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How to have a happy, handmade wedding

By AbiSilvester on January 6th, 2009 0 comments yet. Be the First

handmade-wedding.jpgIf you’re fretting about your finances when you should be having fun with planning your big day, a fantastic solution to the cost of weddings in these credit-crunched times is to go handmade wherever possible. Not only will you end up with a unique feel to your wedding that won’t appear in the least bit ‘cheap’; you’ll save oodles of cash, too.

Here are some ideas for wedding accessories I found today – all handmade originals. Follow the jump for details.


From top left to right:

Customised wedding bunting: any names or message you want to add a personal touch to your reception venue, dance floor or altar. $54 for a set of three on Etsy

Personalised wedding stars dough guest-tags: £18.75 for a pack of 25 from Moments By Martha on Folksy.

Lily of the Valley Vail Bridal tulle decorated with venice lace for a beautiful vintage look. $135 on Etsy

Romantic flower love necklace. £29 from Ali Bali jewellery on Folksy

Hand-painted wine glass with other wedding-themed designs available: $12 on Etsy




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