Thursday, May 31, 2012
Fall in love all over again when you see this beautiful bouquet--purple throated flowers give it a multi-dimensional look that pulls every eye to the bride on this special day! Sometimes you fall in love at first sight... this is one of those times (oh, I didn't mean with your groom!)
Monday, May 28, 2012
Are you a peacock bride? Do you want to add some bright colored feathers to your decor? Your bouquet? Your centerpieces? HGTV has a wreath that is sure to please! Bright colors, great texture, perfect for decorating! Not only that, you can make one yourself! Oh yeah! Just the thing! Inexpensive wow factors for your wedding!
Just go to HGTV's site and look for their easy Christmas crafts. There it is! The whole tutorial is there and available for you, step by step. Simple. Easy. Yes, this is an EEEBCDI! (Easy Enough Even Bill Can Do It). Which for those of you who read my DIY blog know means I tested how easy it was to execute by having my husband attempt to pull it off and have it look great. So yes, this is easy, so grab your groom and have him help you out!
Friday, May 18, 2012
Every aisle needs a way to decorate each row of chairs or pews. While this trick won't work on a pew, it will work on rows of chairs. Love the way the tulle has been wound around the black chairs for the aisle decorations. It might take a little practice but it should be pretty easy to pull off! Pick up three colors of tulle at your favorite fabric store and get to work. A lot less expensive than having flowers at the end of each row and the combination of colors! Looks so so good!
Thursday, May 17, 2012
Lanterns light up your life, and your wedding! I'm liking these pretty in pink lanterns accented with black! Perfect for that very feminine bride. What do you think? Would you just love to have some of these? Wedding? Shower? Or even just at home?
Friday, May 11, 2012
Need an inexpensive way to decorate the altar or make a backdrop for your ceremony? Martha Stewart Weddings shows you how to decorate for your ceremony (or for your reception) on a budget.
She suggests using baby's breath as an inexpensive option to more expensive orchids and roses. These pretty and inexpensive flowers are dainty and feminine and perfect for a wedding. Add some ribbon on the wreaths and to hang the largest wreath and just drape your floral garland.
For directions head to Martha's site for how to take some simple basic wreath forms and turn it into this spectacular swag.