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Wedding dresses, wedding planning tools, and wedding ideas. Bridal & Bridesmaid, Formal Gowns. Will You Be My Bridesmaid? It is more than acceptable to take your friends to lunch and ask them to be your bridesmaids.

Will You Be My Bridesmaid?

Or you can get crazy and whip a fabulous little box full of delightfulness like Bethany. Most of her bridesmaids-to-be lived far from her. Given how very much they meant to her, she did not want to text them and ask them to play a major role in her wedding. Bethany had a great “Will You Be My Bridesmaid?” Project. The outside of the box got two to three coats of light ivory to cover up the natural wood aura, and inside was treated to one layer of ivory, too. Bethany used a few sets of playfully calligraphic adhesive letters. Then it was time to tackle the contents. Bethany wanted to lay out all the details about the wedding. In the boxes, she placed photos of an inspiration board and paint chips to show where she was going with her color scheme. Silk-Flower Ring Pillow - Martha Stewart Weddings Planning & Tools. Silk flowers add elegance to a ring pillow.

Silk-Flower Ring Pillow - Martha Stewart Weddings Planning & Tools

A crisp fabric holds its shape well; we used silk dupion, shantung, and taffeta. For petals, cut straight-sided ovals with scallop shears. For the flowers on the garland, our petals were 8 by 16 inches; for the flowers on the tables, 5 by 12 inches or 6 by 14 inches; for the 6-inch ring pillow and the flower girls' bouquets, 4 by 8 inches. Silk-Flower Ring Pillow How-To 1. 2. Bridesmaid Survival Guide, Wedding Wreaths, Birch Candle Holders. I know that you are going to go nuts over these DIY Bridesmaid Survival Kits… I am working on getting complete instructions for these, but in the meantime, I found the miniature suitcases at Land of Nod (random, I know).

Bridesmaid Survival Guide, Wedding Wreaths, Birch Candle Holders

Fill each one with all of the necessities that a bridesmaid would need…a small sewing kit, safety pins, mints, gum, things like that. Next, this oh-so-perfect “Kissing Tree.” As an alternative to the clinking of glasses, the guests approach the tree and pluck off a matchbook. The MC then reads aloud what they have to do to have the bride and groom kiss. From the bride… “The kissing tree was an alternative to the clinking of glasses. To Make the Kissing Tree… Insert tall, sturdy branches into the base of a vase (using the green styrofoam). This DIY wreath is so incredibly elegant… To Make the Wreath… The round white wreath is made from a Styrofoam round, square edge, wreath and white iridescent tissue paper. Letter Blocks. Our new Letter Blocks were a huge hit at Swiss Days.

Letter Blocks

If you made it into our booth you might have noticed our LOVE and BOO blocks on display. What's great about this project is how easy it is to make. You'll have a finished project in no time! Decide what word you want to display.Pick coordinating papers that complement the word.Locate pictures to go with the theme and you're ON YOUR WAY to making your own fun set of blocks. Here's what you need to make your own set... For you to Gather:3, 4 or 6 blocks (depending on word). Step 1:Determine the theme that you want to display. Step 2:Prepare your pictures. Be sure to print your pictures using a LASER printer! Step 3: The cut ends of the wood absorb more glue than the grained ends. Apply a thin layer of glue to the first side of one block. Step 4:Once the glue is dry, carefully sand the edges of each block.

Protect your project with several light coats of decoupage glue or matte Acrylic spray. That's all that's to it! Women who are too pushy: A man's point of view - Chicago Relationship Advice. There has been some rebuttal about my last article from some male readers. They would like their version of the story told versus just a woman’s point of view. I am a fair writer, and I am always open to the opposite sex’s opinion, so here is my attempt to translate their side. The problem that some men feel arises when it comes to commitment is that women become too pushy. Instead of letting the relationship naturally flow, it feels as if we are constantly seeking something more. Women want to quickly place a label on the relationship and then attach a disclaimer of rules that both parties have to follow. A major pressure issue that surfaces for many men is the step towards marriage. The trick to commitment and relationship progression is to have patience. Though I have taken a different approach to this subject, I am not completely backing down from my original argument.

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