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Kaymi and Lee's vintage wedding © kerriemitchell.co.uk

Kaymi and Lee’s vintage wedding was a blend of Western and...

East meets West in this classic day with a taste of the Orient – we love this quirky couple's vintage wedding theme! How they met A...
Emily and Stephen's tipi wedding © hbaphotography.com

Emily and Stephen had a rustic tipi wedding reception with quirky...

A rustic romance theme with a quirky blessing ceremony made this countryside tipi wedding an occasion to remember… The proposal Stephen pulled the wool over Emily’s...

DIY wedding tutorial: how to make a vintage lace bridal belt!

Adding the finishing touches to your bridal look? Learn how to create gorgeous accessories with a little help from Adornments by Myra Callan -...
Hanna and Gareth's outdoor wedding © lissaalexandraphotography.com

We love Hanna & Gareth’s alternative outdoor wedding and boho tipi...

Hanna and Gareth had a beautiful outdoor wedding, finishing up with a silent disco in their tipi! The first date Hanna and Gareth’s first date was...

Natalie and Guy’s rustic DIY wedding – complete with tipis!

'Back to school' took on a whole new meaning for this loved-up pair, who chose an unusual venue for their DIY wedding day... How they...

DIY wedding cake tutorial: how to make peony cake decorations

Transform a simple cake into a fabulous floral creation with these gorgeous DIY wedding cake decorations, courtesy of Rosalind Miller! Peonies are one of the...
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8 ways to guarantee the perfect DIY wedding video

Thinking about filming your own wedding day? We asked Andrea McDowell, founder of Shoot It Yourself, how to get perfect results from your DIY...

7 of our favourite DIY wedding video tutorials!

If you're a crafty bride-to-be, then DIY wedding video tutorials should be your best friend - they're a great resource that will help you...

10 DIY wedding stationery ideas that are perfect for brides on...

From save the dates to table plans, we love nothing more than seeing the unusual DIY wedding stationery that our real brides come up...

QUIZ: What’s your perfect wedding reception theme?

Can't decide on the perfect wedding reception theme for your big day? Take our quiz and find out...

Bunting and fairylights galore – we’re in love with Helen and...

How they met “Our first date was playing pool at a local pub in Middlesbrough,” remembers Helen. “It wasn’t the most romantic of settings, but...

Create a wonderfully unique wedding with these fab DIY finishing touches

Here at Wedding Ideas, we love DIY weddings. Firstly, you can save a huge chunk of your budget by making and creating things yourself....

Let’s get crafty! It’s time to make your very own pom...

Pom poms are going to be big news for 2013 and 2014 weddings – they are quick and fun to make, they come in...

How to make your own vintage-style table plan

Creating your own table plan can be lots of fun and it adds a personal touch to your day. Luck & Luck have a...

DIY wedding stationery Q&A – Your questions answered!

Lots of people tell us that they would love to make their own wedding stationery but many say they lack the skill or imagination....

7 top tips for creating gorgeous DIY wedding flowers

Making your own DIY wedding flowers for your own big day is not as hard as it may seem. Get beautiful blooms for less...

How to make your very own bridal brooch bouquet

We love brooch bouquets, they're chic, they look amazing and they last much longer than fresh flowers. Contemporary and vintage wedding jewellery designer Harriet...

10 DIY details that won’t cost a thing

DIY equals a very personal wedding day – well, that’s what we think. It’s also a practical solution for when you’re trying to keep...

How to make a beautiful wedding buttonhole

“Every bride-to-be knows what they want every little detail to look like for their wedding day, from the flowers and decorations to the dress...

Make your very own gingerbread wedding favours

If you’ve got a bit of time before your wedding (and time to practice a bit) then...