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Sweets for My Sweet!

Baker Naomi Henderson shares a simple tutorial on decorating with fondant to create cute cupcakes. Read more ››
Aisle Say

Wed-site Roundup

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DIY bridesmaid cards, a travel-themed real wedding and how to throw a white, yellow and slate gray wedding Read more ››
Thursday, 1/28/2010 at 2:00PM
Aisle Say

Wed-Site Roundup

Wilderness hairpieces, a bouquet made from recycled paper bags, and a Mario Bros.-themed wedding cake

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Thursday, 1/7/2010 at 2:00PM
Dresses & Style

Top Indie Artisans

Our favorite made-by-hand businesses who made it big this year Read more ››
Aisle Say

Wed-site Roundup

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DIY wine wrap, a winter-chic real wedding, a hand-drawn wedding invitation and more. Read more ››
Thursday, 12/24/2009 at 2:00PM
Ideas

Allison and Mark in Glen Ellen, CA

A couple plans a summertime wedding in a rustic setting full of bright hues Read more ››
Ideas

Christina and Brandon in Lancaster, PA

A rustic venue inspires a joyous celebration brimming with homespun charm and clever details Read more ››
Brides Daily

Attention DIY New Yorkers

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Great news for all you budget-minded brides-to-be in New York City: a brand new Michael's craft store has opened in Manhattan! Located at 808 Columbus Avenue (at 100th Street), this huge new resource has a ton of products for the innovative DIYer. Read more ››
Thursday, 11/12/2009 at 9:30AM
Brides Daily

A DIY backyard wedding

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Think a reception at home won't be...special enough? The easygoing, enchanting touches in our "Homecoming" feature, including flatware wrapped in bandanas, carafes of champagne and cherries, and floral coasters, are guaranteed to turn any backyard into a charming wedding venue. Bonus for all you DIYers: we've got hands-on details aplenty, from "chandeliers" to tablecloths. Read more ››
Friday, 11/6/2009 at 9:30AM
Aisle Say

Invite delight

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A friend recently told me that she purchased the most inexpensive, generic wedding invitation she could find because "everyone just throws them out anyway." Little does she know, the invite she sent to me is perfectly intact and safely tucked away in the desk drawer where I keep every wedding invitation I've ever received Read more ››
Wednesday, 9/9/2009 at 11:02AM
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