Today’s DIY is another from Hannah of The Homesteady, from her own wedding (which we’ll be featuring very very soon!). I thought that a nice simple DIY for the day after Labor Day weekend would be the perfect fit. These are easy to make and fun to collect, a great combination! Be sure to check out her DIY Goodie Bags for Kids and Vintage Postcard Save-the-Dates too! Read More
I love love love washi tape, so I’ve been trying to find fun and easy ways to use it. Today’s DIY is a quick, simple, cheap, and super fun addition to your wedding or party. Washi flags can be used for drink stirs, cupcake toppers, escort cards, placed at each place setting… the possibilities are endless! Read More
I love a good upcycle and I love turning readily available and cheap things into something fabulous (like I did with mason jars – remember when those were cheap?) Well, the next best thing to a mason jar (and maybe even better since they’re just as versatile and basically free if you go through your garbage) is the tin can. Did I just say tin cans are the new mason jar? Here are my favorite unique ways to use tin cans in your wedding.
Tin Can Floral Containers
You can spray paint them, cover them in lace or fabric, hang them, or use them as centerpieces, but any way you do it tin cans make fantastic floral containers. Use them alone, or mix and match them with mason jars, bottles, milk glass, or other containers. Read More
I’m excited to share today’s DIY because it combines three of my favorite things: sequins, confetti, and washi tape! These confetti poppers are really cute for a recessional (place one on each guest’s seat) or as a favor for a party or small event. And if you are using them outside you can use a more eco-friendly confetti, but I used sequins and sparkle for fun. Read More
Today’s DIY was inspired by countless wedding submissions with the wedding dress shot on an ugly plastic hanger. I know you brides have bigger things to worry about than a pretty hanger and sometimes you just forget to use a nicer one. But seriously, that ugly plastic hanger ruins a gorgeous bridal gown image. You spent how much on a dress and then put it on an ugly hanger? So today, I’m sharing an original DIY created by me to end this problem. And the grand total cost of the hanger DIY is under $10. So please, PLEASE stop using ugly plastic hangers… Photographers and event planners, having a pretty hanger in your bag of tricks is a great idea too! Read More
Today’s DIY is courtesy of one of my favorite people to stalk on instagram, the gorgeous Rachael of Lace and Likes. This baby’s breath garland is so my style, and I know you’ll love it too. Read More