Wedding DIY - like Ribbon Wands and bunting
Time to make the hard decisions about what is worth it and what isn't, and what to order. To those invited - if you see something that is easier/better/faster than what I pinned, please pin, but also please comment so I can figure out what to order.
✿ Bouquet a Day ✿ Thursday, May 22, 2014 - A perfect way to easily create a rustic bouquet look with some garden flowers or a super market bouquet. Put the flowers in a container of water, pop the container in a brown paper shopping bag and tie it up with a bow near the top using a piece of jute twine.
Flowers in a bag @Liz Voris I feel like this could have been a thing for your wedding.
Inflate balloons, cover with tulle, tie at bottom. Adorable!
Tutorial on how to make a beaded bracelet out of lace
Shrinky Dink bracelets with a lace pattern
here comes your girl burlap sign
so bubble guns are out and something like this is in, with ribbons on the end and saying "uncle justin, here comes your girl"
maybe justin can use his wood burning kit yet
Doily Banner How-To
I'm not sure if I would buy - but I'm tempted to DIY if I could match it to the lace on my dress. If The Crown Fits.
simpler to use white string instead of doilys?
These fabric balls are adorable and rustic
Circular driveway lighting - this is a pretty important one to me
definitely love these bouts... would this count as a "favor"?
doing this paint strip trick with mickeys might make for some subtle hidden mickeys on the cake table
The lanterns are made by overlapping lace doilies on an inflated balloon and brushing fabric stiffener (or wallpaper glue, or even white glue) onto the doilies. Be sure to cover it completely so that the whole thing hardens and you aren’t left with limp spots. Let the doilies dry overnight to ensure that they are completely dry. The last step is to pop the balloon and pull it out of the opening. The lanterns can be hung with a ribbon or fishing line draped with strands of beads, as was done in o