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We have a lot in common! Aside from our kick ass name…we both love Disneyland (we are honeymooning there) and are getting married.
Let me know if you need ideas. Hell, my cupcacke tower matches your theme so hit me up!
Today I set up the decorations for the wedding so I could take pictures for my day of planner Mari Mar Mar!
Favor Table -
Guest Table -
Dessert Table -
(The chalkboard will have the cupcake flavors - yes I made it and the scrabble tiles and the cake topper)
Cocktail Tables -
There are 4 so here’s an example of 2
111 days left to go!
I’ve been working on updating the space and love the idea of shelves over the toilet
So I got a few from Target that I loved. And all night, I attempted to drill holes into the wall. I finally had to give up. The wall won. Who knew you could melt screws anyway?
DIY fail - on to plan B!
I found this great blog full of DIY ideas around the home. One of the posts was ‘A Year in Mantels’ and all I could think of was:
Unfortunately for me, I don’t have a mantel. But I do have a book case with a very lonely top shelf!
So I took some ideas from her version
Then made my own
Most everything I had already, minus the window frame which I got from Pier 1. The rest I just made quickly (like the flags and mason jar).
This will now become a tradition. I get that summer just got here but I’m really looking forward to the rest of the seasons!
Here’s a little secret, my bouquets have been done for a few months now. They just needed to be finished off by wrapping them.
I decided on the twine and a little bit of ribbon. This purple is close to the bridesmaid dresses but not dead on - which I love!
Instead of a guest book, we are having wish jars. I decided to wrap these ones as well thanks to another Pinterest inspiration.
I’m having a rustic - vintage themed wedding in about 4 months, so be prepared for DIY spam!
I’ve seen a lot of old suitcases that are used as card holders.
A few months ago, I searched Etsy and found an adorable yellow one with polka dots. Then off to Micheal’s where I got the wooden letters. Sister painted them while we watched movies (my go to Martha Stewart Pearl color). These letters already had staples on the back of them so it was super easy to put it on twine and hang them up.
Once the night is done, we just need to snap it up and go home!
*all supplies can be found at your local fabric/craft store for under $30.
What you’ll need:
1. Clear glass
2. Diamond glaze (or another glass glue)
3. Magazine of your choice
4. X-Acto Knife
1. Trace around the glass with an X-Acto knife- pop out the desired section.
2. Using a brush, apply glue to the glass, then apply the paper. Once dry, you can apply your magnets.