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  • Photos By: Jordan Ferney

        It's simple, sweet and eco-friendly. Now we have the step-by-step on this popular DIY from Jordan Ferney! Supplies + Sources: A Tray of Irish Moss, Mini Terra Cotta pots($1/each Home Depot,) Metallic Spray Paint ($5 Home Depot), Ribbon ($3/spool Paper Source)     Paint it Shiny: Lay out some scrap paper outside and spray the Terra Cotta pots following the directions on the can of spray paint. Then turn the pots over and spray the second side until it is all silver.     Did you know? A tray of Irish Moss is just $12 for 25 at Home Depot!     Get your Hands Dirty: Separate a section of the moss and shape the soil with your hands so it fits in the pot.     You want the moss to have a round shape, add or remove soil until it is at the right height.     Clean Up: Tuck the edges of the Moss into the pot so it has the round shape and no soil is showing. Brush any dirt off the top of the moss and wipe off any soil from the pot with a rag.     Make it Pretty: Add a ribbon and if desired attach a little sign or name tag to a toothpick.     These can serve as place settings or cute favors.     We love using moss for lots of reasons, but we love it most because of it's modern shape and feel.    
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  • Project By: Erica OBrien  Photos By: Val McCormick    Necco wafers are given a glamorous makeover in this easy DIY.     Ingredients light corn syrup, Necco wafers (quantity will depend on size of cake), paint brush, edible gold glitter     Step One Carefully unwrap package and select the colors that you'd like to use. For this project, we selected pastel pink and mint green. Use all the colors or select only some. (Bear in mind that you will most likely need to purchase multiple packages.)     Step Two Dip paint brush in corn syrup and brush over half of smooth side of a wafer (the side that does not say Necco)     Step Three Dip into glitter. Allow to dry.     Step Four Determine the design you'll create with the wafers.  We positioned four rows of wafers, stacked in vertical columns, with the glitter-dipped wafer positioned in the third row from the bottom.      Step Five To apply wafers to the cake, brush the corn syrup on entire Necco side of wafer.     Step Six Gently attach to cake, holding in place for a few seconds.     Step Seven Position your wafers in precise rows and columns to achieve a clean, professionally designed appearance.      Step Eight Apply glitter-dipped wafers in the same way.  Continue attaching wafers to cake until desired pattern is achieved     Ta-da!  Making your own ultra-modern, glitter-infused cake is as easy as that.      
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  • Photos By: Mary Swenson

    Simple, rustic pine cones are perfect to use in a fall or winter wedding. These budget-friendly accents are seasonal without being kitschy, and add an element of warmth and charm to your event decor. Here are a few ways to incorporate them into your day!     Pine cones are great additions to any floral arrangement. We kept our flowers light-colored and simple so that the pine cones didn't get lost, but they work with virtually any color scheme!     You can find pine cones attached to a stick at florists and craft stores, which make it easy to pop them into your arrangement. You can also twist floral wire around the base of the pine cone, and then use that to attach the pine cone to the stem of the flower.     Forgo centerpiece flowers altogether by filling up glass containers with pine cones, or use these mock arrangements as inexpensive fillers for other areas of your event: a buffet table, the bar area, the gift table, or any spot that needs something extra!     Use pine cones for super-easy place cards that also double as favors. We jazzed up small pine cones with faux snow spray, and glued a small piece of ribbon to the tops with name tags looped through.     Group the finished pine cones on a tray or a table, or get creative and hang them from a large branch or mini-tree.     If you're passing out glasses of wine or champagne, or setting out stemware en masse for your guests, using tiny pine cones as an accent on each stem of glassware is a sweet detail!     We used a hot glue gun to adhere clear twine to the tops of each pine cone, and let them dry. Then we tied the pine cone around the base of each glass and trimmed off the excess twine.   

     

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    By: Chelsea Fuss   Consider making these adorable little boxes filled with gingerbread cookies for your holiday wedding. It's an inexpensive and festive option for a winter wedding.     Materials: 4" gift boxes kraft paper one bundle of greens (we used oregonia) string (waxed white string looks the best) parchment paper homemade gingerbread cookies round brown Avery labels We used #22808   Stack about 5 cookies and tie them with white string.     Line the boxes with parchment paper, place the cookies inside, and cover with parchment.     Write names on labels. Include table numbers too if you want double these for escort cards.     Wrap the boxes in kraft paper, sealing them with the sticker label. Tie up with string.     Add a sprig of greens!     Leave a box on each place setting or stack them up on a table for your guests to unwrap & enjoy!      
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  • Project By: Urban Petals Floral Design

    Photos By: Chris Zarconi Photography     Runway Inspiration What better place to draw inspiration for your wedding- whether it be attire or décor, than from the runway? Inspired by this gorgeous Elie Saab gown, founder of Urban Petals Floral Design, Sarah von Pollaro, designed a sweet springtime centerpiece that you can make at home.      Image of Elie Saab dress from Style.com   Supplies & Materials: From the Flower Empowered Toolkit: Floral Clippers, Floral Tape, and Floral Wire    Other Supplies: White vase (approximately 6 inches tall and 6 inches wide), 2 stems H. hoetidus hellebore, 1 stem Manhatten euonumus, 5 stems aspidistra leaves, 3 stems Blondie waxflower, 7 stems Cream stock, 10 stems Skyline roses, 5 stems Cream lisianthus, 5 stems H. hybridus hellebore.   Step One: Make a Grid Fill vase with water and make a tape grid using floral tape.      Step Two: Prep Greenery Break down large stems of greens into small pieces with floral clippers.      Step Three: Apistrada Loops Bind the tip of the leaf to the stem with floral wire.      Step Four: Prep Waxflowers Break down large stems into small pieces with floral clippers.      Step Five: Prep Roses Prepare roses by removing leaves and hand opening petals.      Step Six: Add Greenery Add greenery and leaves to the vase.      Step Seven: Add Stock Add stock flowers to the vase.      Step Eight: Add Flowers Add waxflowers and roses to the vase.      Ta-da! You've got a runway-inspired, expertly styled DIY centerpiece.        About the Expert Sarah von Pollaro is the founder of Urban Petals Floral Design, which creates one of a kind floral designs for events, donates them to nonprofit organizations the following day and inspires people to enjoy arranging flowers. Sarah's designs have adorned the White House, the Kennedy Center, and the Macy's Flower Show.    She has taught thousands of people the basics of floral design in a fun and simple way and created Flower Empowered to provide inspiration, tools, tips, and tricks of the trade online. Sharing her passion for flowers and practical techniques, Sarah demystifies the world of floral design so that anyone on any budget can experience the joy of creating arrangements for their home, special occasions, and gifts.    Visit Sarah’s website, Flower Empowered, for tips, tricks, and techniques to help design your own wedding flowers as well as essential tools including the new Wedding Floral Design Toolkit.  
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    Photos By: Olivia Kanaley     Supplies (for each topiary):  Sheet moss Mini flower pot Stick Reindeer moss Label Two Styrofoam balls (these are 1.5" diameter) Scissors Craft glue (such as Aleene's tacky glue)   Instructions: 1. Take first Styrofoam ball and wrap it with sheet moss, securing with glue. 2. Place second Styrofoam ball in flower pot; it should fit snugly - you may have to trim it slightly with scissors. Cover the top with bits of reindeer moss, glue in place. 3. Connect both pieces with stick to form a topiary as shown. Secure with glue.
      Last but not least, add a label with guest's name.
      These adorable escort cards are also stunning favors.
      Enjoy!
      If DIY isn't your thing, we have these sweet topiary favors right in our shop at www.projectweddingfavors.com!   Photos By: Olivia Kanaley

     

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  • Photos By: Mary Swenson   Cookies are a crowd-pleasing, can't-go-wrong favor, and they're easy to personalize! To make these lemon-flavored sugar cookies, you'll need the following: 2 sticks room-temperature butter, 1 cup sugar, 3 tablespoons lemon zest, 1/4 teaspoon salt, 2 large egg yolks, 2 1/4 cups all-purpose flour, and powdered sugar for sprinkling. You'll also need a stencil to use to put the initial on the cookie.     Using an electric mixer, beat the butter, sugar, lemon zest, and salt in large bowl until light and fluffy, about 2 minutes. Add the yolks and beat until blended. Add the flour in 2 additions, beating just until blended after each addition. Gather the dough together in a ball and place it on a sheet of waxed or parchment paper and cover with another piece of the paper. Using a rolling pin, roll out the dough until it's about 1/4 inch wide. Chill the dough until firm, at least 4 hours or up to one day.     Once the dough has chilled, use a cookie cutter to cut out as many cookies as you need from the dough. Make sure the size of the cookie is large enough to accommodate the initial.     Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and place the dough cutouts on top. Bake at 400 degrees for 8 - 10 minutes, until the cookies start to turn golden brown.     When the cookies are done, move them to a cooling rack to cool. As they're cooling, place the stencil on top to start monogramming.     Sift powdered sugar over the top of the stencil and gently remove. If there is excess sugar on the cookie, simply blow it off using a straw. Stencil the remaining cookies.     Once the cookies have cooled completely, package them in glassine bags.     A strategically placed label not only seals the bag, but also can be used to write the guests' names. A cute, tasty favor personalized with your new initial!  
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  • Raspberry & Pear Mini Pies A mouthwatering treat for any summer day (and especially perfect for a holiday)! We've got the recipe right here.  Photo By: Aran Goyoaga       Strawberry Season Get decked out in strawberries with this simple and fresh, red and white summer table concept. Photo By: Mary Swenson       Vintage Postcard Place Cards This vintage-inspired project by Chelsea Fuss is an easy way to create a fun, casual place setting. See how she did it! Photo By: Chelsea Fuss

     

    Red, White, & Blue Real Wedding

    Christina and Timothy pulled off a patriotic, 4th of July-themed wedding of total rustic elegance. See the photos from their day!

    Photo By: Jen Lynne Photography

        Purple DIY Picnic Pack a picnic with all sorts of personalized touches... guests will swoon over the details!       Red & White Party Ideas From red velvet cupcakes to ribbons to florals, here are a handful of creative ways to incorporate red into your party Photo By: Mary Swenson       Farmer's Market Bouquets Create a deceptively sophisticated bouquet for your big day with seasonal stems from your local farmer's market. See more inspiration. Photo By: Chelsea Fuss       Cool Raspberry & Yogurt Mousse Cakes These are a dream on a summer day... Catch this recipe (with a bonus raspberry n' cream macaron tutorial) right here. Photo By: Aran Goyoaga

     

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  • Photos By: Danyelle Mathews

    These darling pins make for a clever seating card, and double as a simple favor.

    Supplies: wool felt scissors thread needle pin back batting hole punch guests names printed on card stock then cut into strips

    Step One: Cut out felt hearts. Felt is an easy material to cut, so feel free to double up the fabric to make the job go more quickly. If you're wanting all of the hearts to be the same size, create a heart template out of card stock and trace it on the felt.     Step Two: Take two hearts and begin stitching them together using a basic running stitch.     Step Three: When the heart is 3/4 of the way stitched, fill with batting. Finish stitching the rest of the way around the heart and tie your thread off with a knot.     Step Four: Attach a metal pinback to the back of the heart.     Step Five: Create a hole using your hole punch on one side of the printed name strip.     Step Six: Place the hole of the name strip over one end of the pin back and secure.     Step Seven: Using your scissors, trim the excess paper from the name strip.     Wool felt can be found in every color of the rainbow so it's a perfect material to use to personalize your day.    

     

     

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  • The ultimate accessory for the bridal party!    Project By: Janie Medley Photos By: Marvelous Things Photography   The ultimate accessory for a bridal party, this pretty DIY only took 15 minutes to make!  You might want to take it beyond the wedding day, though, for date night or “just because.”     You Will Need: Peonies Ranunculus Jasmine Vine Scissors Headband Floral Adhesive     Step One: Glue the jasmine vine or whatever greenery you choose down the middle of the headband. For a whimsical look and feel, don’t glue the vines to the sides of the headband.     Step Two: Cut the stems off each of the flowers, so the flower head will lay flat.       Step Three: Glue them one by one onto the headband. You will need to hold the flower head in place for 10 seconds, after applying the glue.     You’re done! How cute is that?!     Make one for each member of your bridal party and complement them with this lush floral crown  
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  • Photos By: Jordan Ferney

        It's simple, sweet and eco-friendly. Now we have the step-by-step on this popular DIY from Jordan Ferney! Supplies + Sources: A Tray of Irish Moss, Mini Terra Cotta pots($1/each Home Depot,) Metallic Spray Paint ($5 Home Depot), Ribbon ($3/spool Paper Source)     Paint it Shiny: Lay out some scrap paper outside and spray the Terra Cotta pots following the directions on the can of spray paint. Then turn the pots over and spray the second side until it is all silver.     Did you know? A tray of Irish Moss is just $12 for 25 at Home Depot!     Get your Hands Dirty: Separate a section of the moss and shape the soil with your hands so it fits in the pot.     You want the moss to have a round shape, add or remove soil until it is at the right height.     Clean Up: Tuck the edges of the Moss into the pot so it has the round shape and no soil is showing. Brush any dirt off the top of the moss and wipe off any soil from the pot with a rag.     Make it Pretty: Add a ribbon and if desired attach a little sign or name tag to a toothpick.     These can serve as place settings or cute favors.     We love using moss for lots of reasons, but we love it most because of it's modern shape and feel.    
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  • Project By: Erica OBrien  Photos By: Val McCormick    Necco wafers are given a glamorous makeover in this easy DIY.     Ingredients light corn syrup, Necco wafers (quantity will depend on size of cake), paint brush, edible gold glitter     Step One Carefully unwrap package and select the colors that you'd like to use. For this project, we selected pastel pink and mint green. Use all the colors or select only some. (Bear in mind that you will most likely need to purchase multiple packages.)     Step Two Dip paint brush in corn syrup and brush over half of smooth side of a wafer (the side that does not say Necco)     Step Three Dip into glitter. Allow to dry.     Step Four Determine the design you'll create with the wafers.  We positioned four rows of wafers, stacked in vertical columns, with the glitter-dipped wafer positioned in the third row from the bottom.      Step Five To apply wafers to the cake, brush the corn syrup on entire Necco side of wafer.     Step Six Gently attach to cake, holding in place for a few seconds.     Step Seven Position your wafers in precise rows and columns to achieve a clean, professionally designed appearance.      Step Eight Apply glitter-dipped wafers in the same way.  Continue attaching wafers to cake until desired pattern is achieved     Ta-da!  Making your own ultra-modern, glitter-infused cake is as easy as that.      
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  • Photos By: Mary Swenson

    Simple, rustic pine cones are perfect to use in a fall or winter wedding. These budget-friendly accents are seasonal without being kitschy, and add an element of warmth and charm to your event decor. Here are a few ways to incorporate them into your day!     Pine cones are great additions to any floral arrangement. We kept our flowers light-colored and simple so that the pine cones didn't get lost, but they work with virtually any color scheme!     You can find pine cones attached to a stick at florists and craft stores, which make it easy to pop them into your arrangement. You can also twist floral wire around the base of the pine cone, and then use that to attach the pine cone to the stem of the flower.     Forgo centerpiece flowers altogether by filling up glass containers with pine cones, or use these mock arrangements as inexpensive fillers for other areas of your event: a buffet table, the bar area, the gift table, or any spot that needs something extra!     Use pine cones for super-easy place cards that also double as favors. We jazzed up small pine cones with faux snow spray, and glued a small piece of ribbon to the tops with name tags looped through.     Group the finished pine cones on a tray or a table, or get creative and hang them from a large branch or mini-tree.     If you're passing out glasses of wine or champagne, or setting out stemware en masse for your guests, using tiny pine cones as an accent on each stem of glassware is a sweet detail!     We used a hot glue gun to adhere clear twine to the tops of each pine cone, and let them dry. Then we tied the pine cone around the base of each glass and trimmed off the excess twine.   

     

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    By: Chelsea Fuss   Consider making these adorable little boxes filled with gingerbread cookies for your holiday wedding. It's an inexpensive and festive option for a winter wedding.     Materials: 4" gift boxes kraft paper one bundle of greens (we used oregonia) string (waxed white string looks the best) parchment paper homemade gingerbread cookies round brown Avery labels We used #22808   Stack about 5 cookies and tie them with white string.     Line the boxes with parchment paper, place the cookies inside, and cover with parchment.     Write names on labels. Include table numbers too if you want double these for escort cards.     Wrap the boxes in kraft paper, sealing them with the sticker label. Tie up with string.     Add a sprig of greens!     Leave a box on each place setting or stack them up on a table for your guests to unwrap & enjoy!      
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  • Project By: Urban Petals Floral Design

    Photos By: Chris Zarconi Photography     Runway Inspiration What better place to draw inspiration for your wedding- whether it be attire or décor, than from the runway? Inspired by this gorgeous Elie Saab gown, founder of Urban Petals Floral Design, Sarah von Pollaro, designed a sweet springtime centerpiece that you can make at home.      Image of Elie Saab dress from Style.com   Supplies & Materials: From the Flower Empowered Toolkit: Floral Clippers, Floral Tape, and Floral Wire    Other Supplies: White vase (approximately 6 inches tall and 6 inches wide), 2 stems H. hoetidus hellebore, 1 stem Manhatten euonumus, 5 stems aspidistra leaves, 3 stems Blondie waxflower, 7 stems Cream stock, 10 stems Skyline roses, 5 stems Cream lisianthus, 5 stems H. hybridus hellebore.   Step One: Make a Grid Fill vase with water and make a tape grid using floral tape.      Step Two: Prep Greenery Break down large stems of greens into small pieces with floral clippers.      Step Three: Apistrada Loops Bind the tip of the leaf to the stem with floral wire.      Step Four: Prep Waxflowers Break down large stems into small pieces with floral clippers.      Step Five: Prep Roses Prepare roses by removing leaves and hand opening petals.      Step Six: Add Greenery Add greenery and leaves to the vase.      Step Seven: Add Stock Add stock flowers to the vase.      Step Eight: Add Flowers Add waxflowers and roses to the vase.      Ta-da! You've got a runway-inspired, expertly styled DIY centerpiece.        About the Expert Sarah von Pollaro is the founder of Urban Petals Floral Design, which creates one of a kind floral designs for events, donates them to nonprofit organizations the following day and inspires people to enjoy arranging flowers. Sarah's designs have adorned the White House, the Kennedy Center, and the Macy's Flower Show.    She has taught thousands of people the basics of floral design in a fun and simple way and created Flower Empowered to provide inspiration, tools, tips, and tricks of the trade online. Sharing her passion for flowers and practical techniques, Sarah demystifies the world of floral design so that anyone on any budget can experience the joy of creating arrangements for their home, special occasions, and gifts.    Visit Sarah’s website, Flower Empowered, for tips, tricks, and techniques to help design your own wedding flowers as well as essential tools including the new Wedding Floral Design Toolkit.  
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    Photos By: Olivia Kanaley     Supplies (for each topiary):  Sheet moss Mini flower pot Stick Reindeer moss Label Two Styrofoam balls (these are 1.5" diameter) Scissors Craft glue (such as Aleene's tacky glue)   Instructions: 1. Take first Styrofoam ball and wrap it with sheet moss, securing with glue. 2. Place second Styrofoam ball in flower pot; it should fit snugly - you may have to trim it slightly with scissors. Cover the top with bits of reindeer moss, glue in place. 3. Connect both pieces with stick to form a topiary as shown. Secure with glue.
      Last but not least, add a label with guest's name.
      These adorable escort cards are also stunning favors.
      Enjoy!
      If DIY isn't your thing, we have these sweet topiary favors right in our shop at www.projectweddingfavors.com!   Photos By: Olivia Kanaley

     

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  • Photos By: Mary Swenson   Cookies are a crowd-pleasing, can't-go-wrong favor, and they're easy to personalize! To make these lemon-flavored sugar cookies, you'll need the following: 2 sticks room-temperature butter, 1 cup sugar, 3 tablespoons lemon zest, 1/4 teaspoon salt, 2 large egg yolks, 2 1/4 cups all-purpose flour, and powdered sugar for sprinkling. You'll also need a stencil to use to put the initial on the cookie.     Using an electric mixer, beat the butter, sugar, lemon zest, and salt in large bowl until light and fluffy, about 2 minutes. Add the yolks and beat until blended. Add the flour in 2 additions, beating just until blended after each addition. Gather the dough together in a ball and place it on a sheet of waxed or parchment paper and cover with another piece of the paper. Using a rolling pin, roll out the dough until it's about 1/4 inch wide. Chill the dough until firm, at least 4 hours or up to one day.     Once the dough has chilled, use a cookie cutter to cut out as many cookies as you need from the dough. Make sure the size of the cookie is large enough to accommodate the initial.     Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and place the dough cutouts on top. Bake at 400 degrees for 8 - 10 minutes, until the cookies start to turn golden brown.     When the cookies are done, move them to a cooling rack to cool. As they're cooling, place the stencil on top to start monogramming.     Sift powdered sugar over the top of the stencil and gently remove. If there is excess sugar on the cookie, simply blow it off using a straw. Stencil the remaining cookies.     Once the cookies have cooled completely, package them in glassine bags.     A strategically placed label not only seals the bag, but also can be used to write the guests' names. A cute, tasty favor personalized with your new initial!  
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  • Raspberry & Pear Mini Pies A mouthwatering treat for any summer day (and especially perfect for a holiday)! We've got the recipe right here.  Photo By: Aran Goyoaga       Strawberry Season Get decked out in strawberries with this simple and fresh, red and white summer table concept. Photo By: Mary Swenson       Vintage Postcard Place Cards This vintage-inspired project by Chelsea Fuss is an easy way to create a fun, casual place setting. See how she did it! Photo By: Chelsea Fuss

     

    Red, White, & Blue Real Wedding

    Christina and Timothy pulled off a patriotic, 4th of July-themed wedding of total rustic elegance. See the photos from their day!

    Photo By: Jen Lynne Photography

        Purple DIY Picnic Pack a picnic with all sorts of personalized touches... guests will swoon over the details!       Red & White Party Ideas From red velvet cupcakes to ribbons to florals, here are a handful of creative ways to incorporate red into your party Photo By: Mary Swenson       Farmer's Market Bouquets Create a deceptively sophisticated bouquet for your big day with seasonal stems from your local farmer's market. See more inspiration. Photo By: Chelsea Fuss       Cool Raspberry & Yogurt Mousse Cakes These are a dream on a summer day... Catch this recipe (with a bonus raspberry n' cream macaron tutorial) right here. Photo By: Aran Goyoaga

     

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  • Photos By: Danyelle Mathews

    These darling pins make for a clever seating card, and double as a simple favor.

    Supplies: wool felt scissors thread needle pin back batting hole punch guests names printed on card stock then cut into strips

    Step One: Cut out felt hearts. Felt is an easy material to cut, so feel free to double up the fabric to make the job go more quickly. If you're wanting all of the hearts to be the same size, create a heart template out of card stock and trace it on the felt.     Step Two: Take two hearts and begin stitching them together using a basic running stitch.     Step Three: When the heart is 3/4 of the way stitched, fill with batting. Finish stitching the rest of the way around the heart and tie your thread off with a knot.     Step Four: Attach a metal pinback to the back of the heart.     Step Five: Create a hole using your hole punch on one side of the printed name strip.     Step Six: Place the hole of the name strip over one end of the pin back and secure.     Step Seven: Using your scissors, trim the excess paper from the name strip.     Wool felt can be found in every color of the rainbow so it's a perfect material to use to personalize your day.    

     

     

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  • The ultimate accessory for the bridal party!    Project By: Janie Medley Photos By: Marvelous Things Photography   The ultimate accessory for a bridal party, this pretty DIY only took 15 minutes to make!  You might want to take it beyond the wedding day, though, for date night or “just because.”     You Will Need: Peonies Ranunculus Jasmine Vine Scissors Headband Floral Adhesive     Step One: Glue the jasmine vine or whatever greenery you choose down the middle of the headband. For a whimsical look and feel, don’t glue the vines to the sides of the headband.     Step Two: Cut the stems off each of the flowers, so the flower head will lay flat.       Step Three: Glue them one by one onto the headband. You will need to hold the flower head in place for 10 seconds, after applying the glue.     You’re done! How cute is that?!     Make one for each member of your bridal party and complement them with this lush floral crown  
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