If you've fallen hard for one or more DIY projects but come up short in the cut-and-paste department, you can still pull off a handmade wedding. Here's how.
Get thee to ETSY
Why spend weeks folding a thousand origami cranes when artisans from this online marketplace can do the heavy lifting for you?
Hire a pro
Kari Adams, a craft concierge and the brains behind The Handmade Event—yes, there is such a thing—designs and produces personalized DIY projects.
Hire an intern
Tight budget? Advertise for help via a university job board or a site like agentanything.com, where students bid for short-term gigs.