Learn How to Make Your Own Copper Geo Hanging Arrangement Wedding planning on a budget doesn’t have to stifle your design or overall style! No! There are so many unique ways to create visual interest for your event that won’t break the bank. One creative way
One great way to cut costs on your wedding is to identify things you can do yourself! Check out this post all about wedding DIY projects and how to decide which ones are right for you!
Let these real-life DIY tragedies serve as a warning to any couple who is planning to take on certain aspects of their big day themselves! Check out these five examples of how DIY can ruin your big day… or otherwise known as, How to DIY your
Using this tutorial from Gifts.com, you can make your own photo backdrop for your wedding. Together, you and your guests can take photos that you’ll keep forever and fun goofing off while you do it too! RELATED POST: HOW TO SET UP A DIY WEDDING BACKDROP
If you’re looking for one place to save money on your wedding: the invitations are a great place to cut costs. But that doesn’t always just mean doing it yourself or making your own wedding invitations! No, you can still get professionally created, gorgeous wedding invitations
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I often get asked about what my favorite DIY supplies are for creating all sorts of projects for your budget savvy wedding, so I decided now would be a fabulous time to share them with you! I must be honest, I am a self-professed craft hoarder,
DIY Wedding Favor Ideas for the Crafty Bride! Not all wedding favors are created equal, especially when you have a crafty bride in the mix. Even if you’re not the crafty type, but you want to have something fun and unique, here are 5 awesome wedding
Wedding invitations are getting more and more elaborate these days. From ancient papyrus scrolls to music video e-vites, to frilly boxes that shoot confetti upon being opened—there is definitely something out there for all types. And with all the various components that invitations can include it
Jen and I love collaborating on DIY projects, and today we’re sharing a super simple and awesome one on both our sites: How to easily make your own photo booth stick props! I designed two sets of files that you can download completely for FREE to use to make photobooth
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
WHAT YOU’LL NEED: Printable templates (download here) Microsoft Word (Mac or PC) Letter-size card stock Scissors 1.25″ binder clips (from your local office supply store) Double sided tape Corner rounder (optional) Paper trimmer (optional) The fonts used are Respective and Cochin, so if you don’t already have them- you’ll
Related post: Save money with DIY Wedding Invitations Make these Bird Wedding Invitations WHAT YOU’LL NEED: printable wedding invitation template <– download 8.5 x 11 Card Stock (I used #65 in cream) Microsoft Word (Mac or PC) Color Printer Paper Cutter A7 Envelopes (invitation) 4-Bar Envelopes