By the end of the wedding planning process, it's a safe bet that you've run out of money. We didn't have money in the budget for a photo booth, so my husband Kyle made an "Awkward Family Photo Wall" and we snapped pics with a Polaroid Camera instead of hiring a professional. Kyle now tells you how you can build your own!
Those of you who have followed my wedding planning from the beginning know that I wanted to have something tangible and lasting AFTER the whole shebang was over (I mean, next to a kick ass husband). Sure, we have gorgeous photos and a couple of little bits of decor smattered around the house but I really wanted something sentimental and personal to look at and love long after our vows. Finally, I
Today’s DIY Tutorial comes from the very lovely Lauren from Flat Broke Bride. Lauren is the queen of DIY and has been a regular on the Blog for quite some time now. Today she is showing us a very simple DIY idea but one I have seen in quite a few weddings recently, it’s these cute Book Table numbers. Book themed weddings seem to very popular at the moment, so this idea is perfect if you are addin
One of the features we receive a lot of thanks for are our DIY features. Our readers love to be able to try their hand at some wedding day craft and DIY, so last year, we teamed up with expert DIY'er Erin Hung of the award winning Berinmade, to bring you a series of bitesize DIY tutorials - things that even the most creatively challenged brides could enjoy having a go at. We want our tutorials to
If you haven’t discovered washi tape yet, you haven’t lived. Basically, washi tape is kinda like a Japanese version of masking tape, albeit a super pretty version.
It comes in all different colours and patterns and is perfect for adding a little DIY magic to your big day. Have a colour scheme or theme? Washi tape is the super easy way to jazz up your wedding props and decor… here are a few fab
Today Laura is showing us how to make this cute Seating Plan out of old picture frames. This is a great tutorial as it is effective but relatively easy to do and won’t cost the earth to put together. It can also be customised to make it personal to you. You can use small picture frames, or massive ones, you can have if hanging from trees, or propped up against a table in a venue, the choice is you