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Best of 2012: DIYs

We can’t take a look back at 2012 without mentioning our favorite DIY tutorials and crafted goodness! From wedding favors to paper flowers to backdrop installations, these projects are guaranteed to get your creative juices flowing and creating some serious beauty:

This tutorial (which followed an equally amazing styled shoot) from Sweet Sunday Events put some pixelated goodness into the backdrop arena:
diy pixelated backdropsdiy pixelated backdrops

We loved these paper flowers so much, we used them as our business cards at the Cream Event NYC:
paper flower anemones

This DIY moss table number tutorial from Hank and Hunt adds some green intrigue to your reception table:
moss table numbers

One of our very favorite tutorials is this one from HEY LOOK for geometric favor boxes, perfect for bright pick-me-ups!
geometric favor boxes

These dip-dyed ribbons from HEY LOOK stole our hearts completely:
dip dyed pink ribbons

The photo table runner in this shoot from Krista Mason and Chic Celebrations continues to be a huge hit to this day:
film photo table runner

These baby’s breath and greenery monogram signs from HEY LOOK are the perfect statement pieces for your reception!
monogram babys breath

These cement pots with gold leaf detailing proved to be quite the hit:
gold leaf cement pots

This DIY photo canvas art from photographer Rachael Grace was a big pleaser for wedding favors and mementos:
diy photo canvas art

We were thrilled to have Emerson Events share with us how to make the tissue paper garland from her neon wedding inspiration shoot!
neon tassel garlands

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    Liondragoncstom on December 30, 2012 at 9:10 am

    OMG WE LOVE THEM!!! How fantastic! They are just beautiful and bring back every emotion from the day. Thank you so much, we can’t wait to see them all!!

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