What can I DIY for my wedding?

What can I DIY for my wedding?

30 Easy Wedding Projects for DIY Brides

  • Confetti Party Poppers. Now that tossing rice at newlyweds is considered passe, couples are faced with several send-off choices.
  • Wedding Day Emergency Kit.
  • Gilded Table Numbers.
  • Brooch Bouquet.
  • Wedding Vow Notebooks.
  • Birch Bark Wedding Vases.
  • Bridesmaid Ask Gift.
  • Glitter Soles.

How can I make my wedding day unique?

50 Clever Wedding Ideas to Make Your Big Day Stand Out

  1. Hire a roaming raw bar.
  2. Surprise guests with an end-of-the-night food truck.
  3. Pick an unexpected backdrop for your engagement session.
  4. Show ’em some #Natitude.
  5. Guide guests to their seats with take-home wine stoppers.
  6. Frame the scenery.
  7. Forget the flower baskets.

What do you do with leftovers at a wedding?

10 Things To Do With The Food From Your Wedding, So It Doesn’t Go To Waste

  1. Give Guests Takeout Containers. SARYMSAKOV ANDREY/Shutterstock.
  2. Give It To Those In Need.
  3. Feed The Band.
  4. Reheat It Later On In The Night.
  5. Bring It To A Local Fire Station.
  6. Freeze It.
  7. Bring It Back To Your Hotel.
  8. Create Goody Bags.

How do I surprise my wedding guests?

10 Ways To Surprise Your Wedding Guests

  1. Wardrobe change.
  2. Switch up the bouquet toss and garter toss.
  3. Try this fun spin on table numbers.
  4. Organize games for each table.
  5. Set up a satellite bar.
  6. Book your favorite food truck.
  7. Have a campfire.
  8. Try a fun alternative to a photo booth.

What do you do with napkins after wedding?

Thinks like napkins and table runners can work great in your home—break them out for your next dinner party. See if you can donate leftover table linens to a local food shelter (after a thorough cleaning) or ask your venue if they want to keep them for a future wedding.

What do you do with your wedding cake?

Traditionally speaking, the top tier of a wedding cake is often saved and preserved to be eaten once again at one of two occasions—your one-year anniversary or your first child’s christening (which often was within that first year of marriage).