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Jessica of Wednesday Inc shows us how to make those gorgeous twine chandeliers from the inspiration shoot she shared with us this morning. Using balloons, glue and twine, you can also make these lanterns for your wedding – and then bring it home and use it as your very own mid century lampshade. What you will need are: balloons, glue, yarn, tray for glue, corn starch 1/2 cup of Corn starch, 1/4 cup of Warm water, clear fast drying spray paint, hanging lamp cord or fishing line (depending on your desired final product), and a lighting kit if you’re looking for a fully functional lantern.
According to TheWeddingReport.com , 'Rustic Weddings' are the new trending wedding theme! It seems that brides-to-be are in love with the charm, vintage feel and simple elegance of barn yard venues and wildflower bouquets that embody this theme. Think natural elements mixed with a western vibe and bring that all together with fun DIY crafting sessions. And in true country style- bring in the entire fam to help you out! It might sound like a lot of work but we've made it easy for you with these eight suggestions you can try for your own rustic-themed wedding! 1.
Two best friends became husband and wife today. They had an Alice in Wonderland theme and let me tell you, it was a photographer’s dream. So many bright and fun colors. The day was mixed with joy and laughter as Kyle and Becca realized their life is just beginning.
My office/craft area is becoming a nursery so I am working hard at getting all my random craft stuff under control and organized. With more free time from not shooting I am going a little crazy with DIY projects for her room. To name a few things I am currently making: a platform bed, a rug, curtain rods, a picture wall, a mobile, some custom artwork….and that is all after I convinced Chris to help me tear out carpet and put in painted wood floors! He’s a bit of a pushover for both his girls As I finish up things I’ll post pictures…. In the meantime, I needed a few containers and opted to go the repurposing route….
dress: robert bullock belt: littlewhitedresser via etsy hair clip: anthropologie bow tie: xoelle via etsy shoes: goodwill large letters: summerland via etsy centerpieces: vintage frames, apothecary jars, wood stumps , and moss flowers: pike place market, arranged by a friend makeup: jenny bowker venue and catering: treehouse point dessert: dahlia amanda and liam met in 8th grade. they were joined by a small gathering of family and friends in fall city, wa, all the way from austin, tx to enjoy an overnight celebration among the trees, treehouses, trails, and hammocks. i could not have been more honored to be a part of the day. thank you.
Is anyone else going to scream if they hear "Macarena" one more time? Thought so. With so many different music choices, there’s no reason to go with a by-the-book wedding playlist. Show off your couple personality with songs that reflect your style -- and don’t sound like every other wedding you’ve ever been to. We’ve even done the work for you! Go straight with one sound style, or mix and match for an eclectic assortment that’ll have your guests up on their feet all night.
Despite being Gaga for pop, it makes us want to “Shout” when wedding DJs play the same songs “Time After Time.” Make it more than a mindless “Celebration” with our favorite indie picks. First Dance First
et voila! A DIY bathroom caddy perfect for a powder room or guest bathroom . (Hey, you might as well put it somewhere people can admire your creativity!)
Posted on April 27, 2009 by Christina By Amanda Colyer For our DIY Wedding
I fell hard for these perfectly adorable save the dates that the hugely talented Marilyn Chien designed. She and her fiance are total foodies and wanted to find a fun way to capture that in their save the dates. Here is what they came up with! From Marilyn… The story of our Save the Dates is quite simple. I love baking (especially cupcakes) and my fiance is a pastry chef at Nobu.