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 for a lot of other things
Related post: Affordable Catering Options for Your Wedding Menu I’ve designed the menu to print in black and white, which not only makes them super cheap to run copies, but also gives you the chance to coordinate with your wedding theme by printing on paper that matches your wedding colors. Or go
Related post: Save money with DIY Wedding Invitations I’ve included an optional step to add a little sparkle to the flowers with gold glitter. Whether you tackle this step or not will depend on if you are in the pro-glitter camp or the anti-glitter camp. My husband is strongly anti-glitter, so in
The front cover features pretty Spring flowers above a chalkboard design and each page inside ties in with the flower design. This booklet comes together so easily with a little printing, cutting, and folding. Hop on over to Download & Print for the free templates, then follow along with the steps below.
There are so many gorgeous invitations designs out there and choosing just one can feel overwhelming. I wanted something that somewhat matched my wedding colors which are black & white, but also reflected my fiancé and I as a couple. After scouring Pinterest for months without anything that screamed ‘us’ we and
Related post: Save money with DIY Wedding Invitations You have three designs to choose from: Scroll medallion Roman medallion Mod Dots medallion Grab the free printables and follow along with the steps below. DIY Printable Wedding Medallions WHAT YOU’LL NEED: Printable templates <– download Printer 8.5 x 11 card stock, in color
My health had gotten the best of me lately and it’s been rather difficult to get any of my DIY projects done. The list is rather lengthy, so I’ve been feeling the stress in more ways than one, and it finally seemed to come out in the form of my first wedding nightmare.
When Matt and I started looking at invitations, we had three guidelines: we wanted a hand in the design, the suite would need a simple, vintage feel, and we needed the flexibility to make or print invites as necessary, Of course, as a BSB, getting a lot for a little is high
My budgeting is coming along nicely and I’ve scratched off one of many value generating projects from my list that is making my beer budget taste more and more like champagne. In our pre-engagement phase I came across this beautiful gatefold save-the-date I just had to have. I had no clue who
My advice for printing DIY invitations: Save your work often Triple check for spelling errors Check dates, times, addresses Proof over and over Print on High quality settings There is a good chance you can avoid printing errors for your wedding invitations or any invitation for that matter. Included in the box
I had almost my entire wedding party in my mind months before my fiance got down on one knee and popped the big question … Granted, we were non-traditional in the sense that we went shopping for my engagement ring together in January 2013. And I anxiously waited for him to finally
Invitations are a really important part of the wedding – invitations set the tone for the wedding while they inform your guests about all the important details. Invitations are one of those wedding details that can have a huge range of cost depending on what you are looking for. However, with just a little bit