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  • Photos By: ohhappyday.com   This giant confetti looks festive whether its floating through the air or looking pretty on the floor.     We've seen this giant confetti premade in different parts of Europe but you can make your own with a $12 circle punch and some tissue paper. Maybe buy two and enlist the help of a friend.   Materials: Glassine Bags 4 3/4" x 6 5/8" Tissue Paper Giant 2" Circle Punch Computer Printer Japanese Washi Tape     The bags are really easy. Did you know you can put these bags through a regular desktop printer and print your own design on them? For this one we just made a really simple design on Adobe Illustrator then put the bag through the printer. It depends what program you are working in, but usually you need to make your document the same size as the bag and then tell your printer what size the "paper" you are loading into your machine is.   Stuff the bags with the giant confetti and seal with a small piece of colored washi tape.     Then leave the bags for your guests in their seats or hand out with the programs.     Happy Celebrating!  
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  • Project and Photos by Brittni Mehlhoff   Incorporate fresh flowers at your reception, in an unexpected way, by creating these floral push pins and eucalyptus escort cards. Guests will be thrilled to hunt for their name and table number when greeting by this fall foliage.    
      Materials: Scissors Glue Gun Sharpie or Paint Pen Flat Top Thumb Tacks Eucalyptus Leaves Number Stickers Small Manilla Gift Tags Assorted Fall Foliage Strawflowers Heather   Step One: Start by adding small number stickers to the bottom center of a stack of gift tags. These numbers will correspond with the table number at which each guest will be seated.     Step Two: Next, cut a small or medium sized eucalyptus leaf from a larger stem and write your guest's names on the leaf with a marker or paint pen.      Step Three: Then, start putting the pieces together. Poke the eucalyptus stem through the hole at the top of your gift tag. Cut a small sprig of heather and poke it through the hole as well. Set aside.     Step Four: Now it's time to make the flower thumbtacks. Cut the stems completely off of the strawflowers, to provide a nice flat surface under the bloom for the thumbtack. Then, using a glue gun, apply a generous amount of glue to the underside of the strawflowers and attach the flat part of the thumbtack to the hot glue. Wait for the glue to dry for a few minutes before handling.     Step Five: Now you have a flower push pin to attach the escort cards to a fabric-covered cork board, as guests enter the reception area. Poke the push pin through the top of the eucalyptus leaf and gift tag and you are done.      Guests will find their tables quickly and easily, and at the end of the night, they can take their escort card home as a souvenir. Strawflowers dry out very easily, so it's a great memento that guests can keep to remember your special day.  
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  • Project and Photos by Brittni Mehlhoff     Incorporate the international symbol of love on your big day, with this sweet, wire heart, wrapped in velvety leaves from a dusty miller plant. It looks so good, no one will even know you made it yourself.     Materials: Dusty Miller Pliable Wire Washi Tape Wire Cutters Hot Glue Gun   How-To:     Step One: Cut a piece or wire that is 12-16 inches long.     Step Two: Bend the wire into a heart shape, by finding the mid point and bending up from there. Create the two humps for the top of the heart and bring the two ends together to finish the shape.     Step Three: Then, secure the two loose ends of the wire together with washi tape.     Step Four: Next, pluck leaves, of various sizes, off of a stem of dusty miller.       Step Five: Attach leaves individually to the wire with hot glue, starting at the top of the heart and working your way down.        Complete one side, and then the other.     Use the completed flower heart as a decoration for tables, the bride and groom chairs, or even as a cute cake topper. Note: If using around food, be sure to use edible flowers or non-toxic plant leaves only.
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  • Project and Photos By: Victoria Hudgins

    The latte bowl is having a wonderful design moment this year. Coming out at every store in the most beautiful hues, textures and styles. Grab a stack of coordinating bowls and bunches of your favorite flowers to finish off reception tables with a beautiful touch.     Using latte bowls as centerpieces gives a gorgeous presentation to flowers, allows you to use fewer stems (which saves money!) and they are low enough to allow guests to see each other and chat across the table.    1. Collect anywhere from 1-3 bowls per table in coordinating colors and designs. Place a small floral ball in water to soak for hours before putting the centerpieces together. You will need to make these on the day of your event, so enlist the help of a good friend to do the final put together and placement.     2. Carefully poke 3-4 stems of your favorite fully-blooming flowers into the balls.     3. Mist to keep florals alert just before table placement.       Project and Photos By: Victoria Hudgins
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  • Photo By: Michelle Lindsay Photography

    With the excitement and privilege of being Maid of Honor comes plenty of responsibility. Not sure where to start? We have you covered! With this handy checklist as your guide, you'll have one happy bride on your hands.  

    Pre-Wedding Duties: 

    Assist the bride-to-be throughout the planning process. Act as her right-hand woman, listening to her ideas, offering suggestions and input, and assisting her with pre-wedding tasks. Help her select bridesmaids’ dresses and shop for her wedding gown. Let her know you’re game to assist with anything she needs, from scouting wedding locations to attending cake tastings, but also take initiative by offering to help with specific duties like addressing invitations or working out seating chart details. Lead the pack. Give the other bridesmaids your contact info and encourage them to reach out to you with any questions or concerns. Coordinate bridal party duties, check in to make sure everyone is on task in terms of attire (purchasing their dresses on time, getting alterations, finding the right jewelry and shoes), and distribute information pertaining to wedding-related events. Take the lead on pre-wedding festivities. Organize the bachelorette party (enlist the help of the other bridesmaids in the planning), host or co-host the bridal shower, and attend all wedding-related parties. Keep a record of all gifts received at said events for the bride to refer to when she writes her thank-you notes. Spread the word about where the bride and groom are registered.

    Day-Of Duties:

    Familiarize yourself with the day-of itinerary and have a copy on hand. Have a list of all the vendors and their contact information on hand. This way, if any last minute issues or hiccups arise, you can simply step out and give them a quick call to smooth things out without worrying the bride. Double check to make sure the bridesmaids know where they need to be before the ceremony and when they need to show up.

    Pre-Ceremony:

    Keep the bride calm and happy! Act as the trusted friend that you are, ease any jitters she may have, keep the mood relaxed and upbeat. Help with the bride's hair, makeup, jewelry and gown. Act as a messenger between bride and groom. Make sure all the bridesmaids are on time, have their hair and makeup done, and that there are no major wardrobe malfunctions. Help the bride maneuver. Fluff and arrange her gown and veil. Help her in the restroom if necessary!

    Ceremony: 

    Arrange the bride's train and veil before the processional begins and just after she arrives at altar.  Hold the groom's ring during the ceremony. Hold the bride's bouquet while the couple exchanges vows. Sign the marriage license as a witness. Help bustle the train after the ceremony for easy dancing at reception.

    Reception:

    Stand next to the groom in the receiving line if there is one. Otherwise, act as a greeter. Dance with the best man during the wedding party sequence (typically following the first dance between the bride and groom).  Act as a hostess (along with the other bridesmaids). Invite guests to sign the guestbook, direct them to the restrooms, collect any cards or gifts, help them find their seats, answer questions, and engage them in conversation throughout the reception.  Refresh the bride's drink.  Make sure the bride gets a chance to eat something - even if it's quick!  Toast the couple following the best man's toast.  Continue to keep the bride happy, relaxed and worry-free.  Help the bride change into her send-off dress and make sure her wedding down is safely transported and stored following the reception.   Help wrap up and take care of any loose ends following the end of the reception.

     

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    By: Danyelle Mathews   Creating charming escort cards for your wedding doesn't have to take a lot of time or resources. Simply gather a few basic, inexpensive supplies to produce this budget-savvy, casual-chic concept.      Supplies: Manilla shipping tags Chalkboard paint Foam paintbrush   Step One Arrange your tags on a large work surface     Step Two Dip the foam paintbrush into the chalkboard paint and apply one brushstroke to each tag.     Step Three Allow the paint to dry completely, then write guests names and seating information on the tags with chalk.     Step Four Display the tags using a fabric backdrop, coordinating yarn or string and wooden clothespins.     {Photos by: Danyelle Matthews}
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  • Project & Photos By: Victoria Hudgins

    Looking for a less traditional cake topper for your wedding? These vintage fabric stars will bring a dose of bright charm to your cake or dessert bar.     Materials: To make them, you'll need basic star frame(s), mod podge, fabric, and scissors. Small cardboard star frames are available at your local craft store, while larger metal frames can be readily found at thrift stores or at many big box stores.     Materials (cont.): Find a fabric that coordinates with your wedding day. Search Etsy for a wide variety of pretty vintage florals or check your local fabric store for vintage replica fabrics.     Step One: Cut your fabric to the approximate size of your star and dredge it in a bowl of Modge Podge until completely wet. Place the fabric on top of your mold and use your fingers to gently shape it into form. Let dry overnight.     Step Two: Once dry, cut the fabric closer to the frame shape and turn over. Secure any extra fabric in the back with glue.     Step Three: Use wood glue to attach a stick to the backside of a large star frame. Many smaller frames come sold with small wooden sticks already attached.     Display Tip: Place one large star in your cake for a bold bright touch or scatter smaller stars atop cakes, cupcakes and desserts.          

     

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    Photos by: Chelsea Fuss     You will need:  A paper photo album (we used this one from Kolo) works great!  About 1/2 a yard of fabric  Ribbon or string Photo corners Fabric glue Scissors An iron     Take out the ribbon the photo album came with and separate the paper cover and set the pages aside.     Cut a piece of fabric that will cover the outside and inside of the paper photo album cover.     Press the fabric over the paper. Secure the fabric on the inside. fold over raw edges, press them and then secure them to the cover with glue.     Tie together the pages and secure them to the fabric cover with string or ribbon.     For the window opening, cut an X in the fabric and glue the excess fabric underneath the cover.     Secure photos with photo corners.      
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  • You'll fall in love with this exotic wedding locale... (expert advice)
    Photos by AMResorts
    By Project Wedding for our sponsor, Dreams Resorts & Spas

    Looking for a gorgeous, exotic place for your destination wedding? There are about a million reasons why Huatulco, Mexico is the perfect spot, but here are the top five reasons why you'll fall in love...

    5.  Gorgeous Surroundings.

    Huatulco has it all - waterfalls, lagoons, lush tropical jungle, and traditional Mexican dwellings. Imagine the amazing backdrops you’ll have for your wedding photos!

     

    4. It's Home to Two Impeccable Resorts.

    Choose between the family-friendly Dreams Huatulco or the brand new, adults-only Secrets Huatulco Resort & Spa to host your most special event. Both resorts offer the Unlimited-Luxuryexperience, where everything is included. You and your guests will be privy to gourmet a la carte dining, premium beverages, 24-hour room and concierge service, daily adventures, nightly entertainment and so much more.

     

    3. Have a “Wedding Weekend” Instead of a “Wedding Day.”

    The best part of a destination wedding is having a getaway with your nearest and dearest. Plan a 'welcome' cocktail party with little extras that incorporate the culture, like a tequila tasting, a cigar roller, or a Mariachi band. Host a day-after brunch where everyone can recap the amazing time they had at the wedding before they tee off at the nearby Tangolunda Golf Course.

     

    2. Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed and Something Green.

    Huatulco is a sustainable tourism destination and has been recognized with the prestigious Green Global Certification for their commitment to conserve and preserve the local environment.

     

    1. Bragging Rights.

    Your wedding at Dreams Huatulco or Secrets Huatulco Resort & Spa will surely wow your guests. They’ll get to experience a wedding beyond the standard reception hall, and your experience will be stress-free, thanks to the tailor-made wedding packages and dedicated on-site wedding coordinators.

    Discover the meaning of Unlimited-Luxury at any Dreams Resort & Spa or Secrets Resort & Spa. With locations in Huatulco, Cancun, Riviera Cancun, Puerto Aventuras, Tulum, Los Cabos, Puerto Vallarta, Nuevo Vallarta, Punta Cana, La Romana and Montego Bay, your dream destination awaits!

     

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  • You'll fall in love with this exotic wedding locale... (expert advice)
    Photos by AMResorts
    By Project Wedding for our sponsor, Dreams Resorts & Spas

    Looking for a gorgeous, exotic place for your destination wedding? There are about a million reasons why Huatulco, Mexico is the perfect spot, but here are the top five reasons why you'll fall in love...

    5.  Gorgeous Surroundings.

    Huatulco has it all - waterfalls, lagoons, lush tropical jungle, and traditional Mexican dwellings. Imagine the amazing backdrops you’ll have for your wedding photos!

     

    4. It's Home to Two Impeccable Resorts.

    Choose between the family-friendly Dreams Huatulco or the brand new, adults-only Secrets Huatulco Resort & Spa to host your most special event. Both resorts offer the Unlimited-Luxuryexperience, where everything is included. You and your guests will be privy to gourmet a la carte dining, premium beverages, 24-hour room and concierge service, daily adventures, nightly entertainment and so much more.

     

    3. Have a “Wedding Weekend” Instead of a “Wedding Day.”

    The best part of a destination wedding is having a getaway with your nearest and dearest. Plan a 'welcome' cocktail party with little extras that incorporate the culture, like a tequila tasting, a cigar roller, or a Mariachi band. Host a day-after brunch where everyone can recap the amazing time they had at the wedding before they tee off at the nearby Tangolunda Golf Course.

     

    2. Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed and Something Green.

    Huatulco is a sustainable tourism destination and has been recognized with the prestigious Green Global Certification for their commitment to conserve and preserve the local environment.

     

    1. Bragging Rights.

    Your wedding at Dreams Huatulco or Secrets Huatulco Resort & Spa will surely wow your guests. They’ll get to experience a wedding beyond the standard reception hall, and your experience will be stress-free, thanks to the tailor-made wedding packages and dedicated on-site wedding coordinators.

    Discover the meaning of Unlimited-Luxury at any Dreams Resort & Spa or Secrets Resort & Spa. With locations in Huatulco, Cancun, Riviera Cancun, Puerto Aventuras, Tulum, Los Cabos, Puerto Vallarta, Nuevo Vallarta, Punta Cana, La Romana and Montego Bay, your dream destination awaits!

     

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  • Photos By: ohhappyday.com   This giant confetti looks festive whether its floating through the air or looking pretty on the floor.     We've seen this giant confetti premade in different parts of Europe but you can make your own with a $12 circle punch and some tissue paper. Maybe buy two and enlist the help of a friend.   Materials: Glassine Bags 4 3/4" x 6 5/8" Tissue Paper Giant 2" Circle Punch Computer Printer Japanese Washi Tape     The bags are really easy. Did you know you can put these bags through a regular desktop printer and print your own design on them? For this one we just made a really simple design on Adobe Illustrator then put the bag through the printer. It depends what program you are working in, but usually you need to make your document the same size as the bag and then tell your printer what size the "paper" you are loading into your machine is.   Stuff the bags with the giant confetti and seal with a small piece of colored washi tape.     Then leave the bags for your guests in their seats or hand out with the programs.     Happy Celebrating!  
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  • Project and Photos by Brittni Mehlhoff   Incorporate fresh flowers at your reception, in an unexpected way, by creating these floral push pins and eucalyptus escort cards. Guests will be thrilled to hunt for their name and table number when greeting by this fall foliage.    
      Materials: Scissors Glue Gun Sharpie or Paint Pen Flat Top Thumb Tacks Eucalyptus Leaves Number Stickers Small Manilla Gift Tags Assorted Fall Foliage Strawflowers Heather   Step One: Start by adding small number stickers to the bottom center of a stack of gift tags. These numbers will correspond with the table number at which each guest will be seated.     Step Two: Next, cut a small or medium sized eucalyptus leaf from a larger stem and write your guest's names on the leaf with a marker or paint pen.      Step Three: Then, start putting the pieces together. Poke the eucalyptus stem through the hole at the top of your gift tag. Cut a small sprig of heather and poke it through the hole as well. Set aside.     Step Four: Now it's time to make the flower thumbtacks. Cut the stems completely off of the strawflowers, to provide a nice flat surface under the bloom for the thumbtack. Then, using a glue gun, apply a generous amount of glue to the underside of the strawflowers and attach the flat part of the thumbtack to the hot glue. Wait for the glue to dry for a few minutes before handling.     Step Five: Now you have a flower push pin to attach the escort cards to a fabric-covered cork board, as guests enter the reception area. Poke the push pin through the top of the eucalyptus leaf and gift tag and you are done.      Guests will find their tables quickly and easily, and at the end of the night, they can take their escort card home as a souvenir. Strawflowers dry out very easily, so it's a great memento that guests can keep to remember your special day.  
    2
  • Project and Photos by Brittni Mehlhoff     Incorporate the international symbol of love on your big day, with this sweet, wire heart, wrapped in velvety leaves from a dusty miller plant. It looks so good, no one will even know you made it yourself.     Materials: Dusty Miller Pliable Wire Washi Tape Wire Cutters Hot Glue Gun   How-To:     Step One: Cut a piece or wire that is 12-16 inches long.     Step Two: Bend the wire into a heart shape, by finding the mid point and bending up from there. Create the two humps for the top of the heart and bring the two ends together to finish the shape.     Step Three: Then, secure the two loose ends of the wire together with washi tape.     Step Four: Next, pluck leaves, of various sizes, off of a stem of dusty miller.       Step Five: Attach leaves individually to the wire with hot glue, starting at the top of the heart and working your way down.        Complete one side, and then the other.     Use the completed flower heart as a decoration for tables, the bride and groom chairs, or even as a cute cake topper. Note: If using around food, be sure to use edible flowers or non-toxic plant leaves only.
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  • Project and Photos By: Victoria Hudgins

    The latte bowl is having a wonderful design moment this year. Coming out at every store in the most beautiful hues, textures and styles. Grab a stack of coordinating bowls and bunches of your favorite flowers to finish off reception tables with a beautiful touch.     Using latte bowls as centerpieces gives a gorgeous presentation to flowers, allows you to use fewer stems (which saves money!) and they are low enough to allow guests to see each other and chat across the table.    1. Collect anywhere from 1-3 bowls per table in coordinating colors and designs. Place a small floral ball in water to soak for hours before putting the centerpieces together. You will need to make these on the day of your event, so enlist the help of a good friend to do the final put together and placement.     2. Carefully poke 3-4 stems of your favorite fully-blooming flowers into the balls.     3. Mist to keep florals alert just before table placement.       Project and Photos By: Victoria Hudgins
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  • Photo By: Michelle Lindsay Photography

    With the excitement and privilege of being Maid of Honor comes plenty of responsibility. Not sure where to start? We have you covered! With this handy checklist as your guide, you'll have one happy bride on your hands.  

    Pre-Wedding Duties: 

    Assist the bride-to-be throughout the planning process. Act as her right-hand woman, listening to her ideas, offering suggestions and input, and assisting her with pre-wedding tasks. Help her select bridesmaids’ dresses and shop for her wedding gown. Let her know you’re game to assist with anything she needs, from scouting wedding locations to attending cake tastings, but also take initiative by offering to help with specific duties like addressing invitations or working out seating chart details. Lead the pack. Give the other bridesmaids your contact info and encourage them to reach out to you with any questions or concerns. Coordinate bridal party duties, check in to make sure everyone is on task in terms of attire (purchasing their dresses on time, getting alterations, finding the right jewelry and shoes), and distribute information pertaining to wedding-related events. Take the lead on pre-wedding festivities. Organize the bachelorette party (enlist the help of the other bridesmaids in the planning), host or co-host the bridal shower, and attend all wedding-related parties. Keep a record of all gifts received at said events for the bride to refer to when she writes her thank-you notes. Spread the word about where the bride and groom are registered.

    Day-Of Duties:

    Familiarize yourself with the day-of itinerary and have a copy on hand. Have a list of all the vendors and their contact information on hand. This way, if any last minute issues or hiccups arise, you can simply step out and give them a quick call to smooth things out without worrying the bride. Double check to make sure the bridesmaids know where they need to be before the ceremony and when they need to show up.

    Pre-Ceremony:

    Keep the bride calm and happy! Act as the trusted friend that you are, ease any jitters she may have, keep the mood relaxed and upbeat. Help with the bride's hair, makeup, jewelry and gown. Act as a messenger between bride and groom. Make sure all the bridesmaids are on time, have their hair and makeup done, and that there are no major wardrobe malfunctions. Help the bride maneuver. Fluff and arrange her gown and veil. Help her in the restroom if necessary!

    Ceremony: 

    Arrange the bride's train and veil before the processional begins and just after she arrives at altar.  Hold the groom's ring during the ceremony. Hold the bride's bouquet while the couple exchanges vows. Sign the marriage license as a witness. Help bustle the train after the ceremony for easy dancing at reception.

    Reception:

    Stand next to the groom in the receiving line if there is one. Otherwise, act as a greeter. Dance with the best man during the wedding party sequence (typically following the first dance between the bride and groom).  Act as a hostess (along with the other bridesmaids). Invite guests to sign the guestbook, direct them to the restrooms, collect any cards or gifts, help them find their seats, answer questions, and engage them in conversation throughout the reception.  Refresh the bride's drink.  Make sure the bride gets a chance to eat something - even if it's quick!  Toast the couple following the best man's toast.  Continue to keep the bride happy, relaxed and worry-free.  Help the bride change into her send-off dress and make sure her wedding down is safely transported and stored following the reception.   Help wrap up and take care of any loose ends following the end of the reception.

     

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    By: Danyelle Mathews   Creating charming escort cards for your wedding doesn't have to take a lot of time or resources. Simply gather a few basic, inexpensive supplies to produce this budget-savvy, casual-chic concept.      Supplies: Manilla shipping tags Chalkboard paint Foam paintbrush   Step One Arrange your tags on a large work surface     Step Two Dip the foam paintbrush into the chalkboard paint and apply one brushstroke to each tag.     Step Three Allow the paint to dry completely, then write guests names and seating information on the tags with chalk.     Step Four Display the tags using a fabric backdrop, coordinating yarn or string and wooden clothespins.     {Photos by: Danyelle Matthews}
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  • Project & Photos By: Victoria Hudgins

    Looking for a less traditional cake topper for your wedding? These vintage fabric stars will bring a dose of bright charm to your cake or dessert bar.     Materials: To make them, you'll need basic star frame(s), mod podge, fabric, and scissors. Small cardboard star frames are available at your local craft store, while larger metal frames can be readily found at thrift stores or at many big box stores.     Materials (cont.): Find a fabric that coordinates with your wedding day. Search Etsy for a wide variety of pretty vintage florals or check your local fabric store for vintage replica fabrics.     Step One: Cut your fabric to the approximate size of your star and dredge it in a bowl of Modge Podge until completely wet. Place the fabric on top of your mold and use your fingers to gently shape it into form. Let dry overnight.     Step Two: Once dry, cut the fabric closer to the frame shape and turn over. Secure any extra fabric in the back with glue.     Step Three: Use wood glue to attach a stick to the backside of a large star frame. Many smaller frames come sold with small wooden sticks already attached.     Display Tip: Place one large star in your cake for a bold bright touch or scatter smaller stars atop cakes, cupcakes and desserts.          

     

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    Photos by: Chelsea Fuss     You will need:  A paper photo album (we used this one from Kolo) works great!  About 1/2 a yard of fabric  Ribbon or string Photo corners Fabric glue Scissors An iron     Take out the ribbon the photo album came with and separate the paper cover and set the pages aside.     Cut a piece of fabric that will cover the outside and inside of the paper photo album cover.     Press the fabric over the paper. Secure the fabric on the inside. fold over raw edges, press them and then secure them to the cover with glue.     Tie together the pages and secure them to the fabric cover with string or ribbon.     For the window opening, cut an X in the fabric and glue the excess fabric underneath the cover.     Secure photos with photo corners.      
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  • You'll fall in love with this exotic wedding locale... (expert advice)
    Photos by AMResorts
    By Project Wedding for our sponsor, Dreams Resorts & Spas

    Looking for a gorgeous, exotic place for your destination wedding? There are about a million reasons why Huatulco, Mexico is the perfect spot, but here are the top five reasons why you'll fall in love...

    5.  Gorgeous Surroundings.

    Huatulco has it all - waterfalls, lagoons, lush tropical jungle, and traditional Mexican dwellings. Imagine the amazing backdrops you’ll have for your wedding photos!

     

    4. It's Home to Two Impeccable Resorts.

    Choose between the family-friendly Dreams Huatulco or the brand new, adults-only Secrets Huatulco Resort & Spa to host your most special event. Both resorts offer the Unlimited-Luxuryexperience, where everything is included. You and your guests will be privy to gourmet a la carte dining, premium beverages, 24-hour room and concierge service, daily adventures, nightly entertainment and so much more.

     

    3. Have a “Wedding Weekend” Instead of a “Wedding Day.”

    The best part of a destination wedding is having a getaway with your nearest and dearest. Plan a 'welcome' cocktail party with little extras that incorporate the culture, like a tequila tasting, a cigar roller, or a Mariachi band. Host a day-after brunch where everyone can recap the amazing time they had at the wedding before they tee off at the nearby Tangolunda Golf Course.

     

    2. Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed and Something Green.

    Huatulco is a sustainable tourism destination and has been recognized with the prestigious Green Global Certification for their commitment to conserve and preserve the local environment.

     

    1. Bragging Rights.

    Your wedding at Dreams Huatulco or Secrets Huatulco Resort & Spa will surely wow your guests. They’ll get to experience a wedding beyond the standard reception hall, and your experience will be stress-free, thanks to the tailor-made wedding packages and dedicated on-site wedding coordinators.

    Discover the meaning of Unlimited-Luxury at any Dreams Resort & Spa or Secrets Resort & Spa. With locations in Huatulco, Cancun, Riviera Cancun, Puerto Aventuras, Tulum, Los Cabos, Puerto Vallarta, Nuevo Vallarta, Punta Cana, La Romana and Montego Bay, your dream destination awaits!

     

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  • You'll fall in love with this exotic wedding locale... (expert advice)
    Photos by AMResorts
    By Project Wedding for our sponsor, Dreams Resorts & Spas

    Looking for a gorgeous, exotic place for your destination wedding? There are about a million reasons why Huatulco, Mexico is the perfect spot, but here are the top five reasons why you'll fall in love...

    5.  Gorgeous Surroundings.

    Huatulco has it all - waterfalls, lagoons, lush tropical jungle, and traditional Mexican dwellings. Imagine the amazing backdrops you’ll have for your wedding photos!

     

    4. It's Home to Two Impeccable Resorts.

    Choose between the family-friendly Dreams Huatulco or the brand new, adults-only Secrets Huatulco Resort & Spa to host your most special event. Both resorts offer the Unlimited-Luxuryexperience, where everything is included. You and your guests will be privy to gourmet a la carte dining, premium beverages, 24-hour room and concierge service, daily adventures, nightly entertainment and so much more.

     

    3. Have a “Wedding Weekend” Instead of a “Wedding Day.”

    The best part of a destination wedding is having a getaway with your nearest and dearest. Plan a 'welcome' cocktail party with little extras that incorporate the culture, like a tequila tasting, a cigar roller, or a Mariachi band. Host a day-after brunch where everyone can recap the amazing time they had at the wedding before they tee off at the nearby Tangolunda Golf Course.

     

    2. Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed and Something Green.

    Huatulco is a sustainable tourism destination and has been recognized with the prestigious Green Global Certification for their commitment to conserve and preserve the local environment.

     

    1. Bragging Rights.

    Your wedding at Dreams Huatulco or Secrets Huatulco Resort & Spa will surely wow your guests. They’ll get to experience a wedding beyond the standard reception hall, and your experience will be stress-free, thanks to the tailor-made wedding packages and dedicated on-site wedding coordinators.

    Discover the meaning of Unlimited-Luxury at any Dreams Resort & Spa or Secrets Resort & Spa. With locations in Huatulco, Cancun, Riviera Cancun, Puerto Aventuras, Tulum, Los Cabos, Puerto Vallarta, Nuevo Vallarta, Punta Cana, La Romana and Montego Bay, your dream destination awaits!

     

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Planning Basics: Find the best place to register, find the best centerpiece for your color scheme, and find the perfect thank you gifts for your bridal party – all while staying under budget – with our wedding planning tips and ideas.

DIY Wedding: With so many colorful images of unique wedding ideas we’ve found, plus all our real wedding images, you’ll find the most DIY wedding ideas here. From simple wedding favors to more complex origami wedding decorations – if we think you can make it, you’ll find it here (if it’s not here it doesn’t mean we don’t think you can make it, it just means we want you to send us a picture when your DIY project is done)!

Fashion & Beauty: Don’t forget to find wedding ideas for yourself! We have thousands of pictures of bridal hair and makeup, as well as one of the largest selections of wedding dresses for you to browse.

Wedding Venues: Not only do we have ideas for one-of-a-kind wedding venues as well as established wedding venues in your area, we have some of the very best wedding decoration ideas and wedding theme ideas for once you have nailed down the venue.

Wedding Cake: While we must admit that wedding cake is delicious (mmmm, wedding cake, nom nom nom), your cake will also serve as a focal point of the wedding reception. Check out all of our wedding ideas for cake decorations as well as cake alternatives.

Engagement Rings: Project Wedding doesn’t just start once you’ve gotten engaged. Register with us before the big question has been popped and share photos of your favorite engagement rings with your future better half.

Honeymoon: Project Wedding doesn’t stop with the wedding either. We’ve included hundreds of post-wedding ideas to inspire your perfect honeymoon!