Having a budget wedding doesn't necessarily have to mean you can't have creative and fun details, including a beautifully made custom wedding dress that comes in well within your budget. Creativity certainly doesn't have to cost a lot, and if you need to follow a strict budget but still want an elegant and unique wedding, the following DIY ideas could be just what you're looking for.
The chairs might be overlooked at your wedding, but you can make a statement with how you decorate them. Sashes: Putting sashes that match your wedding colors on chairs during the ceremony can add a subtle, elegant touch. Ribbons: Ribbons can add a decorative touch to the chairs. You can have them flow from the backs of the chairs or tie them in a bow.
Do you want to add a seasonal touch to your wedding? Check out these ideas for incorporating autumn decorations into your big day. 1. Leaf motif Use brightly colored leaves as place markers at your tables. This is a festive way to add some vibrancy to your wedding decor. 2. Harvest time Place hay bales and wheelbarrows near the venue entrance for a rustic farm feel that fits perfectly with the autumn weather. 3. Festive fruit
At bridal showers, games can be necessary additions that aren't always welcomed by guests. However, games serve as good ice breakers and they can be a lot of fun. Check out these games that guests will actually want to play. Who Am I? Each guest places the name of a celebrity on their forehead and the fellow guests give them hints about who their mystery person is until they guess the correct name.
Are you ready to set up your wedding registry? Starting a registry completely from scratch, on top of everything else you are planning, can get overwhelming. To help ease some stress, here is a quick list of dos and don'ts for setting up your wedding registry. DON'T wait to register. Register early to give your guests plenty of time to purchase gifts. DO make a list of everything you need and anything extra you want.
While a bride's wedding gown may get most of the attention, her veil is also important. Use these tips to help choose the right veil. Veil should complement your look: When selecting a veil, make sure you pick on that complements your look and not one that competes with it. Select a veil that fits the overall style of your dress, one that completes your desired wedding-day look.