I once found an old photo album at a thrift store and I remember feeling captivated looking through the photos of those strangers’ lives. The last photo I saw was a wedding photo. Since then I’ve had a fascination with vintage photos as well as incorporating something of myself creatively, like weaving myself into the scene in a way. So I tried embroidering right onto a copy of the photo!
I could see these DIY embroidered vintage photos as a beautiful gift for an engaged couple, a creative way to display your own family wedding photos, or as lovely wedding decor and centerpieces.
Remember these easy-peasy DIY menu candles we created a while back? Here’s a spin on that project that your geeky self can use for a unity candle ceremony and/or for your geeky centerpieces. They’re tall jar candles wrapped in lovely romantic and geeky quotes from your favorite movies and TV shows.
If you’re not that chill with DIY, this ultra easy DIY menu candles project could be the one task you feel comfortable undertaking in your DIY wedding efforts. It takes about 20 minutes total and is pretty inexpensive, even if you need a ton of them. Here’s what you’ll need to create these DIY menu candles for your reception tables…
We can’t stop admiring this colorful ombre painted pumpkin centerpiece we found at Oh Happy Day. It could be an offbeat fall centerpiece or a perfectly whimsical spring or summer centerpiece. That’s what’s awesome about these particular color choices.
We’ve already tested out DIYing your own felt succulents for a felt flower bouquet or centerpiece and it checked out as easy-peasy. But if you’re already overloaded with craft projects, down to the wire, or just plain suck at DIY, this felt succulents kit will make a DIY fabric flower bouquet dead easy. The kit comes with everything you need to make 18 succulent plants, including some seriously styling ombre leaves.
Vanessa and Octavia had their industrial garden party wedding at the super industrial-chic venue, Tap Architecture in Oklahoma City. Our favorite part was their centerpiece decor that made their already gorgeously rough interior even more vintage-fabulous. The pair re-painted and re-covered all the lamps and lampshades used as centerpieces, cut custom fabric as table runners, and collected old books as decor. It was a labor of love that made us swoon for the homey vibe.