While looking at the site this month I have seen all the great DIY wedding things and can’t stop thinking about my own wedding, where practically everything was made by us and various family members. My favorite elements were the centerpieces. I love their graphic quality and the paper flowers. I think they looked wonderful and were a great deal cheaper than real ones. They were a collaboration between myself, my mom, my mother-in-law and my sister-in-law. I love the element of art and craft that went into my wedding but also the fact that my entire family was involved in creating things for it.
See more photos from Ryan and Matt’s DIY wedding after the jump!
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Wooden bridge made by groom.
Bridesmaids dresses made by the bridesmaids. Flower girl’s dress (infant) made by mother of the groom.
Detail of wedding dress: lace flowers were individually hand applied (and hand dyed for the red ones).
Paper bird and clay flowers on painted a tree branch
Wedding programs: used same paper as flowers and birds.
Armadillo groom’s cake (a la Steel Magnolias) made by a bridesmaid.
Table setting pillow boxes which held eating utensils and napkins. These were used after dinner to fill with candy from candy bar.