A brilliant package of monochromatic yellow DIY wedding flowers from The Grower's Box (www.GrowersBox.com). Stock, Freesia, Snapdragons and Gerbera Daisies come together to provide ample flowers for decorating for weddings and events.
You can make this simple DIY vintage rustic centerpiece with mason jars, baby's breath, and silk rose buds for your wedding, shower, or home! Find inspiration for your wedding on Pinterest and floral supplies for your DIY wedding at Afloral.com. #afloral
Once the rosé is gone, don't be quick to rid of those wine bottles until you've seen this DIY wedding idea. Start by soaking some empty wine bottles until the labels come off. After they're clean and dry, spray paint each bottle with at least two coats of metallic paint in metallic shades like rose gold. You can also coat one in glitter to create a cluster of unique wedding centerpieces.
One of the easiest ways to save money on your wedding is to buy your wedding flowers in bulk and DIY them yourself (or hire it out to someone looking to build their portfolio). For our wedding, we bought our flowers in bulk from a local wildflower farm and saved a bundle! Here are my top 5 places to buy flowers in bulk for your wedding:
Wedding planning is a multi-layered process with many decisions. Searching for ways to save is crucial for smaller wedding budgets, but a lot of couples go the DIY route without fully understanding how much time, energy and money it actually requires. Take flowers. Hiring professional florists is often expensive —especially painful when line items (like catering) already take up a huge chunk of the wedding budget. On the other hand, it takes years to learn how to make beautiful bouquets…