(Closed) Your DIY Project List

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Post # 3
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2013

@DarthBetty:  how did you do your mr and mrs signs? pictures? what’s on the guest book table? How did you build the photobooth?

Post # 5
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Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: July 2013 - UK

@lawbride88:  I made bride and groom signs by buying wooden letters, painting them in our wedding colours, and sticking them onto cloth bunting which I made earlier.

For a guestbook, I made a book with cloth, wooden letters and more bunting. It’s going to go with a photo printer and some props so that guests can print a photo from their camera or phone and stick it in next to their message.

Don’t know how OP did it, but those are my ideas.

Post # 6
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

@DarthBetty:  wow that is an intense list! My biggest DIY project were making my wedding favors. I also wanted to make custom stamps myself of our initials to place on top of our favors. I probably overshot that project, but whatever.
– I contemplated making part of our wedding centerpieces but I think I may just end up leaving that to our decorator now
– I am designing our RSVP cards by replicating them in the same style as our printed invites
– Contemplating making my own lace veil, but I’m still searching for a good tutorial and I’m trying to decide if it’s worth the effort :p
– We may do a chalkboard sign for the wedding program instead of handing out paper programs for everyone. Again, we’re contemplating.
– may do spray painted block letters of the first letter of our names
– table numbers

I probably have some more DIY projects I can’t remember. My head’s been swimming with wedding planning

Post # 7
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2013

@Rachel631:  Thank you for sharing! So creative! 

Post # 8
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Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: July 2013 - UK

@lawbride88:  Thanks! I have a huge list of DIY to get through, including…

– Lifesize cutouts (done!)

– Wish you were here area (partly done)

– Photowall

– Table numbers

– Centrepieces (partly done)

– Bouquets (partly done)

– Guestbook area (partly done)

– 400m of bunting

– Bunting signage (partly done)

– Sweet buffet (partly done)

– Entire evening buffet

– Headpiece (done)

– Blackboard

– Programmes and children’s activity pull outs (partly done)

– Invitations (done)

– Misc. decor

– Cake stands

– Pinatas (partially done)

It’s quite a lot, and I’m getting increasingly nerous about it…

Post # 9
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

ooh my DIY list :

1. Mr & Mrs Sign w/ burlap

2. centerpieces (working currently)

3. Chalkoard sign to have ppl use #somethingcreativei haven’t thought of yet on instagram

4. seating arrangements onto window pane using glass paint and stencils

5. BMs champagne glasses

 

ahh it sounds like alot but I feel like i have things started all over so its not overwhelming lol

Post # 10
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: January 2014

Flower petal aisle runner

Ceremony/reception sign

Wood slice save the date magnets

Cake topper

My shoes

My headband

Possibly a veil, I get a free one with my dress, but I think I want a juliet cap and they don’t sell those there.

Program fans

Music

Writing our ceremony

Menus

Place cards

Invites

Decor (including centerpeices)

Maybe a cardbox, not sure because I’ve got a wishing well for the cards, but I don’t think I love how it looks

Table numbers

Possibly a cake stand

I don’t think we’re doing favours but if we are I’ll DIY them

Childrens books

Seating chart

Post # 11
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Helper bee

I did:

Signs for our menu, guest book (2), and disposable cameras (3). The latter 5 were in hand-painted frames.

Centerpieces with dried flowers and moss (18)

My earrings

My birdcage veil (which I won’t use, I think)

Dried flower boutonnieres (15)

My bouquet

Programs

Invitations (ceremony/party and welcome dinner)

Signs to direct people where they need to be

A welcome package map of all our wedding locations

 

My mom did:

My bracelet

6 nice tablecloths and runners, plus other table decor

Silverware bundles tied with ribbons

Alterations on my dress

Welcome bags (15)

 

Fiance is doing:

Flowers for the ceremony space

Yardwork at ceremony and reception space

Designing the ceremony

Post # 13
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342 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2013

I’ve been taking things off my list as time runs short, and let’s face it – I don’t want to do anything the week of the wedding!

I have the following left

– Rehearsal dinner invitations

– Sand Ceremony (whatever we plan on doing)

– Finish card box

– Signage for everything (Ceremony, Tables, Reserved, etc.)

– Kids room stuff

– Escort cards and set-up

– Broom for jumping the broom

– Ceremony Programs

– Mr. and Mrs. Signs

– And maybe Out of Town bags

 

Lot’s to do, and hopefully can just get stuff done one by one.

Post # 14
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285 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2013

1) table numbers

2) escort cards 

3) stumps for ceromony (fi is doing these) 

4) 5 framed chalkboards (2 frames purchased)

5) invitations (partly done)

6) cards box 

7) dessert table cards 

8) mr and mrs signs (fi is doing this too) 

9) guest book (done)

 

Post # 15
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2013

@jmarvellous:  i love that your list goes … _ did … _ did … fi doing.  lol

Post # 16
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2014

My DIY list is a *tad* aggressive, but this is what I have finished so far:

Petal aisle runner

Card box 

177 ribbon/send off wands

350 personalized drink stirrers

89 save the date cards

50′ of paper flower & bead garland

160 crocheted fortune cookie favors 

160 pyramid boxes for the cookies that serve as escort cards

Crocheted garters (keep & toss)

 

My in progress ones:

1000 origami cranes (at 300)

3-tier cathedral veil (finishing the beading)

Over sized painted paper flower for the centerpieces (the cranes are part of this too)

Bridesmade jewelry (one set of necklace/earrings complete)

Bridal jewelry (statement necklace about 1/4th done)

 

As I finish one, I add another. That way I can work on what I feel like and it doesn’t feel like a chore.  I love making stuff, so I have gone a bit crazy.

 

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