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DIY Wedding program
Photo credits: Weddingchicks.com

Wedding pins that pop

It's easy to get lost on Pinterest and lose hours searching pins and drooling over ideas and inspiration in all areas of life, from style to travel to food. But when it comes to weddings, Pinterest can make your head spin with infinite possibilities for everything from bouquets to cakes to invites. That's why we’re sharing some of the DIY ideas that have recently caught our eye.

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Wedding programs

Make sure guests know what’s coming up during the reception and when the speeches are with stylish programs. We like these cute DIY programs pinned from Weddingchicks.com. Easy, customizable and oh-so-cute.

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Wire table numbers

Forgo standard table numbers for something a little more interesting. This fresh idea, pinned from Once Wed, pairs numbers made from wire (the kind you could get at any hardware store) with potted plants for an eye-catching result.

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Aisle runner

We love the idea of an aisle runner made of chalkboard material (chalkboard roll or black material) where guests can write messages to the bride and groom, or the happy couple can write a message of their own. Pinned from Bridal Musings.

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Wedding wall art

What special message do you want to share with guests? Create some stylish wall art out of your favorite quotes, display at the wedding and then hang it up at home for the ultimate post-wedding souvenir. Pinned from Make and Do Girl.

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Paint chip garland

If you’ve got tons of paint chips sitting around, we suggest using them to create a colorful wedding garland like this one, pinned from Imbue You I Do. Use hues that match your overall decor, or go nuts and create a multicolor garland for a touch of whimsical charm.

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