Weddings are incredibly personal and incredibly expensive. You can save a little cash and make your wedding one of a kind by whipping together some of these DIYs. Not only will you end up with a gorgeous wedding but you'll also have the pride of knowing you did it all yourself!
Floral Crowns are Very Trendy right now and you they're surprisingly easy to make! Head over to The Lodge to learn how to make your very own.
Make these in any colors you want to add instant drama to centerpieces and tables. go to Tara Dennis to get this super easy tutorial.
A Practical Wedding Has the Instructions for this pretty and etherial backdrop perfect for hanging behind the ceremony or bride's table. You can also hang fabric behind it for more opaque coverage.
This sparkly banner would look great behind the bride and groom's chairs or across the front of the Bride's Table. Head to The Elli Blog to learn how to make yours
For a Vintage look go to Once Wed for this beautiful bunting tutorial. You can also choose colorful fabric and skip the dyeing for a brighter look.
Let your guests create a new piece of art for your home and wish you well in your marriage at the same time. Dwell Beautiful can teach you how.
Veils can cost hundreds of dollars, especially ones with lace details. But even if you don't have much sewing experience Style Me Pretty can show you how to make one yourself that will wow your guests.
The glittery Votives weren't your thing? maybe these lace votives from Oh Best Day Ever will fit your theme better. They're super easy and would look great on any table
Rice is old fashioned. Instead, make the exit from your ceremony in a shower of confetti and get some seriously awesome photos. Wedding Bells has the tutorial
Just pop some flowers in and your centerpiece is done! The Wedding Chicks has pretty much the easiest tutorial ever with this one. Plus you can make them in any colors!
Annette and Robert were married in Hernando at Citrus Hills Country Club this weekend and I was lucky enough to be there. The day went off without a hitch and we had beautiful weather. You can tell that this bride and groom are so in love, and they share that love with their families. The bride's children were as much a part of this wedding as the bride and groom were and I think the Annette's father may have given one of the best toasts I've ever heard. "From one veteran to another".
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I know how stressful but wonderful those first few weeks with your baby can be so I try to make everything as easy as possible when it comes to your photography session. So, here is a step-by-step guide to help you through it.
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Easter is coming up fast and with it is another chance for Mini Sessions with Karah Couch Photography! We're happy to announce that Thrifty Mom's Family Shoppe in Homosassa FL will be hosting us March 18th and 19th from 9:30 - 4:30 each day. Sessions are $50 for half an hour on our special easter mini session studio set up that my little ones were nice enough to let me test on them. Call or email me or call thrifty mom's to book your session because spots are filling up fast!
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I met with the Loebs family in Tampa Fl today to photograph their beautiful baby girl on the day she turned one week old.This little girl was such a trooper and basically slept through the entire session, you really couldn't ask for a better newborn client.
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I met with Ronnie today at Ronnie's Academy of Dance in Crystal River to photograph her for Novy Talent Group. She was a great client so I thought I'd share a few of the photos I've had a chance to edit.
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Karah Couch is a photographer and mother of two year old twins.