(Closed) Most “shippable” DIYs

posted 8 years ago in DIY
Post # 3
752 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2010 - Ocean View Villas/Jasmine Seafood Restaurant

It doesn’t have to do with shipping but one of the headaches I had is the trying to DIY in the last couple days before the wedding after arriving to our destination.  I would stick to paper goods and hardy things that can’t break.  You could DIY gifts for your BMs, your personal accessories, or guestbook.  These are items that don’t have to be done in bulk. 

Post # 4
439 posts
Helper bee

I have to ship all my DIYs from Florida (right now) and Colorado (as of next June) back to Michigan.  I’m going to ship all my paper goods and other things that aren’t likely to get ruined.

My Future Mother-In-Law is an antique hunter and thrift store queen, so I’m going to give her some money and ask her to pick up things for me back home.

Post # 5
1518 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

Napkin Rings! made with wire braclett wire and glass beads

Cones out of paper for the flower petals to be thrown at the send-off

Programs- we used fans.. attached the program paper to them and tied a ribbon around them

Trivia cards for the dancing area tables- half had generic wedding triva questions and half had questions about my husband and I.

If you have family or someone (in the place of the wedding) that is willing to store things for you then i would recommend it. We picked out all the centerpieces and other breakable things in the town we got married and stored them at my parent’s house. 


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