Wedding DIY

Real Weddings: Wedding Etiquette for Non-Traditional Families

Bride and groom

American family dynamics can be very complicated. More and more families have some other arrangement than the traditional mom, dad, and kids. People get divorces. There are step-parents, step-siblings, and step-children. Since wedding etiquette assumes a traditional family, many people don’t know how to make sure everyone is happy. A non-traditional family can affect everything
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Wedding DIY: Stunning, Non-Floral Centerpieces for Weddings

It’s no surprise that flowers are a huge part of a wedding day. More often than not, brides and their bridesmaids will carry beautiful bouquets and, often, flowers are also used on the groom’s suits and as décor. In terms of centerpieces for the guests’ tables, flowers are always a great option; flowers brighten up
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Wedding DIY: Glamorous Vintage Inspired Weddings

We live in an age where old is new. With all of the older looks coming back into style, people have been making thrift store couture. This vintage look does not just apply to everyday clothing and décor but is now taking over the wedding scene. The glamor and sophistication of the vintage inspired wedding
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DIY: DIY Boutonnières for Winter Weddings

Groom adjusting his boutonniere

Of all the special events in your life, your wedding is by far one of the most important ones. This is the beginning of your married life. This is the day you tie the knot with the one you love and will spend the rest of your life with. This is a huge celebration –
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American Wedding: DIY Projects for Weddings

The fall season is the perfect time to have a beautiful outdoor wedding. With the changing colors, there are endless ways to decorate. When planning your wedding, you likely won’t have the budget to include absolutely everything you’d like to in the festivities. Don’t worry. There is a solution. Do it yourself! Here are some
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Wedding DIY: DIY Bridesmaid Cards + FREE Downloads

Once your fella pops that question, and you start making your way down from cloud nine, you’ve got some decisions to make.  One of the most important of those choices is whom to ask to stand by your side, help you plan your big day, and talk you down from near bridezilla moments!  Your girls
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Wedding DIY: How To Specify Entrees on Place Cards

Designer table stationery turns information into decoration… right down to the tiniest details, like notating what your guests will be having for dinner.  By the time you order table stationery all of the big decisions are out of the way — your wedding colors chosen, invitations designed, and decor picked out — which will make
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Wedding DIY: Tips for Submitting Stunning Photos

The wonderful thing about photo save-the-dates is that your personality is front and center.  You need nothing more than a shot of your happy, smiling, in-love faces to get guests excited about your wedding to come! While you don’t actually need professional engagement shots, you do need a high-resolution image in order for your printed
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DIY: Fabric Hoops

When we traveled to New York a couple of years ago for the National Stationery Show, we were smitten with a little shop, Purl, we found while exploring the city.  Inside was a wall spotted with the prettiest fabric hoops you ever did see!  This simple DIY project is perfect for your wedding, nursery, or
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