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
Daffodils are the perfect flower for a spring or summer wedding. On the inexpensive side, but still oh so pretty. I made this centerpiece in a matter of minutes for less than $10 and it lit up the room.
I have a brand new DIY expert to introduce to you today, and a brand new contributor to the DIY section of the Blog. Please make Emily Carlill from Love to Sew very welcome, as she will be joining us on a monthly basis to share with us her fantastic DIY ideas. After crafting her own DIY wedding in 2011, Emily Carlill now continues to make lots of items for other people’s weddings. She also makes u
Everyone loves mason jars because of how versatile (and affordable) they can be. While mason jars are intended to be meant for canning and preserving food, this doesn’t mean you can’t get creative to incorporate them into your wedding. We’ve seen everything from glittered jars to simple jars with just a matching ribbon for their wedding theme. And we love them every single way. Here at Wedding S
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. It’s a fantastic idea and one that isn’t too hard to do but will take some time. These Film Strip Invitations are a great idea and would be a super cute addition to your wedding, can you imagine your guests faces when they received t
Created exclusively for our readers by Susan Brand of Susan Brand Design, these simple escort cards and matching table numbers, each adorned with a delicate, whimsically illustrated wreath, have a minimalistic aesthetic that allows them to fit many different wedding styles. The escort cards come in two different sizes. The larger size is intended to accommodate multiple names, such as for members