Top Ten Blog Posts of 2011 at Intimate Weddings

Intimate Weddings readers are pretty keen on DIY. In fact, 8 out 10 of our most popular posts in 2011¬† involve DIY wedding projects! I am an artsy fartsy type, so I’m thrilled that our DIY projects are so well-received. It’s great to have an excuse – and an incentive to jump from one creative project to another.

I’ve rounded up the top ten most popular posts of 2011. Here they are:

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1. Glow Jars Tutorial

2. Easy Wedding Program Fans Tutorial

3. Free Wedding Templates: Program Fan

4. Cupcake Wrappers Made from Doilies

5. Tissue Paper Pom Poms for your Wedding

6.  Peanut Butter Cookies with Peanut Butter Cups

7. 15 Unique Ceremony Ideas

8. Wedding Table Numbers With Illuminated  Numbers and Monogram

9. 10 Reasons to Have a Small Wedding

10. 25 DIY Wedding Programs

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  1. Posted by Cynthia on January 21st, 2012 at 11:40am

    This is such an awesome blog. Glad I stumbled upon it. I really enjoyed post # 9 (10 Reasons to Have a Small Wedding).

    I'm a big, BIG fan of small intimate weddings because I believe that such an important day should only be shared with the people closest to you...the people have been there for you throughout your journey and who will be there to support your marriage. Not 300 'acquaintances' that you hardly know.

    In my case I planned a destination wedding as an excuse to have a small intimate wedding. I knew that if I tied the knot at home, I'd be pressured into a huge guest list. My destination wedding gave me an excuse to weed out all the unnecessary people, splurge on a really lavish dream wedding AND most importantly spend some real quality time with the people we love the most.

    I'll be following your blog - looks great!
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