Monday, March 4, 2013

Celebrations: a black, white & bling wedding

As the weather warms, more and more couples will be planning their weddings. And if you want to add a special touch to your big day, take a look at some of these beautiful items from the David Tutera Bridal Collection.





Blog David Tutera BridalThis is just a sampling of some of the diy supplies from the line. There are also bouquet wraps, vellum light shades, branches with led lights and more. Here are a few ideas that I came up with using the David Tutera Bridal Collection.

Using one of the Pearl & Rhinestone Crown Picks, I created a small arrow to pierce through the pre-printed table number card.



I also used one of the rhinestone pins to embellish the card. 



The table number stand is nestled in a small cup filled with the diamond charms. 


To create a these black velvet and jewel napkin rings, use paper towel tubes cut down to 2 inches. Wrap them in black velvet, tucking in the raw edges and gluing the fabric to the roll. Glue on a strip of the Bling on a Roll.



Table favors can be expensive but you can keep the cost down by making these party favor mint cups. Purchase small containers like these small cups I found at the dollar store. Embellish with a strip of ribbon and some of the self stick rhinestones. Fill with mints wrapped in cellophane.



Here’s a list of the David Tutera Bridal Collections supplies that I used:

Table Number
  • Pre-printed table number card
  • Table Number Stand
  • Rhinestone Pin
  • Pearl & Rhinestone Crown Pick
  • Diamond Charms
Napkin Ring:
  • Bling on a Roll
Favor Mint Cup
  • Self stick Rhinestones
  • Bling on a Roll
  • Candy Scoop

Although I didn’t use this feather and rhinestone hair clip on my projects, it added a soft touch to my table setting.



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15 comments:

  1. I wish that some of these items were available in Australia when I got married. Love what you've done with your supplies.

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  2. I love this. Everything looks super easy to do, but also super cute.

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  3. Very elegant! And amazing photos, Carolyn!

    suzy

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  4. Gorgeous ideas! I really love the rhinestones on a roll ... so many neat ideas for that!

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  5. This was such a cool idea for a wedding. It gives it almost a vintage flair!

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  6. Carolyn!! That is so beautiful and elegant! I love black, white, and bling together like that and all of the details look smashing. Love the details you added onto the table number card.

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  7. Gorgeous carolyn...I need to get my hands on some of this!

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  8. This is lovely. I LOVE that there is a humble TP roll hiding inside that napkin ring!

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  9. Black, White and Bling compliment each other so well. I had black and white damask at my wedding -- not too much bling, but silver :) xo

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  10. Gorgeous, Carolyn, and so classic! That feather and pin is just to die for.

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  11. So pretty! I love black and white ~ so elegant.
    I found you today thru the Linky Party at The 36th Avenue, where I'm #209. I hope you get a chance to stop by my blog and leave a comment, too!
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  12. What a beautiful theme. I love the calligraphy numbered tables!! We are starting a link up party on Thursdays (today:), and we would love for you to join us with this post and/or any others you would like to include. We are at allthingswithpurpose.com. Hope to see you there!!

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  13. Love how gorgeous and "bling bling" your wedding DIY project turned out!

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