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While February may not be the most popular time to wed, many brides and their families and friends are using these winter months to kick wedding planning into high gear.

And with all the costs associated with the big day, it’s only natural to seek out cost-effective ways and ideas to customize a wedding. Stylish Weddings is packed with over 50 quick, simple, and inexpensive essential wedding projects to make, all photographed in lavish settings.

Explore six different signature themes, each contributed by a talented designer, that appeal to a wide audience: Farm Chicks Country Wedding (by Serena Thompson), French-Inspired Wedding (by Corey Amaro), Rustic & Elegant Wedding (by Tracy Schultz), Romantic & Pretty Wedding (by Heather Bullard), Natural & Organic Wedding (by Minna Mercke Schmidt), and Vintage Glam Wedding (by Tiffany Kirchner-Dixon). Each theme highlights the quintessential elements required to get that look with an “inspiration board” of images, plenty of tips, and suggestions for pulling everything together. Projects with a special touch include invitations, table settings, favors, decorations, and items for the bride and bridal party.

Don’t know anyone getting married right now? No worries. Many of these ideas would be great for any kind of entertaining with just the slightest creative adjustments.

 

 
 
 
 

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    Cody says:

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    Gary says:

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    Alan says:

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    ñýíêñ çà èíôó.

    ernesto says:

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    tnx for info!

    Sergio says:

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    hello!

    phillip says:

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    ñïñ.

    Johnny says:

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    Travis says:

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    ñïñ!!

    Gerard says:

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    angel says:

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    thanks for information!

    ian says:

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    Tommy says:

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    thank you!!

    ian says:

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    ñýíêñ çà èíôó!!

    Appreciate it for helping out, excellent information. “Nobody can be exactly like me. Sometimes even I have trouble doing it.” by Tallulah Bankhead.

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