It is time for details on the rustic wedding in a barn that we had a few weeks ago for my daughter. I tried to get as many detailed pictures as I could for y’all. I will link to the DIY project with step by step instructions for creating many of the elements in the wedding. It turned out to be a great day and everything was wonderful. Y’all enjoy these great barn wedding details.
A DIY burlap aisle runner is easier to make then you might think. I whipped up this beauty for my daughter’s wedding and I loved how it looked in the barn setting. Add a monogram and the couple’s name with my super simple method below. I even hunted around and figured out how to get the burlap for the cheapest price possible.
My daughter had the idea for this last chance to run wedding sign. If you have been around here lately, you know that we just had her wedding a few weeks ago. At first I was unsure of the sign and how that would work in a wedding. However, the idea grew on me and we ended up using the idea with my youngest son. He also carried the rings and you can see the ring bearer box at the bottom of this post as well. If you are planning a wedding ceremony, make this last chance to run wedding sign. Your guests will love this light hearted addition to the wedding!
Sometimes I have to look up simple things like how to make a boutonniere. That search made me realize I should just take pictures of the process and show y’all how I ended up making boutonnieres for my daughter’s wedding. These are very simple and will save you from spending the money on pre-made versions. Grab a few flowers and make your own boutonnieres — trust me — it is so easy!
Today I am going to share some Mr and Mrs wedding chair signs that will look great at any wedding reception. Yep I am continuing with the projects for my daughter’s wedding. The date is fast approaching so I have been working on tons of projects. Stay tuned for many more as well as pictures from the event itself!
Make a wedding bouquet for your DIY wedding in minutes with our step by step instructions below. These simple bouquets are perfect for bridesmaids or use a few more flowers and use the same tutorial for the bride. You can also click here to see my tutorial on the bouquet I made for the bride (my daughter!). This one was originally posted over at Crafts Unleashed but I am posting here in case you missed it.
I have a great wedding guest book idea for you today. I thought it would be fun to include some pictures of the bride and groom through the years next to the guest book. I went through tons of ideas on how to do that and settled on something that can be a gift after the wedding as well as decor during the wedding. I love things that won’t be thrown away after the wedding is over! This post is sponsored by Mixbook however all projects and opinions are my own.
I have been researching rustic wedding ideas for my daughter’s wedding. I pulled together a mood board below that I thought would help anyone else that is trying to plan a wedding in a barn. Don’t worry….I will be back here with plenty of pictures of the actual event at the end of July. Y’all stay tuned for tons more projects leading up to the event as well. But for now, take a look below to see the overall look we are going for.
A free printable wedding planner is something everyone can use that is planning a wedding. Trust me. I am knee deep in wedding plans around here. My daughter is getting married next month and I keep going through a checklist in my mind wondering what I have forgotten. Print our wedding planner to be sure that you don’t forget anything for your big day!
Did you know that you can make a bridal bouquet? You can! This is a quick and easy project that will save you money for your DIY wedding. Grab a few simple supplies and get started on your own bouquets today. You can make one for the bride and all of the bridesmaids as well! You will be amazed at just how easy this is!