DIY for days at this laid-back Pennsylvania wedding on a working farm

Molly and Clement’s amazing laid-back Pennsylvania wedding was at a working farm, Mountain Dale farm in Central Pennsylvania. It was a full-on DIYed event with decor make by Molly, found from thrift stores and exchanges. Think flag garlands, silk flower garlands, old map signs, and real flowers provided by friends and family.
Don't miss the "event barn" that featured knickknacks, old furniture, the DIYed photo booth, and so much more.

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The groom rocked the DIYed art details at this historic schoolhouse wedding

Travis and Gerianna met through their mutual love of Disneyland which you know means that their aesthetic will be on point. They enjoy dancing, going to Dapper Day, and are artsy as hell. Plus, the clincher: Travis planned EVERYTHING! He's a graphic designer so he created their invitations, the newspaper with the day's details, stained the crates, painted mini recreations of works of art for each table, hand-lettered all the signs. It was a creative undertaking!

Don't miss the faux hawk at this ultra beautiful DIYed wedding

Ria and Will are both tax lawyers so their wedding day was infused with lawyer jokes, beginning with their hashtag, #filingjointly. Ria also has a daring but soft side, so her hair was swept up in an amazing faux-hawk. She finished the look with her signature hot pink lipstick and vintage jewelry.

Ria went wild with DIY including the cake (a spice cake with cream cheese icing!), handcrafted invitations, dried floral bouquets, and amazing centerpieces. She painted every wooden flower and picked every vintage tea cup for the tables. It was an event full of love, humor, and tons of artistry.

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A "crafternoon" wedding with painting, melted glass, and a rooftop ceremony

Our wedding was an all day event for all our family and friends. Our focus was art, making, adventure, and, of course, love. We planned a beautiful rooftop afternoon ceremony in Pilsen, at Lacuna Artists Lofts. This graffiti-filled, mixed use space was amazing and beautiful. It also got our small-town families out of the Loop. After the ceremony, we put all of our 100 guests onto chartered buses and took them to Lillstreet Art Center for four different art classes and snacks for a "crafternoon!"

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These Perler bead centerpieces WILL MELT YOUR FACE WITH AWESOME

Let it be known that this industrious couple hand-placed over 56,000 Perler beads for their New Jersey wedding. THERE ARE NO WORDS FOR THE AWESOME. But I shall say some anyway. Alyssa and Ryan (who met playing Ultimate Frisbee which is one of my fave things ever) and sealed the deal at their wedding this past June… after hours and hours of assembling some very amazeballs Perler bead centerpieces. What do you get with 56,000+ beads? I'll tell you. More than 240 flowers and a couple of very adorable cartoon self-portraits. Take a look — they've got roses, and calla lilies and tiger lilies and irises and boatloads more. Sadly (well, I would be sad!), none of the flowers remain in Alyssa and Ryan's possession. At the end of the night, all 240 flowers had been scuttled away by guests who know a damn good thing when they see it!