Can't afford vases for the wedding at $5.00 a pop? Know a few winos? Then we have the solution for you!
This is Offbeat Bride's archive of DIY posts.
Where we bring you the greatest do it yourself wedding projects from our Contributing DIY Editor Liz Gubernatis and from the wonderful minds of our offbeat brides.
Here's a DIY option to make your own personalized awesome toasting flutes with glass etching and a toast them. (Get it?!) Seriously, glass etching is a super simple craft — you'll love it!
After getting a tea shop favor quote that was $400 over-budget, one bride decided to come up with her own tea favors on the cheap with a rockin' name to boot! Here's how you can do the same.
The world needs more awesome friends like Vicki, who made her buddy a Doctor Who-themed card box as a surprise! (Hint: it's bigger on the inside!)
These cotton muslin drawstring bags are an easy way to wrap wedding favors. Stamp them with your own design and you can fill them with pretty much anything!
Kristen once showed you how to make a sewing pattern out of existing clothes, now she's showing you how to make backstage passes for your rock 'n' roll wedding.
Cool props can make a regular photo shoot go from good to super fantastic wonderful AWESOME. Learn to make amazing signs that look great no matter what type of setting you choose. Then make them for your engagement session, for your wedding day photo booth, or even for your "thank you" cards!
Friends who got married two years ago told us that serving communion during their wedding was one of the most meaningful things of their entire ceremony. But of course, we couldn't exactly just have plain ol' bread… I figured I just had to make RAINBOW BREAD!