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Happy day! Have I got a treat for all of you lovelies today. I received an exclusive sneak peek that I just had to share with you all. So excited to share this sneak peek into the newest issue of Martha Stewart Weddings! It’s seriously my favorite wedding magazine because the photography is incredibly beautiful, and with Martha being the reigning Queen of crafts, it’s no surprise that the editors there really put an emphasis on how to do things yourself, when possible. Totally up our alley!
And to make this new issue even sweeter, it is completely focused on DIY – so exciting right? And so absolutely perfect for a budget savvy bride! This issue is chock full of DIY ideas for weddings, from makeup, decor, flowers, cakes and so much more!
My absolute favorite article from The DIY Issue is all about paper flowers, and the arrangements are unbelievably gorgeous.  I could hardly comprehend that these beauties were made solely with paper! Completely stunning, right?
One of the best things about using paper to create wedding decor is that it is incredibly affordable. There are also a wide variety of paper styles to choose from, such as tissue paper, cardstock, vellum and much more. And of course, paper comes in a variety of colors so you can easily match your DIY creations to your wedding color scheme. Just check out a couple of the impeccable arrangements created with paper from the new issue:

Paper Flowers from Martha Stewart Weddings

Paper Flower Arrangement from Martha Stewart WeddingsImage by Addie Juell c/o Martha Stewart Weddings


Paper Flowers from Martha Stewart Weddings

Image by Addie Juell c/o Martha Stewart Weddings

Want to see more? You can find the rest of the story and more DIY ideas in the Summer issue of Martha Stewart Weddings, available on newsstands and for iPad now!




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Jessica is the creator of The Budget Savvy Bride; she launched the site in May of 2008, shortly after becoming engaged. Jessica has been recognized as a budget wedding expert by various media outlets and continues to share realistic inspiration and actionable tips to help brides save money on their weddings. Google

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