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Savers.com recently contacted me about their awesome DIY projects on the Wedding section of their site. Some of these projects are SO cute and are totally doable and affordable! Check out what they had to say about their DIY projects:

DIY wedding projects are the perfect way for brides to save money without sacrificing style on the big day. Those looking to create truly unique decor on a budget can find all the treasures needed at Savers thrift stores — interesting fabrics, vintage ware, buttons, baubles and more. To show budget savvy brides how to transform these goods into a beautiful, one-of-a-kind affair, Savers thrift stores and crafting expert Blair Stoker from the crafting blog Wisecraft put together some tips and project guides that are sure to inspire creativity in DIY pros and newcomers alike. From boutonnieres to ‘thank you’ gifts, anyone can create the perfect look for the perfect day with these projects found on Savers.com :

• Chic Chairs

• Bygone Era Boutonnieres

• Ring Bearers Pillow

• Glorious Glass Centerpiece

• Tasteful Teacup ‘Thank You’

• Pillowcase Napkins

• Fixating Overhead Fixture

• Mr. & Mrs. Chairs

• And Even a Wedding Gown!

For full instructions and images of each project, you can visit www.savers.com/Weddings.aspx . All projects can be tailored to any color scheme, allowing for complete customization — every bride’s dream! Many of these projects can also be used for summer entertaining in general — birthday celebrations, showers, or even a backyard picnic party.

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Thanks to Savers.com for sharing these adorable projects with BSB. I am in love with the ring bearer pillow and the stitching hoop Mr. and Mrs. signs. Which project is your favorite?

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