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Why You Should Learn How to Make a DIY Boutonniere Before Your Wedding Day

by M.E. Russell

DIY Boutonnieres for your Big Day

When I was a little girl, I was a part of my local 4-H club (for those who weren't lucky enough to be a part of it, 4-H is a community club where kids take classes and can present their projects at their local county and state fairs and it was SO MUCH FUN). One of the 4-H classes I took was floral arranging. When I signed up for the class, I thought, "Piece of cake. Flowers in a vase. Boom, done." Not so. There is so much more to arranging...

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Make It: Easy DIY Wax Seals

by DIY Maven

Make It: Easy DIY Wax Seals

In the e-mail era, wax seals might sound completely unnecessary, but for invitations, promotional materials and love letters, they're an eye-catching punctuation sure to impress. Today I found two techniques that are bookmark-worthy. The first comes from Rage Haus. The maker used a dowel and a wood burning tool with a fine tip to create the design, in this case, initials. Lovely.

For an even easier technique, check out this idea from Off...

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A Wedding Gown from Target - Perfect for the Curbly Bride?

by DIY Maven

Isaac Mizrahi sheath dress ($90)

Okay, so they’re not made of imported Italian fabrics and they’re not embellished with Swarovski Crystals, but they are stylish. Available on-line only, Target’s bridal gown offerings have been designed by Isaac Mizrahi and range from about $90 to $160.

Isacc Mizrahi for Target Silk Cowl Dress ($130)

More upscale, but still unbelievably affordable and chic are J. Crew’s bridal offerings. From $200 to $700, they’re available in 0 to 14 or 16...

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