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Let's talk DIY! Advice, pros & cons, projects, products, designs, incorporating it into your wedding planning, tips, tricks - if it's DIY we want to chat about it!

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Spring 2012

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What DIY projects are you seeing brides doing more of?

I have noticed that a lot of brides are doing their own wedding invitations. Even opting to send everything electronically, including an email RSVP.

Started by DIY Weddings Magazine Jun 8, 2011.

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Comment by We Can Package on February 2, 2015 at 11:22pm

Here is a DIY tutorial on, making kissing balls:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0pOoj8CuePI

Comment by We Can Package on February 14, 2013 at 10:21pm

Here is a simple DIY project that we made with our burlap twine. Jute pen can be used for your rustic wedding guestbook:

http://www.wecanpackage.com/blogs/blog/7343110-diy-burlap-twine-pen

 

Comment by AJ's Fiestas on February 8, 2013 at 12:35pm

DIY Weddings Help brides on a budget and can be great fun too.

check out our tips for budget weddings http://blissweddingsuk.blogspot.co.uk/

or

Take a look at our DIY wedding favours and decorations www.blissweddingfavours.co.uk

Comment by Blue Collar Bride on February 3, 2012 at 11:41am

SWEET GIVEAWAY FOR YOUR CANDY BUFFET!

Candy buffets are popular for a reason! They’re pretty to look at and can be tailored to suit the colors and style of your wedding. This giveaway comes to us from Senseless Sophistication, an Etsy shop specializing in handmade labels, signs, favors, and more for your wedding. For details, visit Blue Collar Bride!

Comment by BeautyFULLY by Sabrina on January 4, 2012 at 7:58pm

Think primer, not powder.

Well, you can use some powder, but too much can make your face look pale and flat in photos. Instead, start by applying foundation primer and eyeshadow base--which are "critical" products for any bride. They'll keep your makeup in place for hours and hours but don't steal your glow like too much setting powder can. www.beautyfully.net



 

Comment by BeautyFULLY by Sabrina on January 4, 2012 at 7:54pm

Brides - Glow, don't glitter.

Assuming you want to look radiant, not like you doused yourself in sparkles, avoid highlighters, blushes and powder that contain mica, "These can make skin appear overly shiny and reflect too much light in photos," Safe bets: the Yves Saint Laurent Highlighter Palette or the Benefit "10" bronzer/highlighter duo. For more tips and to book your appointment www.beautyfully.net  Hope this helps:)



 

Comment by DIY Weddings Magazine on December 23, 2011 at 11:08pm

Kate - very cool! You two must be so proud. You must send me final pictures of your brew with labels on so we can do a feature on it on our website. This would be great to share with our readers. Stay in touch with me.

Comment by Blue Collar Bride on December 21, 2011 at 3:02pm

Not your run of the mill DIY wedding project, but I'm just so proud I have to show it off! This is my wedding beer in the making- my fiancee and I are brewing it up for our guests. For anyone interested in doing the same, check out my post on the topic: 

http://www.bluecollarbride.com/mancraft-suggestion-diy-wedding-beer/

 

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