If, like most couples, you’ve decided to create your own wedding invitations and stationery, pull up a chair because I’ve got some info to help you take your invites from pleasantly passable to OMGTheGreatestInvitesEvahr.
Notes: These instructions were made for Microsoft Word for Mac, 2011 Edition. Instructions for the PC are similar, but, of course, not the same. Instructions for PC-based Word (2007 and later are in [brackets]) […]
Sorry, crafties. I had to share this in two parts because the photos from Kathryn + Michael’s Vintage Destination Wedding and the recipes are just both so good; they each needed their own spotlight. […]
Are you wondering how many pieces of card stock to buy for your invites? Download our first Cutting Guide that shows you how many invitations you can get out of a single 8.5″ x […]
One of the most frustrating things that can happen when you’re creating DIY invitations is designing an invitation that doesn’t properly fit any common envelope sizes. (I know this from sad, sad experience.) For […]
As the DIY Bride team is about to start rolling out higher-quality templates and tutorials, one of our biggest concerns has been about the accessibility of the upcoming new DIY content to our audience. […]
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We having our reception in a beautiful 18th century barn in […]
Sewing Your Own Wedding Gown is an ongoing series of posts that takes our readers through the steps of creating their own wedding gowns from the perspective a newbie sewist. Part 1, Should I […]
Beginning this evening, Sunday, June 23, we’ll be moving to a new hosting company. We do anticipate some email and site unavailability while our new DNS (server address) propagates across the internet and […]
The search for the perfect-for-me gown can be one of the most stressful parts of the wedding experience. While there’s a lot of pressure to be the embodiment of beauty and charm on the […]
I’ve gone on record more than a few times with my admission that sewing is my sworn mortal enemy. Sewing a skill that’s eluded me; a skill that, admittedly, I’ve only half-heartedly tried my […]