DIY Ideas for Your Wedding

by Lynn Lilly, Jun 08 2015

My favorite part of wedding planning was adding a personal touch to enhance the experience. My future husband and I wanted to share our creativity and favorite things with our guests! I hope to inspire you with a few easy DIY  projects, a bridal bouquet tutorial and the perfect bourbon bar! 

Brennan (my now hubby) loves bourbon and wanted to share his favorite bourbons with all of our friends. One of my personal favorites is J. R. Revelry Bourbon, which is perfect served neat, on the rocks or crafted in a cocktail! Check out these easy recipes on J.R. Revelry's website
We added another personalized touch to the bar with a framed sign and photo coasters from Wedding Paper Divas!
Are you stressing over picking a florist? Is your floral budget out of control? Make your own bridal bouquet! Watch my video tutorial on Atlanta & Company  to make your own Bridal Bouquet for under $50. You can use this same technique to create a boutonniere  for your groom.
Make homemade photo props for your guests to take pictures. Have them use a hashtag  so you can check out all the pictures at the end of the night on instagram.
Mason jars, candles sticks, paint, a tea candle, frames, wooden numbers, scrapbook paper and a hot glue gun make for the perfect table decor. 
Let your guests leave their mark on your wedding! Have each guest stamp their thumb on a canvas wedding tree. and sign it.  Get my personal tutorial  to make this thumb print tree!
Send your guests home with an edible treat! Bake mini chocolate chip cookies and package them in a fun container, complete with a personalized favor tag from Wedding Paper Divas.
Thank your guests for "Popping" In with a bag of your favorite popcorn. 
Send your guests home with S'more Love a complete kit (minus the stick) for making s'mores  at home. 
Happy Wedding Planning! 
xoxo- LL

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