DIY Wedding Decor

DIY Wedding Lounge Furniture

Do you want a wedding lounge area with sofas, chairs and tables, and then you look at the prices to rent these pieces, and quickly remove the thought from your memory? Then you return to Pinterest a few hours days later only to remember how beautiful they look? I am here to

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Wooden Table Number Holder Tutorial
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Wooden Table Number Holder Tutorial

Today I’ve got another great DIY tutorial that I created as a collaboration with our friend Brandi of Alexis June Weddings!This month we’ve been sharing DIY projects that could easily translate to any type of event like a bridal shower, wedding, bridesmaids luncheon, etc! And since I’ve been desperately yearning for springtime, this series

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DIY Table Numbers

Making smart decisions in how to provide alcohol at your wedding isn’t the only we plan to save money; another way we are saving money is by making our own table numbers and signage. Since we knew we wanted a southern rustic feel, I knew chalkboards were going to be incorporated into

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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 and a stack of blank CDs

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Glitter votives candles are a fun way to spice up your decor without stretching your budget. See how I made my own with just a few supplies!
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DIY Glitter Votives

Votive candles are a fun, inexpensive way to spice up your decor without stretching your budget.  I was inspired by various Pinterest photos to decorate my votives with glitter. This was inexpensive, fun, and the votives ended up looking fabulous! This could easily be done with any color glitter but I decided

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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 was a little panicky at the

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