Post # 1
How many of you are planning to do much in the way of diy for your wedding? I like to have craft projects going on, but I am also trying to be realistic in that I can’t do too many things before the wedding.
I am planning to make our invitations along with my mother and a friend using cardstock and rubber stamping. I know it will be a lot of work, but as we enjoy making cards anyway, we are all very excited to do this. Then over the weekend, I got some supplies to make tissue paper pomander balls. For some reason I just love those things, but they take a lot of time. I see so many different diy ideas on here, but I don’t want to bite off more than I can chew.
So I was just curious of how many of you were trying to diy your wedding and how much of it.
Post # 3
I also love doing craft projects.
I’m doing the centerpieces, the favors, the place card holders myself. I have already done the save the dates (with a little help from a photo dept) That’s all I plan on doing myself. I don’t want to load too much on my plate & then not be able to get it done myself.
Post # 4
I am doing Tissue Pomanders, invitations, tears of joy, menus, escord cards, possibly favours… It’s all also for October wedding 🙂
Post # 5
i meet with my best girlfriends every thursday night for girls night. i am the first of us to marry. we have already talked about how our girls nights will with time become “work” nights to handle the DIY project tasks.
I think with enough time and planning, you can accomplish a ton!!!
Post # 6
Well, I got the stuff for tissue paper pomanders over the weekend just to see how it would go. If it would look terrible or if it took too much time, I was going to say forget it. But I have been enjoying working on it. I kind of wanting to do that when I get home tonight, but me and the Fiance might go to Target tonight to register!
I will probably be making the centerpieces and I am really unsure of what our favors are going to be, but will end up doing those as well. I have a few friends who will be willing to help out as well, so that will be nice. I just don’t want to overload them either, no matter how eager they are to help.
Post # 7
Here’s my list of DIY projects for my September wedding, including what I’ve done so far.
Bridesmaid Cards – done
Bridal Shoes Bling! – done
Bridal Party Earrings – 1/2 done
Bridesmaid Velvet Hangers w/ bling – done
Flower Girl Headband w/ flower – done
My bouquet – done
Flower Girl Basket – done
Ring Bearer Pillow
Baby/Ring bearer Wagon
Backdrop Garland/Signage for behind head table
Card Box – done
Photo booth cards for tables with photographer website – designed, need to print
Cake Topper Blinged Monogram – done
Ceremony Programs – designed, need finalize and print
Monograms Signs to hang at ceremony – done
Pocketfold Invitations (completely DIY) – designing done, need to order paper and make
Post # 8
My wedding just got moved up 6 months to October so I’m a little panicked! I’m making the invitations, tissue pomander balls (only need 4 though), favors, tote bags for bridesmaids, all the flowers, card box, and the centerpieces. I have a lot of help though.
Post # 9
Oooooo.. the tissue pomander balls are a great idea to use for the ceremony room! those of you who are making them, how are you doing them?
Post # 10
I’m putting ribbon on our votive holders. That’s it, I’m not very crafty. 🙂
Post # 11
…I just spent 3 hours tracing, cutting, stamping/embossing, the liners for our invitation envelopes.
Call my DIY crazy, but they look SMASHING!
Post # 12
Im doing (or have already done)
My invitations, my favors, bouquets, centerpieces, flowergirl basket, broom (well my mom is actually making my broom) veil, pins for bridesmaids hair, boutineers for the guys, programs (although i think im gonna ask one of my bridesmaids to help me) and thats it i think. I actually find working on the crafts helps to take off some of the stress of wedding planning. its very soothing for me…so it works out pretty well 🙂