I'm an artist and I wanted the invitations to reflect our personalities as well as the casual party vibe we want to set for our New Year's Eve wedding. I printed all the invitations on our standard home printer, and set to work spattering them (and myself) with watered down acrylics in the backyard.
This is Offbeat Bride's archive of Invitation DIY posts.
We've got tons of invitation projects for you, and more invitation inspiration here: http://offbeatbride.com/filed/wedding-porn/invitations and advice about wording here: http://offbeatbride.com/filed/advice/invitation-advice
When my sister was planning her camping-themed wedding she was adamant that (due to budgetary constraints and DIY overload) she did not want to have traditional paper programs. Enter the digital program.
Halloween 2013 means it's a great year for superstition-themed parties! A save-the-date is a great way to establish the mood of your party, and since we're going with superstitions, what is more superstitious than a broken mirror? Here's how to make them yourself…
Instead of bridesmaids or groomsmen we're having a Wedding Crew. Which, seeing as how 90% of us met via our Pirate Kickball League (underground/rebel pirate more than "yaaar!" Pirate) we thought it was fitting to go with the pirate theme for this little project. Hope this inspires you to do something fun for your crew if you have the time and the desire to do so!
Bookmarks are a small canvas for expressing yourself. Typically only a few square inches, there’s still plenty of room for information and illustration. Whether you’re saving the page or saving the date, a bookmark is a simple but effective DIY project you can tackle. Here’s how to make your own custom bookmarks, complete with tassel.