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If you grew up playing Super Mario Bros, like I did, then you’ll love this vintage Super Mario Bros inspired sweetheart table. Released in 1985, the characters and graphics of Super Mario Bros quickly became an iconic staple of 80′s pop culture.
In all the materials for this shoot cost me around $50. The wine glasses, napkins, table cloth, candles, placemats and plates were all purchase from a local thrift store. The flowers and moss I got from my local flower market and the mushrooms from the grocery store. The chargers are from Cost Plus.
The retro video game menus were provided by Hello Lucky. A specialty letterpress printer and design studio that has been creating wedding invitations and other stationary for over 8 years. These menus are part of their Pixel Perfection wedding collection that draws from classic video games.
Whether you want to add height to your flower centerpieces or show your love of all things Harry Potter; here is an easy to construct centerpiece made of stacked Harry Potter books.
Inspired by the vampire werewolf romance series, Twilight these apple name cards are a simple, cute and affordable idea for any Twilight themed wedding.
Colorado based wedding design company Classic Creations created these for their entry in the Denver Bridal Festivals Bridal Show. See more photos from their entry on their blog.
Create your own Doctor Who Dalek wedding cake toppers with these: Doctor Who Dalek salt and pepper set available on Amazon.com. This set is made out of pewter and stands 3inches tall. All you need is some lace and ribbon from a local craft or fabric store and your done.
The cost of wedding flowers is determined by many factors including the time of year you are getting married and whether the flowers are in season at that time. Valentine’s Day wedding flower costs are marked up more than any other time of the year. Other factors that determine the cost are whether the types of flowers you want are grown locally or will need to be imported is a large determining factor in your wedding flower cost. And, of course, how many flowers you intend to use in your wedding.
Chuck made a tiny version of a 1950′s British Police Call box from Doctor Who. Meant to be a jewelry box but I bet you could downsize it to make a great ring box for a proposal. See the entire step by step project at Chuck Does Art.
Add a little sparkle to your wedding with these Wonder Woman inspired flats made by urn any old flats into glittery show stoppers. Check out the tutorial and step by step guide.
Turn an ordinary boutonniere into something unique, personal and geeky. You can also use your favorite video game characters.
Epoxy the knife blade to the cane handle.