Display your photo sharing info cards in a camera-shaped holder

Of course, we all want to see as many photos of our creations, friends, and family ASAP after the wedding. I love the idea of giving your guests cards that have a URL to share their photos. So I've slapped together a "some assembly required" template that, when assembled, will form a camera style "box" to hold business cards with your URL for sharing. Feel free to take the "idea" and run with it.


How to make your own Medieval seating chart

Tribesmaid Sunspirit made her seating chart with a Medieval flair. It's absolutely gorgeous, and full of details like knights, shields, mythical animals, and ye olde maps. If you wanna get your Medieval seating chart on, here's a great tutorial.


Dressing up the gun show: How to add a rolled cuff embellishment to a men’s shirt

Long sleeves aren't always a good plan for a man's shirt. Most nice dress shirts seem to come in that too short or too long sleeve, which makes my husband nuts. Rolling the cuff can look messy as the night goes on, but here's a way to find the sweet spot on sleeve length and make it appear effortless. Altering a shirt this way makes a button-down more comfortable for the laid-back guy looking to dress up the gun show.


How to make an obi-inspired wedding sash

A wide belt or sash can really take in and set off a dress. This obi-style belt is easy to make and lets you accessorize any look. You might be trying to coordinate a rainbow of bridesmaids with a common sash, add some extra panache to your gorgeous white ball gown, or trick out your cheetah print pantsuit; in any case, you can make this look your own with a yard of fabric.