Looking for a unique way to share photos at your wedding? Learn how to make a unique photo display for your wedding using Embroidery Hoops!
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!
Get free greenery wedding printables to personalize your big day for less! You’ll love the greenery themed wedding programs & seating chart from our friends at Timberwink Studio!
This post has been sponsored with love, by Cricut. Thanks for supporting the sponsors and partners who help make The Budget Savvy Bride possible! This post contains affiliate links. The Cricut Explore Air is a must-have for a DIY bride who wants to personalize her wedding.
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
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
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
My love affair with vintage stamps started when my grandmother shared a box of cards, addressed-stamped-mailed, all dating from when she was a little girl in the 30’s. She had told me that opening the box would transport whomever opened it into a fair away time
A few weeks ago, I did a post about wine bottle table numbers. Since then, I’ve had the chance to play around with the idea and I’ve come up with a final product that we really like. They are easy, cheap, and (in my humble opinion)
During the first month of our engagement, my husband-to-be and I were browsing through the nearby unnamed dollar store, on the prowl for anything usable for our wedding. Most of the “wedding” section in these stores are full of sad fleur de lis patterned napkins, small plastic