Do-it-yourself has taken the wedding world by storm, and when you consider the cost savings, it's no wonder. The trick is fashioning something so posh, no one would dare suggest you, in fact, did it yourself. After all, that is the mark of a really good DIY!
Tabletop Garden: This centerpiece uses a watering can in a large saucer mounded with soil and covered with moss to create a garden feel. Sprigs of violas and branches of flowering almond complete the piece. Tip: When gathering moss for the saucer, lift it in sheets rather than in clumps to create a smoother surface.
When Christine and Gil Pritchard bought their North Carolina home, there was no garden. Christine worked with a landscape architect to create not one, but four distinct outdoor living areas: a front lawn and garden, patio garden, shade garden, and formal garden.