Are you crazy for your pup? Our dog wedding ideas will inspire you to include your favorite four-legged-friend in your nuptials (or as a special part, even many miles away). Check out our favorites, from Dog of Honor bandanas and dog ring bearer collars to the dog tuxedo, a must-see… and subscribe for the latest!
This one’s for the groom! Emma here and although I’ve never worn a tie, I’m pretty sure those suckers are nearly impossible to keep straight, particularly on windy days. I can imagine the groom has better things to do with his time (i.e. reciting your vows, remembering to smile for the camera, pretending not to cry during the ceremony), so we know that a tie clip is one good thing to have in order to keep that tie on point. Personalized tie clips are a functional gift that makes total sense for you, the groomsmen, and the fathers of the bride and groom. Read on to see examples of personalized tie clips that will keep your necktie in place!
You already know how fun these bridesmaid flannels are for your crew, but don’t forget your flower girl! We spotted this sweet flower girl flannel shirt and couldn’t wait to share it with you.Take a look!
Do you need an awesomely affordable favor for your wedding that is also functional? You’ll love these fall wedding cups we spotted at You’re That Girl Designs on Etsy. These stadium cups hold 16 oz. of your favorite beverage, ideal for guests to grab + fill up with cider, pumpkin spice ales, or anything you’re serving up at your bar. These stadium cups are also fun for toasting with the bridal party in the limo, en route to your photos. Check out these wedding cups below — they are today’s handmade-a-day pick!
Today you’ll learn how to make a flower basket for your wedding! Who loves easy DIY projects? (Raises hand.) I know I do, and you probably don’t like complicated projects that stress you out. That’s why we love the awesome wedding tutorials from our friends at Blooms by the Box. Danielle is a DIY expert and she comes up with creative tutorial ideas for wedding details you can make yourself — easily and with simple-to-source supplies. Today we’re sharing her latest creation: the flower basket.
You can make this DIY flower basket in an afternoon, just in time for your wedding. The fresh flowers used in the example look gorgeous any time of year; however, I know you guys love custom touches so feel free to swap out any flowers for your own tailored looks (i.e. to coordinate with your upcoming fall or winter wedding). There are many fresh (wholesale!) blooms to inspire you in their shop.
Anyway, I know you’re excited to get started so enough from me. Take it away, Danielle!