Save money without sacrificing style by buying a plain white, store-bought cake and decorating it yourself. Heather Baird, master confectioner and owner of Sprinklebakes, shows how to decorate a white cake three ways: watercolor geode, gold floral, and rose gold art deco.
Fresh flowers can be a real budget buster, so if you're looking for ideas to cut back in a big way, consider putting together non-floral centerpieces. Depending on your wedding theme or style you could consider anything from vintage books and candles, spray-painted branches, greenery, potted plants, fruit or picture frames.
Rain or shine, renting a tent is always a good idea for an outdoor wedding. Consider mixing both round and rectangle tables to maximize space throughout. Here, gorgeous greenery vines and illuminating bistro lights hang from the tent ceiling to bring maximum chicness to an otherwise plain space. Photo: T&K Photography
Perfect for a fall wedding, a faux pumpkin or funkin is a cute and easy idea to master. Glam up the pumpkin with gold glitter on the stem, fill a jar with colorful permanent markers and use a smaller funkin to let guests know what to sign.
Justin and Nathan both planned a surprise proposal for each other. Click hear to learn about the proposal that led up to this party and how to plan your own surprise proposal. Follow their wedding-planning journey for more budget ideas and inspiration at www.becominghusbands.com.
Sand meets ultra-gorgeous flower for a DIY centerpiece idea that's truly just as easy as it is beautiful. Cluster a few flower-and-sand creations together; add in tea light candles and you'll have a dreamy summer centerpiece worthy of a dreamy beach wedding.