Inspired by the beautiful studio tour we featured yesterday, Mara of Neithersnow created this gorgeous flatware DIY…
Vintage flea markets abound in Florence. We stopped by one of our favorites in Piazza Santo Spirito and picked up a few ornate silver forks. We edged them with white chalk marker and gray nailpolish. The best part is they can be cleaned and repainted after the event.
1. Select some vintage forks. Handles with floral patterns or very raised designs work best.
2. Mark off some thin and wide stripes using washi or masking tape.
3. Using a marker or nailpolish, paint directly onto the handle of the flatware. and let dry.
BUY YOUR DRESS ON ONCE WED
Not every wedding guest list has to have every single one of your second cousins, their spouses and kids, and everyone from the neighborhood you grew up in. You might feel more at home with a very intimate wedding, maybe with just your siblings and parents.
Part of the beauty of an elopement is that you can schedule your wedding day however you'd like. There's no pressure to be anywhere at a certain time. Today's couple chose a tiny cabin in the Catskills to stay in and get ready together at, and then headed into the mountain to say their vows.