A wedding is one of the most important days in our life. Many couples are willing to go to great expense to make the whole thing memorable and special. Others achieve similar results with an unconventional approach and use their own skills, preferring to spend their money on something else.
This bride preferred to carry a donut wedding bouquet instead of a traditional one.
“My 6-year-old cousin was the DJ at his mom’s wedding the other night. I would say this majestic shot summed up his night.”
“We spent only $12 for our wedding, bought a thrift store dress.”
“My homemade bouquet using wooden flowers! I painted them and used them as a wedding bouquet.”
“My mother-in-law made me this vintage-inspired wedding dress. We were married at a steel mill where both of our grandfathers worked as teenagers.”
“My bouquet arrived today with a subtle reference that I’m pretty sure no one at the wedding will notice.”
“Hoping to cut costs by doing my own makeup. Did a trial to see how reasonable it is and now I know I can do it myself.”
“When planning our wedding, we had to be very budget-conscious. Overall I spent about $150 on materials.”
“What do you think of my Lego centerpieces?”
“I finally got my shoes pretty much how I want them.”
“I sewed a wedding dress out of sweatpants.”
“I practiced making a flower crown from our garden but want to make it a lot fuller for the real thing!”
“My parents on their wedding day”
“I decided it would be fun to make my own invitations. These are made from old greeting cards, and they are so unique!”
“Made a toile of my wedding dress from this cute $10 thrifted fabric... so happy with it!”
“I’m doing my own hair for my wedding.”
“I didn’t want to get a bouquet of real flowers, so I got book flowers instead. I definitely recommend it to any other book lovers.”
“My fiancé designed my ring himself using my grandma’s diamonds. I’m obsessed is an understatement.”
Please note: This article was updated in July 2022 to correct source material and factual inaccuracies.