love to have afternoon (herbal) tea and crumpets on your delicate, beehive dessert plates.

Photo from Etsy shop SimplyFrenchMarket.
So pretty, you won’t want to spill on these French bee placemats and napkins.

Photo from SaveurDejour.com.
Pass the (gourmet) honey, please! Love the vintage pail it comes in.

Photo from Deseret Book.
You don’t even have to bake to want this beehive cake pedestal.

Photo from FancyFlours.com.
These beehive and bumble bee cookie cutters would make such a pretty plate of cookies!

Ashley Evanson is the Online Editor at LDS Living. She is a self-proclaimed foodie and loves looking at design blogs, wishing she could be as hip as the people she reads about. Her favorite color is light tan.
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