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5 Signs It's Time to Abandon a Wedding DIY Project

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Personalized Details We love when a project adds a personalized detail to your wedding, but we've al

[Martha Stewart Weddings] [When to ditch a project]( Personalized Details We love when a project adds a personalized detail to your wedding, but we've also seen many brides take on too many projects and not have enough time to finish them. Here's when you should call it quits. [5 Signs It's Time to Abandon a Wedding DIY Project]( The Ultimate Zodiac Wedding Planning Guide Your love was written in the stars—here's what they have to say about your wedding. [SEE MORE]( [Here's How to Keep Bugs Away from the Food at Your Outdoor Wedding]( [How to Wear a Long-Sleeved Wedding Dress in the Summer]( [19 Tips for Planning the Ultimate Engagement Party]( [7 Wedding Etiquette Tips You Don't Have to Follow Anymore]( This is the newsletter meant for you Open. Enter. Win. Bam. We'll deliver the latest sweepstakes and contests from our family of sites right to your inbox. [CLICK TO SIGN UP INSTANTLY]( DIY Burnout While do-it-yourself projects are great ways to personalize your wedding, they can become costly and overwhelming if you're not careful. [How to Avoid Getting in Over Your Head with Wedding DIY Projects]( Stressless Projects Here are DIY projects that can—no, make that should—be done months ahead of the wedding. [DIY Projects You Can Do Way Ahead of Your Wedding]( Custom Invitations Easy ways to make your big-day stationery more memorable and unique to you. [DIY Invitation Ideas to Help You Personalize Your Wedding Paper Suite]( Hmm…Next, I Need to Plan My… [Do You Need a Wedding Coordinator for Your Big Day? Here's How to Decide]( [How Far in Advance of the Wedding Should the Bachelorette Party Take Place?]( [Arguments You're Having That Actually Prove Your Relationship Is in a Great Place]( What to Know PLAN [When Should You Finalize Your Wedding-Day Timeline?]( INSPIRE [This Vibrant Garden Wedding Was Inspired by 'A Midsummer Night's Dream']( STYLE [Our Favorite Colorful Dresses from Real Weddings]( [Instagram]( [Pinterest]( [Facebook]( [Twitter]( [YouTube]( [Newsletter Sign Up]( [Unsubscribe]( This email was sent to {EMAIL} | Was this email forwarded to you? [Subscribe here]( Meredith Corporation, 1716 Locust Street, Des Moines, IA 50309 ©2022. All Rights Reserved. [Privacy Policy]( | [Terms of Service]( | [Help Center](

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