This post is gonna be blunt. Here's the hard truth: you can't just glue some lace around a mason jar, stick in some baby's breath, and put it on a wood slice. That's not enough to make a centerpiece. Well, it's not enough to make a centerpiece that looks good. Those kind of centerpieces look good in your mind, but they don't look good in reality, and they don't photograph well.
Most venues have an arch, arbor, or gazebo to use for your wedding ceremony, but they usually don't provide any decor for it, so I've seen a lot of people asking how to decorate their arch, and which fabrics are best (don't use tulle). If you have an upcoming DIY wedding, read on to find out the best 5 fabrics that look the best draped on arches, arbors, ceilings, and wedding tables.
Grace recently sent us some pictures of her wedding that we just had to share with you all. I asked her who did the decorating, and she told me, “I did not have a wedding planner so this was me giving detailed instructions, and the venue following it to the T!” Very well done!
My sister-in-law once joked that Macklemore's "Thrift Shop" song was our family anthem. We were raised on thrift store finds, and still to this day, I love thrift stores and garage sales! I like unique and weird stuff and finding things at a second-hand store is like treasure hunting.
Invitation suites, table numbers, wedding signs, place cards, thank you cards- you can make all of these yourself and print them on your home computer!
But if you are tired of the same old Microsoft Word fonts, and want something different, something unique and more personal to you, what do you do? You download a new font!