Our friends at Totally Promotional have a great wedding favor idea to share: DIY S’mores! These are sure to be a crowd pleaser. Here’s Shelley from Totally Promotional to tell us more:
Few things in life make perfect gifts for every age group. Dessert is one of those rare things. So when a bride and groom need a wedding favor that will please every guest, it’s a no-brainer: S’mores Fun Favors. They are simple to create and include an imprinted coaster as a keepsake.
This fun, sparkly DIY bridesmaid proposal (and free printable!) comes to us from Kelley of Foxblossom Co., based in Pittsburgh, PA. Foxblossom specializes in handmade, personalized wedding accessories and gifts. Here’s Kelley to tell us more:
What’s better than a mini bottle of champagne? A mini bottle of champagne covered in pink and gold glitter! At Foxblossom Co., we specialize in helping brides propose and thank their bridesmaids for standing by their side. We’ve had a great response to our personalized, gold script champagne flutes, that we decided to create a DIY project to help brides *pop* the question to their maids! This is one of the easiest DIY projects we’ve ever done, and it makes for a memorable, fun bridesmaid proposal. Happy crafting!
We have a special treat for you today! Our friends at FTD have created a set of sweet and stylish printables to help you ask your besties to be a part of your big day. Here’s more from FTD:
What makes your wedding memorable isn’t just the day itself, but all the special moments leading up to the ceremony and reception. One of these special moments is asking your best friends to be your bridesmaids. To help you ask in fun and creative ways, FTD put together six “Will you be my bridesmaid?” printables for all kinds of ladies.
Today’s guest post comes from Diana, one of our readers who helped her sister pull off DIY tour de force, on time and on budget! Here’s how she did it:
My boyfriend’s sister was trying to do a backyard wedding with a budget of $15,000 and was trying to figure out a way to decorate the tent for cheap. I volunteered to do it because the wedding was months away and it seemed like a nice thing to do (I’m not sure how I felt the day before the wedding but that’s another story). She said she wanted something like this picture.
This DIY centerpiece post was submitted by Joe Schembri of Bridesign Wedding Flowers. Joe writes about wedding topics such as creating wedding centerpieces, which bulk flowers to use and more. Feel free to reach out to him at http://blog.bridesign.com.
Today we are sharing a DIY centerpiece tutorial, where with the right flowers and a little imagination, you will create a beautiful centerpiece for any occasion and showcase the wedding floral designer in you! Keep in mind that you can use any vases, flower types and accessories! So let’s get creative and have some fun while making these beauties!
Our DIY Table Numbers were the perfect kind of wedding project – simple & easy to make, yet personal and unique. I loved the idea of giving our guests a few random tidbits of information about the hubs & I as a couple, especially considering some of our guests were meeting one of us for the first time!
Whether it’s due to the recession or a side effect of sites like Pinterest, weddings have become more personalised and unique than they have been in years. Wedding planners be wary – brides and grooms everywhere are taking their wedding plans into their own hands and creating a day that truly reflects their relationship and their love.
If you’re looking for ways to personalise your wedding, or simply one aspect of it, here are some easy ways to do just that.
I know, I know, you already know that, and being reminded of the horror of it isn’t necessary. So, here’s the deal. Unless you’re lucky enough to have parents who are footing the bill or have been madly setting aside funds since you were a wee little one, you’re probably looking to save money where you can.
One of the places where it’s possible to pinch pennies and stretch dimes is with the flowers. Perhaps not the bouquet—though some people will argue that the bouquet is the easiest thing, but I don’t agree, I’m not THAT crafty—but centerpieces and decorative flowers are easier to manage then you might think, and DIY-ing it can potentially save you a fair chunk of change. It still won’t be cheap, but it’ll help take a bit off of your budget. Remember, you’ll have to put in some elbow grease, which means you’ll have to have some time a day or two before the wedding to actually get a group together to make the arrangements.