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DIY Wedding Arch

11 Beautiful DIY Wedding Arches

Many brides want to add a personal touch to their wedding decorations by taking on a DIY project. While there are some wedding tasks to leave to the professionals, your wedding arch is a challenging but incredibly fun and special piece to decorate yourself or better yet, with your fiancé....

Yael and Or's wedding photos from Tel Aviv, Israel.

How to Cut The Costs of Your Wedding

Cut costs at your wedding using a DIY approach with food. An outdoor wedding can feature picnic or barbecue fare like fruit and cheese platters, smoked or grilled meats, summer salads, potato salad, baked beans and even chips. These kinds of foods are also excellent for weddings with attendees with...

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3 DIY Wedding Projects For Your Wedding

Every wedding is unique to the couple, and every wedding should reflect the tastes of the bride and groom. Brides are increasingly making their wedding more personalized so that their true passions are reflected in the wedding ceremony and the reception. Here are a couple of Tips how to make...

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DIY Wedding Warrior Finale: The Reception

Kat and Nick’s reception was most expressive of the do-it-herselfer’s talent. Paint chips: Place cards/ Table numbers / Wedding Art I cut out little circles from paint swatches I’d collected over the years (there are perks to being a pack rat) and asked people to sign them with silver sharpie...

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DIY Wedding Warrior Part II: Before the Ceremony

Part II: Before The Ceremony (Continuing this week’s spotlight on the DIY Wedding Warriors: Kat and Nick Toman) For our wedding ceremony, we had plans. But our wedding did not look like anything like the plans we had made. It did, however, turn out to be the happiest  day of...

Mothers Wedding Dress

DIY Wedding Warriors: Sustainable Love from Kat and Nick Toman

This week we are spotlighting a full DIY Wedding! Kat and Nick Toman of Milwaukee, Wis., had creativity not only inspired, but also sustainable. They enlisted the help of small and local businesses; re-purposed Kat’s wedding dress and recycled fabric for her wedding shoes; they even used living centerpieces. Most touching was how they...