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August 06, 2014

Glenn is from Charleston and I (Helen) am from Lincoln, Nebraska – so we wanted everything, from the save the dates, invitations, and programs, to the food at the reception, to be a …

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“A devoted sense of love & loyalty weaves itself through just about everything in the Lone Star State. Texans treasure their sense of history & tradition and that’s apparent in the way we …

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When it comes to DIY-ing items for your wedding, some projects can be overwhelming because of the sheer number you have to create (ie. favors, invitations, centerpieces, etc.) – but a cake topper …

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Hi Something Turquoise readers! It’s Lauren from Undeclared Panache, I am so happy to be here talking to you about some of the topics I’m passionate about, weddings, beautiful styling, and pretty things… …

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I’m so excited to be sharing this simple DIY beach bag pattern with you today because I have literally been making this same bag (in various sizes) for at least 15 years! It’s …

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In honor of May Day… we are sharing this stunning Bouquet Blueprint that is delightfully blue! Blue has always been a very popular wedding color. It’s timeless and a perfect option that’s not overwhelmingly girly. …

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I love the ‘something blue’ tradition… after all it’s what sparked the name ‘something turquoise’! So today I’m sharing three shiny ideas for fun and easy ‘something blue’ details using Swarovski crystals and …

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Spring is on it’s way and so I thought I’d bring you a bright, sunshiny tutorial today! Here I will show you exactly how to create this fabulous “pocket escort card display” to …

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“As long as I can remember brightly color beach homes have been a favorite of mine. My husband and I always drive through beach towns and day dream about which color we would own… So …

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