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 I am delighted to invite Elise back to the blog. Elise Lévêque is an eco-conscious bride-to-be who writes for Wedding & Party Store in her spare time. last time Elise showed us how to make the ever so popular Paper Tissue Flowers which went down incredibly well. Today Elsie is showing us how to make this cute Felt Flower bouquet as she’s contemplating having a crafty bridal bouquet instead o
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.
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
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
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
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