We’re big fans of upcycled wedding decor. Would you believe these flowers are made from Egg Cartons? We couldn’t either!
If you’re on the lookout for a unique alternative to the unity ceremony idea, this project is just the thing for you! We’re so thrilled to share this DIY project from our friend Heidi of ONBB weddings and Weddings on Budget Podcast! xoxo, Jessica What is
Check out this step-by-step video tutorial on how to DIY a gorgeous floral backdrop for your wedding ceremony from our favorite floral friends at Bloom Culture Flowers!
Learn how to decorate your wedding like a pro with these expert tips from Alison of Bloom Culture Flowers!
Don’t miss this valuable wedding design advice from Alison Fleck, founder of Bloom Culture. You’ll love these ways to save on your wedding decor budget without compromising your Pinterest vision!
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!
Today’s real wedding was so sweet and full of love. Annilea and Jonathan exchanged their vows on a darling campsite in Portland, OR. They had so many cute, creative and personal details. Enjoy this Simple and Sweet Portland Wedding! Xoxo, Jessica Annilea + Jonathan September 22nd, 2018Multnomah
If you’re looking for ways to save money on your wedding, consider cutting down the number of fresh flowers you’re using in decor. Check out this post for great ideas for alternatives and inspiration to fresh flowers for your wedding.
One of the most popular wedding trends right now is boxwood. These lush green backdrops are being used behind cake tables, head tables, photo booths, and more. Boxwood walls add an elegant and romantic touch to wedding décor. Looking for a budget-friendly way to incorporate boxwood