Lucky for us, we have a few of Kalin's do-it-yourself projects from her Maui wedding. Being a stationer and all-around crafty gal, she is here to prove to us that you can pull off some pretty spectacular diy projects even if you aren't having a destination wedding.
We are going to start off with their antique doorknob table numbers, a knockout element to any table decor. We can already see this being a trend setting diy project for your wedding table. Photographed by Katrina Louise.
Photography: Katrina Louise DIY Project By: The Vintage Alley Read on for directions on how to make your own antique door knob table numbers. So perfect for a vintage inspired wedding. Don't you think?
Supplies Distressed wood boards (I found an old fence and cut 8 even pieces – 12 in. x 5 in.)
Address numbers (Home Depot has a variety of different styles)
Vintage key plate Vintage doorknob (I used ones that were collected by my husband’s grandmother, but you can also find them at salvage stores, flea markets, ebay or anthropologie)
Screw and 2 small nails (provided with address number)
Frame stands - can be found at JoAnns or other craft store Step1: Nail address number to wooden board Step 2: Place screw inside of your vintage knob.
Step 3: Firmly tighten screw on side of knob to hold longer screw in place.
Step 4: Using the screw secured in the knob, tighten key plate onto wooden board.
Extra White wash the wooden pieces for a shabby chic look.