DIY: Make a custom envelope liner

A simple way to add immediate pizzazz to your invitation suite is the envelope liner. It’s quick, easy and here, it’s FREE! Just download the templates here and use the steps below to create a unique wedding surprise for your invitees.

Supplies: Paper cutter or scissors, templates (download here: envelope liners), double-sided stick tape or glue stick, envelopes

Step 1: Print off your template pattern

Step 2: Cut off the white edges.

Step 3: Measure the size of your envelope and cut about 1/16″ smaller to the shape. You don’t need to go all the way down to the bottom as that will just add extra bulk.

Step 4: Put down the tape and secure the liner to the tape.

Step 5: Crease the liner to the crease of the envelope.

Voila! You’re done! It’s so easy and perfect for making a great impression!

DIY and photography by Brittany Watson Jepsen of The House That Lars Built 

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Trend alert: sheer!

I’ve been spotting sheer everywhere these days and weddings is no exception. Done in the right way it can be beautiful, dreamy, and ethereal. Done in the wrong way it could be sleazy and not fit for a celebration of all your closest friends and family. Though I won’t be baring my all anytime soon, I find it beautiful in the right setting.

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by Brittany Watson Jepsen of The House that Lars Built 

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Edible flowers for your wedding

I’ve been seeing some lovely ideas for adding edible flowers into food items. How fun would that be for a wedding? Whether it be in a cup, or frozen popsicles or cheese, edible flowers would be the perfect addition for a bright and cheery event.

edible flower cocktails by Martha Stewart   |  edible flower cheese  |  edible flower ice cubes  |  edible flower popsicles

by Brittany Watson Jepsen of The House That Lars Built 

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Floral backdrops for your reception

Now that spring has arrived (more or less), it’s time to celebrate the season in style–with a floral backdrops for your reception. They are the perfect setting for a photobooth whether you’re indoors or out. Depending on your level of craftiness you can choose one that best fits your style.

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by Brittany Watson Jepsen of The House That Lars Built 

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DIY: Make a card for the bridal couple

Do you love getting your craft on? Make a handmade card for the bridal couple with these few simples steps. It’s a little mod, a little now, and lots of fun. You can even personalize it with customized names to add an extra touch.

Materials: kraft paper card set (I bought mine here), black paper, white paper, gold pen (I use this gold Sharpie), glue (I used this scrapbooker’s glue), scissors, black pen, ruler

Step 1: Cut out very small circles from white paper for the strand of pearls. I made 3 about the same size and then 4 smaller ones.

Step 2: Cut out a bow tie from the black paper. The more uneven the better to give it a quirky quality.

Step 3: (optional) To spice up the background, I added diagonal gold lines. Use a ruler for extra precision.

Step 4: Write in “bride” and “groom” or their names for a personal touch.

DONE! Fun and easy, right?!

DIY and photography by Brittany Watson Jepsen of The House that Lars Built

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