Colorful DIY Origami Wedding Wishes

Colorful DIY Origami Wedding Wishes
It’s a great idea! Your guests can write a wish or advice on the back of origami paper, and after wedding you can fold the pieces into DIY Wedding Wishes and keep them in a jar or bowl in your home. Then open them on your first year anniversary! For making this project you will... 
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Vintage DIY Cake Stands For Your Wedding Table

Vintage DIY Cake Stands For Your Wedding Table
It isn’t difficult to create cake stands yourself, so let’s try! Then you can place gorgeous cakes or cute cupcakes on them. You’ll need a vintage plate, a glass candlestick, a crystal drawer pull, epoxy glue, ruler, sharpie, popsicle stick, Q-tip and something to mix your epoxy in. Find the half way point on the back... 
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Great DIY Cement Centerpieces For Your Wedding Day

Great DIY Cement Centerpieces For Your Wedding Day
These décor details will be perfect for industrial styled weddings, just gather the supplies and begin creating! It will be fun! The supplies are Quikrete concrete mix, cardboard boxes, duct tape, other bottles of various shapes, X-acto knife, tarp or plastic sheet, large bucket (for mixing concrete in) and mixing stick. Start by cutting your... 
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Vintage DIY Wood Table Numbers For Your Wedding

Vintage DIY Wood Table Numbers For Your Wedding
Looking for table number ideas for your rustic wedding? We have one! You’ll need pieces of wood, cardstock paper, inkjet printer, scissors, Elmer’s glue, Modge Podge and foam brush. First determine the design you want to transfer on the wood. With your foam brush paint a smooth layer of Elmer’s glue on a piece of... 
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Natural DIY Wedding Centerpiece Moss Pots

Natural DIY Wedding Centerpiece Moss Pots
These pots will look so beautiful on your wedding table and your guests will appreciate it! You’ll need Portland cement, peat moss, dried or fresh moss, a bowl or object to create a mold, rubber working gloves and water. Pour concrete over molding piece. Then make sure it’s thick – otherwise it might crumble. Now... 
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DIY Garden-Inspired Floral Centerpiece For Your Wedding

DIY Garden-Inspired Floral Centerpiece For Your Wedding
Create floral centerpieces for your wedding yourself to make them more personalized. It isn’t so difficult, just repeat the steps of the tutorial. First establish the shape and size using a branch or foliage with a graceful shape. You can follow this with fruit and a layer of flat leaves at the base. Next add chamomile... 
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Romantic DIY Table Centerpiece For Your Wedding

Romantic DIY Table Centerpiece For Your Wedding
If you don’t like too many décor details and prefer minimalism, you need to create this table centerpiece for your wedding day. It’s an easy-to-make DIY and you don’t need too much time to repeat steps of the tutorial. For making this project you will need just bottles, paints and flowers. First of all you... 
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Chic DIY Gold Painted Vases For A Wedding Centerpiece

Chic DIY Gold Painted Vases For A Wedding Centerpiece
It’s a very easy way to turn your simple vases into chic and stylish décor elements for any wedding. So for this project you will need glass milk bottles or any other glass vases, foam paintbrush, liquid leaf gold paint and newspaper or paper towels. First pour liquid leaf into a bowl that you don’t... 
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Colorful DIY Mosaic Skull Wedding Centerpiece

Colorful DIY Mosaic Skull Wedding Centerpiece
If you are planning a Mexican wedding, or just a Cinco de mayo soiree, then you need something really typical. During this celebration you’ll often see hundreds of beautifully decorated skulls, some painted, some adorned with beads and some covered in mosaic tiles, so let’s make a magnificent skull as a wedding centerpiece. You’ll need... 
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11 Beautiful DIY Floral Centerpieces For A Spring Wedding

11 Beautiful DIY Floral Centerpieces For A Spring Wedding
A floral centerpiece is perhaps the most natural thing for any type of wedding but especially for spring and summer ones. We’ve already told you of some ideas of spring wedding centerpieces but what if you have a nice bunch of flowers and don’t want to hire a florist? Well, you don’t need a florist... 
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