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Whoa. This DIY Wedding Day Emergency Kit Is Genius.

This is probably one of the most useful, creative and equally cute wedding day emergency kits we've ever seen. Once you make your no-sew pin cushion lid (for those all-powerful safety pins!) fill a widemouthed mason jar with travel sized versions of toiletries, hotel sewing kits and handy problem solvers like stain wipes. Package it with a read more

16 Genius Ways To Use Ribbon At Your Wedding

Ribbons are an inexpensive and colorful DIY supply that can transform simple wedding decor. Since ribbon comes in all widths, colors and even patterns, you can really adapt the material to fit whatever wedding day item you're decorating. Tip: use grosgrain and lace ribbon to add texture, and try satin ribbon for a smooth shiny feel. From handmade... read more

Rubber Stamp These 12 Things At Your Wedding 

Ready for the easiest DIY project you'll ever try? Get a rubber stamp and an ink pad in your favorite color and you're well on your way to becoming a DIY pro. There's something you can stamp at every step of the planning process, from the invitations and escort cards to the favors and... read more

3 Tea Party Bridal Shower Recipes We Can’t Resist  

These three deliciously clever recipes prove that desserts are the most important meal of the day. For all you mothers-of-the-bride, maids of honor and future mothers-in-law tasked with planning a bridal shower, we've asked celebrity caterer Andrea Correale of Elegant Affairs to share how she transforms a girly get-together into a springtime tea party bridal... read more

This Diamond Ring Cake Is Kind Of Unbelievable

Omg! Can you even believe that you can make this wedding cake? Just imagine the faces when you cut into this cake at an engagement party or bridal shower. Genius baker Amanda Rettke of the blog I Am Baker just released her crazy inspiring book Surprise-Inside Cakes, where every beautiful cake has a... read more

4 Steps To DIY Vintage Book Table Numbers

DIY book table numbers for your wedding: Philip Ficks / TheKnot.comPhilip Ficks
Create a DIY centerpiece-table number combo in just a few snips! You'll cut into and stamp the pages of one of the books in each stack, but the rest can be borrowed from your collection and grouped by color or theme. Style your table with small bud vases and votives and your tablescape is... read more

11 Ways To Turn Wine Corks Into Wedding Decor

Wine corks are like buttons, old books and vintage photos -- they're collectible (read: inexpensive), perfect for crafts, and make for fun wedding details too! Use them for the little extras like escort card stands and boutonniere flair or for larger scale wedding signs and keepsake guest book. Whether you're at the vineyard... read more

Make A Secret Storage Book For Your Ring Pillow

Philip FicksPhilip Ficks
A book box is a place for special treasures, so it's totally appropriate to use one as a practical prop for your ring bearer! Choose a book with a cool cover or one that has an important meaning to you and your fiance. Then grab your paper punch and go to town... read more

Make Your Own Custom Envelopes In 3 Steps

DIY envelope liners: Yunhee Kim / TheKnot.comYunhee Kim
The unexpected pop of pattern on the inside of an envelope is a fun surprise for the recipient and an easy DIY wedding project for you. After you find the wrapping paper you want to use for the liner (shop a papier or craft supply store like Paper-Source), you'll need coordinating envelopes and... read more

Download and Print These 10 Pretty Wedding Projects

DIY Wedding Printables: TK / TheKnot.com
There's a ton of amazing DIY wedding design that you can accomplish with just a printer and paper. The extra details like bride and groom chair signs or custom favor bags can be printed easily at home for the price of the paper and ink. We've brought together the printable wedding templates we're... read more
The right chairs and chair treatments can transform what was a hodgepodge room into something that's elegant and refined. If it's a black-tie wedding, cover every chair in rich, silk fabric and add a coordinating sash. For a wedding that's outdoors, consider using simple chiavari chairs instead of the plastic folding kind. You can also use your chairs to highlight the season. Pay tribute to the time of year by decorating every one of the chairs with a miniature wreath for a winter wedding, or tie fresh blooms to each of the chair backs if you're having a springtime affair.
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