I've always wanted to be the person to write the formal definition of "DIY" for weddings. God knows, I've learned it the hard way. Both in planning my own DIY wedding in 2004, and in helping brides and grooms with the Do-It-Yourself bug find ways to make their personal mark on their wedding planning.
There are no rules about how DIY works for weddings. As a full-service wedding planner, I'd be lying if I didn't say the phrase Do-It-Yourself (or DIY) has made me groan a LOT of times.
No one wants to throw a total snooze-fest wedding or bore their guests to tears. No worries though; there are a ton of super offbeat and inexpensive wedding entertainment ideas that'll make your guests remember your wedding for years!
doesn't it seem a little odd that wheelbarrows and haystacks are trending with modern, tech-savvy brides? I definitely thought so. I caught up with some of six brilliant rustic wedding experts to get the scoop on why rustic wedding details are at an all-time popularity with 21st century brides.
Fortunately, there are several DIY wedding projects that can be cost-effective and fun, although they're all a little bit time-consuming. But that's exactly what the motivated bride and groom want -- something that costs them more time than money.
I'm a rookie wedding cake maker after a friend asked if I'd take a stab at her wedding cake. Piece of cake, right? Not exactly.
We love these decorative jars from The Budget Savvy Bride. because they look high-end but are actually very inexpensive to