Too cute and would you believe it, this inspiration is made up mostly of DIYs! Designed by Laced With Love Events and captured by Buns Photography we promise this DIY playful garden wedding will make you smile! Want to see more? Of course you do, so check out the full gallery here to see all of the fantastic details!
Floral Crown Recipe
Green grape leaf vine, gunni eucalyptus, blue thistle, yellow billy balls, snow white feverfew. Now you'll be able to create this look on your own!
Gunni eucalyptus, blue thistle, snow white feverfew, yellow billy balls. Want a matching hubs? We vote yes!
For a fun, flirty rustic garden look with a pop of color, we used brightly colored florals for our brides bouquet. Zinnias, purple lisianthus, yellow billy balls, silver dusty miller, blue thistle, geranium leaves, and zinnia foliage. The kind of bouquet that isn't for the shy of color!
DIY Donut & Dessert Bar
From Laced With Love Events :We custom ordered the Donuts from Pink Ribbon Donuts in Mission Viejo, CA. They were amazing. They did a great job in using bright and vibrant colors to coordinate with our theme. You can display the donuts on a tiered dessert display or on a dessert platter like we used, and stack them carefully so they don’t topple over. We went with the small cake donuts, and used hot pink and a neon yellow with retro colored sprinkles. You can go with just a white frosted, or any color that goes with your theme. Donuts are a fun and delicious treat to share with your guests!
How To DIY glittered candles
These glitter dipped candles are fun, cute, and SUPER easy to create. All you need are unscented candle sticks, glitter, regular school glue or fast drying craft glue if you’re in a hurry, and a medium sandwich baggie.
1. Place a generous amount of glitter in the bag.2. Rub glue on the candle as high as you’d like the glitter to be- don’t put glue on the very bottom of the candle.3. While holding the bag open, carefully dip the candle and twist and twirl it around until the glue is covered in glitter.4. Stand up in a holder and leave to dry.