Real Weddings

Non-traditional Park Wedding

Tim and I were married on Saturday, September 27, 2014. We had ridiculously good weather for our non-traditional park wedding–it was 78 and sunny the whole day. We had such wonderful help and support from our family and friends, and so many people traveled to be

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Honeymoons

Budget Savvy Honeymoon Ideas

I would pay a significant amount of money to be done with wedding planning TODAY and move directly on to the honeymoon.  Hopefully, by the time you’re reading this, we’ll be on that honeymoon. Originally, Tim and I were going to spend just a couple of

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DIY Wedding Decor

Moss Covered Card Box

I wasn’t planning to make a card box. I kind of thought I would just use one of the gajillion storage boxes that I am currently using to store various unused items that are clearly very essential to my life, such as Tim’s old video games

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monogrammed cornhole bean bags
DIY PROJECTS

DIY Cornhole Beanbags Set

How to Make Your Own Cornhole Beanbags Duck Cloth Dried Corn Heavy Duty Thread Liquid Stitch Sewing Machine MATERIALS In order for you to make the bean bags, you’ll need the following items: Duckcloth (heavy duty canvas) in two different colors. Feed corn (this is super

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DIY Wedding Decor

Moss and Wood Monogram

Tim and I are closing in on the last month before the wedding, and every spare hour is filled with crafting, emailing vendors, and 5,324 other wedding-related tasks. Tim came up with the idea to make a decorative monogram out of plywood, and even though I

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DIY PROJECTS Reception

DIY Cornhole Boards Tutorial

If you and your partner aren’t big dancers, you may not want to focus your reception around a dance floor. How else will your guests be entertained? Lawn games are a great alternative to dancing. Don’t get me wrong, we’ll still have music and dancing, but

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DIY Wedding Decor

Wine Bottle Table Numbers

Hello ladies, I’ve got a cheap and delightful craft for you this week–wine bottle table numbers. The best part of this idea is that you don’t have to buy anything, assuming you (or people you know) drink lots of wine. And if you’re planning a wedding, you’re

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paper and stationery DIYs

DIY Wax Seal Stamp

Finished product! I like the drips, but if you’re more careful than me you can avoid them. My fiance, Tim, came up with this awesome project that costs next to nothing if you already have the equipment. And if you don’t, the tools come in handy

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