Hey guys! I am here to post my tutorial on the "mini veil" that I wore on my wedding day (you may know it as Breana and Caleb's Elvis-officiated vintage-inspired wedding). I like to call it my Lady Gaga veil, and this is how you can make one for yourself.
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We made chopstick sleeves using some leftover travel-themed wrapping paper from our envelope liners. We then printed out each adult guest's name onto extra linen card stock and ended up with functional chopstick sleeve place cards that we made like this…
Looking for some ceremony archway inspiration? We have seen some awesome arches, gazebo decorations, and chuppahs. Folks are spiffing up their ceremony space with all kinds of things like paper pom-poms, signs, fans, light sabers, ribbons, and some are even making their own arches. Check out some of our faves and put some bling on that archway.
After seeing these burlap bunting/banners around, I decided I could make them myself. Here's how to make these rustic burlap banners very easily and inexpensively.
Hold the freaking phone — here's an awesome way to ad a little spice to your wedding shoes by DIYing your own LED shoe clips. WTFOMGYESWATCHTHIS…
Looking for a inventive way to show-off your engagement photos at your wedding? Or perhaps a favor that is more personal and jazzy? Spice up your favors with this 3D photo collage that will have your guests gushing.
I bought my wedding shoes very early on, and soon became victim to major shoe envy. So I thought, how can I get dream shoes without spending all my money!? It turned out they were just missing some sparkle!
You know what I love? Wedding dress photos. You know what I hate? Hangers that advertise where you got your dry cleaning done. With Alexis' cute hanger tutorial, you can easily go from boring hanger, to awesome way to jazz up your wedding photos!
Creating all sorts of useful wedding decor options can be as easy as using lace fabric as a stencil to spray paint a lacy pattern onto butcher paper!