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Emma Arendoski is the editor and founder of Emmaline Bride (emmalinebride.com), a wedding blog dedicated to all things handmade. Founded in 2009, Emmaline Bride is the ultimate handmade wedding blog, shop, and vendor guide which reaches over 550k visitors per month. Emma is the author of the forthcoming "The Inspired Wedding; Seven Complete Themes, 600 Photographs, and 1,000 Handcrafted Ideas to Make Your Wedding Day Your Own" (October 2014), a comprehensive guide for couples who love handcrafted touches and personal details. You can follow Emmaline Bride on Twitter (@EmmalineBride), Pinterest (EmmalineBride), and Facebook (EmmalineBride).
I thought there would be more tutorials on diy projects but it's mostly on ideas. All of which are available on the internet for free.Published 2 months ago by Anna
I was expecting more like instructions than ideas. If you have a Pinterest account, you pretty much have this book.Published 3 months ago by Jesse Milharn
It's the perfect book for a wide range of ideas and some simple projects. Don't buy this book if you all look book full of instructions on how to do diy projects.Published 10 months ago by Maria Lynn
A lot of ideas I hadn't seen before and others that I have. Still, it is nice to get a different perspective on some interesting ways to go about some of them.Published 21 months ago by Shaun T.
The style of the book was not quite what I had invisioned. I was somewhat disappointed but there are still great ideas in the book!Published 21 months ago by chrissy mcbride
This book is sooooo amazing. A must have when you are planning a wedding! If you are creative, definitely pick up this book!Published 21 months ago by kimchii_panda