An alternative to a traditional unity candle for an outdoor wedding... oil lamps won't blow out so easily in the breeze!
unity candle - place it in a glass holder that is slightly taller then the candle so the wind will not blow out the flame!
the most gorgeous alternative wedding dress. whenever i do get married, i won't be a traditional bride.
DIY wedding banner-a very thin foam core so that I could easily glitter both sides of the letters. Just print out the template below onto an 11X17 paper and follow the tutorial below. Glitter on! ~ Lia
Cupcake Bar, you could do these and then just get a really pretty smash cake for Kaleigh so she has something to blow her candle out on and for pictures. We could make the cupcakes ourselves too so we have a variety of whatever you want, we could even make pink and purple cupcakes!
Marks and Spencers
Smart and stylish, this pure cotton dinner shirt adds classic finesse to your look, while its innovative stain defence protects against dirt and stains. While traditional methods to remove similar stains relied on more detergent being used and hotter water temperature, this shirt resists water and oil to defend against stains. Spills roll off and stains wash out more easily. £39.50
In our traditional Rose ceremony, roses are handed out to the family members and close friends of the Bride and Groom. During the wedding ceremony, the officiant will request that those with a rose come forward and place them together in a vase. While they are doing so, the officiant will explain that these roses are symbols of the love that those in attendance wish to share with Bride and Groom.
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Painting fabric furniture Materials: 1 quart of latex satin paint in the color of your choice (I used Valspar Catwalk) 1 paint brush (3-4") 1 can white spray paint if you want to do the legs 2 large bottles of white school glue water a spray bottle extra fine sand paper furniture nails ( they come in packages of 25 for $1 at Lowes) How to: 1. Clean furniture well of any dust or stains if there are any 2. Spray furniture down with water. You want it to be wet, but not soaked. 3. Mix 1:1 parts water and glue in an old bowl or cup 4. Mix 1:1 parts glue mixture and paint 5. Add in 1/2 the amount of water to the paint/glue mixture to water it down. So you want 2 parts paint mixture to 1 part water. 6. Paint your first coat on the furniture. It will be thin and the fabric will show through. Let dry. 7. Add 2 more coats, allowing each to dry between coats. 8. Once dry, sand with fine sand paper. Barely sand. Do NOT put pressure on it, as to remove the paint. This is what makes the paint soft. It will feel hard as a rock before this step, and then you won't be able to tell it's paint once you're done. 9. Paint the legs and add the furniture nails if you wanted to add them. To space the nails out evenly, I folded a piece of paper to about 1/2" and then taped it to make it stiff and used it as a spacer. LIGHTLY hammer in the nails. It is not necessary to pound them in. They will go in easily. If you pound them, it will dent and scratch the nail heads and will also cause them to go in crooked. Believe me, I threw about 3 away before I realized, a tap is all you need. And that's it. Easy and cheap!