This handkerchief printing technique can be used for so many things — Goodie bags with your wedding logo? Dual purpose hankie wedding programs for those guests who get teary eyed at the ceremony? The possibilities are endless! So here is how we made our handkerchief wedding invitations…
Tribesmaid Sunspirit made her seating chart with a Medieval flair. It’s absolutely gorgeous, and full of details like knights, shields, mythical animals, and ye olde maps. If you wanna get your Medieval seating chart on, here’s a great tutorial.
There are hidden freebies all over the web: downloadable templates, patterns, fonts, fingerprint trees, and more. I stumble across them all the time while browsing blogs. But now I’m attempting to compile a MEGA-SUPER-MONDO list of all kinds of free printables and downloadable templates for wedding DIY projects.
Stamps are a great way to personalize anything from paper napkins to RSVP cards, and small muslin bags for favors to after-party back-of-the-hand style party antics. Whatever your reason for wanting a stamp, you can create a pile of them easily, mixing and matching them to suit your needs. Here’s how to make your own.
Chad and Casey are having a “Harry Potter-esque” wedding. So what better way to introduce their guests to what magical wedding experiences await them than by delivering their Save the Dates via messenger owl!