I heart these knit capelets by Fringe...I can just imagine the earthy, warm feeling of these paired with a whispy, romantic wedding gown for a late fall wedding. It's a rustic, really feminine look that would be so fabulous on the right bride. If you haven't checked out the fringe shop on etsy, it's a must. I am kind of in love with most of the...
I never would have thought to make these but once I saw them, I knew I had to share. Sprinkled on guests tables and around the reception, these customized "message marbles" are perfect little take aways for guests.
Flat clear marbles about 1 inch round (I found some at Target)
Computer with Word or InDesign (I found InDesign worked well)
Different colored paper (if desired)
1 inch hole puncher
These lip balm holders were actually crafted as favors for a birthday party, but I thought that they would also make pretty cute shower gifts or a lovely addition to a bag of must-haves for your bridesmaids! Here is a glimpse into the process involved in making these... Material 2 colors of cardstock 1 patterned paper Glue Scalloped punch 1 3/8'' circle punch 1 1/4'' circle punch X-acto knife Round stamp Glue Satin Ribbon Lip balm (mine was crafted and...
I heart these little bundt cake wedding favors...so cute packaged in their pretty green boxes and adorned with a little note! They make the perfect favor!
Recipe for bundt cakes on allrecipes.com
bundt cake pans
Favor Boxes purchased at Michaels
1. Make Bundt Cakes
1 package of yellow cake mix
1 package of instant lemon pudding mix(3 ounces)
3/4 cup of orange juice
Inspired by an Amy Butler design, these DIY wrist corsages are so stinking pretty. Adorable for bridesmaids or flower girls...OR you could use them to tie up napkins on guest's place setting! Too cute!
Strips of Fabric
Hot Glue Gun
Pretty Strips of Ribbon
1. Cut a 4x18 inch strip of...
This DIY Project is just great. Simple as that. The carved place cards are an unexpected touch to a table setting that not only add a hint of chic, they are also perfect for guests to take home with them so that they always remember your big day! Materials Small 6 x 6 piece of wood, depending on the shape you want to create Wood Carving Tool Spray Paint Sand Paper Oil Based Pen Instructions 1. Design and cut out the desired shape out of wood. Some scrapbooking stores make...
I saw this picture on Design*Sponge and totally fell in love. These cakes alone could inspire a pretty spectacular pink and black color palette. And to be honest, most of the confetti cakes could inspire pretty spectacular palettes. Take a peak if you haven't already! Oh and definitely check out...
We are continuing on with our DIY week! I am loving it so far and I am pretty sure you guys are too. So, let's get right to it. This first project was inspired by Martha's paper bouquets, with the reader's own twist of course!
tissue paper cut in 1''x3'' rectangles
floral wire and tape
ink or watercolors (optional)
1. The first step optional step is to...
This is a really great DIY project that you could incorporate solely for the people you love...custom covered jewelry boxes. PERFECT gift for bridesmaids!
And here is the step-by-step!
Needle and Thread
Fabric Stuffing/cotton balls
Pen/pencil for marking
Ribbon / Pin / Jewel / Embellishments for the box
Glue brush (optional, but makes things easier)
This next is so thoughtful, I just had to share it with you. Signed Fabric Squares that can then be stitched into a quilt or a great wall hanging. I never would have thought of this idea, and yet I absolutely love it.
1. Draw or design the background pattern, leaving a place for signing
2. Go to your local t-shirt shop and ask them to make a screen (or, they could do the whole printing, really)
3. Wash and dry 100 percent...