I Do I Do!

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amourdemariage:

D.I.Y: Pinwheel Love 

You’ll need:

A thin dowel or skewer, cut to the desired length and painted
Two coordinating sheets of origami or lightweight paper
Spray mount glue
Push pin
Map pin

Cut a square of paper from each sheet in the size you’d like your pinwheel to be. Spray glue the two squares together.
Fold the sheets in half diagonally, and then in half again. Unfold.
3 Cut along each crease two thirds of the way to the square’s centre, dividing each corner into two points.
4 Bring every other point to the centre so that the points overlap. Holding them in place, poke a pushpin through the centre and keeping points in place remove pin.
Insert a map pin into the hole (the hole will be slightly larger from the pushpin, which allows the pinwheel to spin).
Thread a small bead onto the pin behind the wheel and poke pin into dowel one and a half centimetres from the top. (Soak dowel in water to avoid splitting if necessary.)

send as: ‘tie the knot’ save-the-date card

send as: ‘tie the knot’ save-the-date card

mybeloveds:

intravenousweddingoverdose:

DIY Aisle Runner

If you’d like to try out this DIY idea for your wedding, here are some tips:

Zara explained “I wrote this on my knees, bum in the air :) Be sure to write it on a flat surface and remember to cover the surface used because the paint comes through the material.”

Instead of black material, you could use adhesive chalkboard roll and chalk pens. But check with your venue that it’s ok first, they may be wary of sticky marks. If so, you could apply to the chalkboard roll to large lengths of cardboard first so that the adhesive is not directly applied to the floor, then trim the visible excess.

Either way, make sure you or a member of your bridal party have a test run to make sure it’s not slippery for your grand entrance!

What To Write?

~ The groom could write a special message to his bride.

~ The guests could write messages to the bride or to the happy couple {a guest book on a grand scale!}

~ The lyrics to a special song.

~ A religious or meaningful passage or poem.

~ Something funny, sweet or cute like an arrow pointing to your partner saying ‘This way to wedded bliss’ or ‘The beginning of forever’.

Do you have any more suggestions? What are your thoughts on aisle runners?

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levents:

Get some help with your wedding playlist and also make sure that you’re playing tunes your guests will love by having everyone request a song when they return their RSVP cards.

file under: need to do this

levents:

Get some help with your wedding playlist and also make sure that you’re playing tunes your guests will love by having everyone request a song when they return their RSVP cards.

file under: need to do this