Beside planning the wedding, I had so much fun doing some DIYs for my wedding as you can tell. I loved the process is just as much as the wedding day itself. If you decide to do a bit of DIY for your wedding even you’re not a crafty person, this DIY trick definitely works our for you. It’s so easy and simple to create your own DIY velum confetti cones. Follow along to find out the how to steps.
As a graphic designer, you might think designing my own invitations would be a piece of cake. In fact, I was dwelling on deciding the concept of our invitations. We all agree that invitations are so important to set the tone of your wedding and create the first impression of the overall design. Alright, the pressure was on. I stepped back a bit to think how do I normally begin the design process with my clients. The process of trying to link the couple’s lovestory and infuse some personality into a piece of paper.
We were finally getting hitched!! And yes…yes I’ve already shared some of my favourite photos on Instagram. But before having a full post about how it went by, I’d like to share some snaps of me getting ready in the afternoon of my wedding day. Head this way for more details.
One of my favourite projects from 2017 was the bridesmaid thank you gift boxes for Rafa’s wedding. I’ve shared some snippets of those works over on Instagram including Lovebirdstories feed, but now I’ve got the full footage from the photographer and I’m feeling over the moon to see all of them together once again.
Whilst my wedding preparations are still blurry, one thing for sure is picking my bridesmaids. For sure I want them to be my side on my big day because they always have my back! My ladies who have seen it all and stuck by my side through thick and thin, so I want this to be special. This proposal with a basket filled with thoughtful hand-picked items will say it all. Head this way to see how I created these curated gifts and asked them to stand next to me on my wedding day in France.