A Kids Table They’ll Remember (Part 3)

In case you did not see Part 1 and Part 2, this series covers the Kids Table I created for my wedding reception. In the age of cell phones and iPads I was honestly astonished by how much use the Kids Table got! The kids and parents truly enjoyed it! In Part 1 I reviewed…

A Kids Table They’ll Remember (Part 2)

If you haven’t seen Part 1 yet, an overview of the childrens’ activity table I created for my wedding reception, feel free to read it here! In Part 2, I explain how I made the Lollipop Centerpiece for the Kids Table. Lollipop Centerpiece Supplies Decorative Metal Bucket or Basket Foam Ball Two 80 ct Pack…

A Kids Table They’ll Remember (Part 1)

About a third of the people attending my wedding were kids! Since my reception was a low-key luncheon (no music or dancing), I was a little nervous that the kids in attendance would either be bored out of their minds or find ways to get into trouble at the restaurant. As a result, I decided…

Envelope Liners Made Easy

My save the date cards, invitations and thank you cards all had envelope liners. They are a simple yet elegant touch and as I learned super easy to do yourself. Supplies Envelopes (mine were white envelopes that measured 5 3/4 in wide by 4 and 3/8 in tall) Envelope Liners – You can purchases these…

The DIY Bride

It is with great excitement that I am introducing a series of posts about wedding-related crafts. While I have been absent from WordPress for the last 6 weeks, I have been trying new things in the craft room and perfecting details on an assortment of DIY wedding projects that I used for my own wedding…

DIY Wedding Countdown

After seeing a “Days until” wood and chalk board sign at Michaels Craft Store this past weekend, I got on an “I-need-to-make-a-wedding-countdown” kick. At first, I looked to buy one, but my handwriting is not good enough to actually write the numbers out in chalk and I just didn’t understand the ones with the blocks…