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DIY Wedding Avenue

March 27, 2012 No Comments by girlintheyellowcab

I’ve been helping my best friend plan her wedding since we were in high school with imaginary husbands. It is safe to say we have read through every bridal and wedding magazine in Barnes & Noble. Her wedding is in June and I can’t believe it’s just around the corner. As we round the final turn and make finishing touches to her Bridal Shower, Bachelorette Party and Big Day, I’ve come to realize a few things:

1. Make DIY project realistic. If they are, you will be ten times happier with the outcome.
2. Themes are great only if you stick to them. We’re using this theme for her bridal shower.
3. Keep Organized. I’ve used an Excel Spreadsheet to store her guest lists.
4.  Homemade desserts and h’ourderves trump catered food.
5. Pay attention to detail. Your guests will notice the little things you did to make them feel special and welcome.

{Nicole’s Bridal Shower invite that I made}

{A request by the bride for her bridal shower dessert}

{My inspriation for a cute way to serve lemonade to guests}

Sincerely,

THE GIRL IN THE YELLOW CAB

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