My husband and I were married last year, and we did just about everything (except we had our huge Thai take-out order which was delivered). Most everything was up-cycled or handmade by us or our friends — even the music. My husband and I are both musicians and I run an Etsy shop, Tortoise Loves Donkey, so to be fair we had lots of resources!
Tags for seating and menus were designed and printed by the bride and groom.
See more photos from Caitlin and Douglas’ DIY wedding after the jump!
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The Save the Dates and wedding invites were paper cut and printed on an inkjet printer.
Fabric flowers for hair. Rings and brooches for guests and the bride.
The bride’s dress was a $50 return that she sewed fabric flowers onto.
All the table cloths and napkins were fabric and made by the bride’s mom. The serving dishes were all thrift-ed, and the pedestals are cups glued to the dishes toothpicks for the cheese and appetizers were washi tape flags
The bride and groom love to skateboard. Therefore the cheese boards were skateboard decks.
Gift boxes with candy.
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