I had seen so many chalk board menus in recent weddings and I wanted one for my own, for the bar to list our drink selections for the night. Luckily I had just the thing hiding under the couch at my parent’s house. In my college
Even though we haven’t finalized our menu yet and we’re doing a buffet, I’ve decided I want to make my own menu cards for our wedding. I figured this was something I can do fairly easily and hopefully inexpensively as well. Since we haven’t finalized our
Hello, brides! It’s Elizabeth, the owner, curator and stylist of Stockroom Vintage, checking in with another DIY project that I am so excited to share with you ladies! Little-known fact: When I’m not hunting for vintage pieces to add to Stockroom’s inventory and styling shoots for
While we’ve decided not to DIY our invitations (more on that later), I do want to add some sort of personalized touch to our mailing. I recently received a package with the coolest mailing label. That inspired me to create one of my own mailing labels.
Like many budget savvy brides, I am not having flowers at my wedding. Well, that’s not totally true. My bouquet will be made of real flowers, but that’s it. No flowers on the tables, none for the bridesmaids, none for the groomsmen, none for the decor.
Here I am to tackle my first DIY project for the wedding reception, table squares! When I started browsing Pinterest and the web for centerpiece ideas, I saw a few “tablescapes” that really jumped out at me. What I liked about them was the contrast between
With one successful craft day under our belts, we came back for more and knocked out the stick centerpieces. I have a few photos of the process to share, but unfortunately don’t have a great shot of the finished product yet… I guess that’ll be a teaser
In today’s first DIY, I decided to mash-up two of my favorite things: painted jars and ombre designs. And, let me tell y’all, when these two met, they totally got it on. Colors blended. Future plans were made. (Would they be vases or storage vessels?) Either
One thing I have learned about wedding planning is that when brilliant ideas strike, you just have to run with them. Even though our wedding is still 6 months away, yesterday I was inspired to begin my thank you notes. We received our first gift a week ago and
Ladies, I am happy to report that one of my first DIY projects for my wedding cost me a total of twenty-five cents!Materials: – cardboard – yarn – stapler This was a super easy and fun project to create decorative yarn letters. I think I am
Another DIY project we put together got the boy involved as well! This relatively simple project is a great opportunity to spend some time thinking about all of the little things that make the two of you unique. I personally value individuality within a marriage, so