Get some nautical home decor inspiration from this wedding shoot!
Over on Offbeat Bride we’re once again breaking the rules and featuring a styled shoot based on the pure amount of awesomeness it can provide. As proof, here is some amazing home decor inspiration for you lovers of all things nautical…
How I repurposed my wedding veil at home
Did you see my incredibly simple, $14, no-sew DIY veil on Offbeat Bride? This is how I repurposed the fabric for our daughter’s room…
How to turn Barbies into Doctor Who Weeping Angels
I don’t like Barbies and I pre-apologize to those who do, but I took an inordinate amount of pleasure in hacking up, hot gluing, and morphing Barbies into something that causes horror: the Weeping Angels from Doctor Who! Here’s how you can hack your Barbies into Weeping Angels…
Make your own Mandrake
My fiancé and I finished making our very own Mandrake to use as a centerpiece. I’m pretty stoked on how he turned out, and I thought I’d share with you how we did it.
How to make oil lanterns out of test tubes
Who doesn’t like test tubes and fire? No one, I tells ya. I thought these DIY lighting projects came out pretty cool, so I figured I’d teach you how to make them, so you can learn from my many mistakes.
Susabella has special event gifts that also make the world a better place
Know someone who’s… getting married? Moving into a new place? Having a golden birthday? Having a baby? Or just throwing a fabulous party? The Susabella Etsy shop is stocked with perfect gifts for all those occasions. For example, this platter could be the perfect birthday, housewarming, or wedding gift. But it’s also so much more…
Recycle your wedding decor into holiday decorations
Remember this awesome widely-circulated Pinterest image? I loved it and we made some similar lights for our wedding in our color, lime green. Now it’s the holidays, and we celebrate Christmas. I was sad at the thought of taking apart our beautiful light strands to turn back into icicle lights (plus, it sounded like a lot of work), so I decided since they were green I’d use them for our holiday lights anyhow!
Converting your wedding dress into a Halloween costume
My wedding was back in January and I purchased an Ouma dress for my reception and am now trying to turn it into a Halloween costume. Any ideas on fun ways to convert your wedding dress into a costume?