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Wedding DIY: Wedding Binder Breakdown

Oh, the “binder…”  It can be a best friend or a worst enemy, depending on who you are and to whom it belongs.  Well, this gal just happens to love hers, especially since it got an upgrade.  Yes, that’s right.  The first was a loose mess, unable to shut, so I traded it in for
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Wedding DIY: Sweet Cards for My Girls… and Guys!

Last month, I said “Yes” to the dress… and a week later, I had to say no.  I knew something wasn’t quite right when I picked up my wedding dress, but I just couldn’t place it.  After comparing some photos and notes, I realized it was the wrong color; needless to say, I felt like
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How To: Tissue Paper Flowers

Tissue paper flowers are as affordable and easy as they are festive.  These are lovely at weddings in soft shades, but just imagine how fun they would be in bright holiday hues! 1.  Cut pieces of wire to about 7 inches — this can vary depending on the size of your flower.  You need enough
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Wedding DIY: Chalkboard Menus? Yes, Please!

When I was in elementary school, I loved being called upon to solve problems on the chalkboard; it was pretty much the coolest part about class.  Nostalgic and simple, chalkboards have become much more than a teaching tool over the years.  Poole’s Diner, a local hot spot in downtown Raleigh, is known for their massive
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How To: Mason Jar Lanterns

I love mason jars — they are simple and sweet and have dozens of uses.  My cousin and his wife displayed gorgeous hydrangeas in blue mason jars (the “real deal” old school ones) at their wedding and I’m hoping perhaps my aunt has held on to them so maybe, just maybe, I might be able
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