A fun loving, adventure seeking, do-it-yourself kind of gal, located in CT. I have a background in Marketing and enjoy writing, reading, and tapping into my creativity in many ways from marketing campaigns, to DIY projects, cooking, writing, or decorating. I love new experiences and equally enjoy sharing them, and hope my shares can help make someone\'s big day all the more special.
Custom Toasting Glasses
Custom toasting glasses are a unique way to add a personalized detail to the table on the big day. These glasses could be a great gift for the bride and groom, or a great gift from the bride and groom to the bridal party or parents. Depending on who the toasting glasses are for, you may choose traditional champagne flutes, or maybe wine glasses, or even beer steins.
For this project, I am making custom toasting champagne flutes for the bride and groom. I have decided that I want to make these… read more
Bridesmaids Gifts: Make Your Own Jewelry
Bridesmaids’ jewelry can be a way to thank your girls for being there for you on your big day, and can be a way to add another design element in your wedding. If you have looked at some jewelry, you know that it can be expensive, so why not think outside of the box and make your own?
If you haven’t considered the thought of making your own jewelry because you think it’s too difficult or could be costly, I’m here to tell you that it can be easy and cost effective. Check out your local craft… read more
Having Fun with Seating Assignments
Seating assignments are a great opportunity to put your creativity to work. Why go with the traditional tents when you have a perfect opportunity to mirror your weddings theme? Think of your venue, or some aspect of the event that you can use to incorporate as the “fun factor” for your seating assignments.
I had a photo booth during the reception, so I went out and purchased some wooden dowels and craft paper and created photo booth props that also served as seating assignments. We cut out… read more