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    Senior Member Sher is on a distinguished road
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    Diy rom

    hello, any brides here did DIY for their ROM entirely? please share how you did it, as im considering it too. is it a lot of work? how long did you take to plan it all?

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    DIY meaning holding the ROM at home? Not any restaurant or hotels?

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    humm DIY ROM...
    You will need

    1) 1 JP
    2) 2 witness
    3) 1 couple
    4) ROM cert
    5) 2 wedding Band

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    not forgetting all the decor, let your imagination flow! i've attended one DIY ROM and it was pretty cool, the bride did almost everything herself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweetthots View Post
    not forgetting all the decor, let your imagination flow! i've attended one DIY ROM and it was pretty cool, the bride did almost everything herself.
    What are the things she DIY? Care to share? I need some ideas too..

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    you can diy almost everything, for the ceiling you can put those paper pom poms, for the table decor you can diy the flower pots and centerpieces

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    Hello Sher!

    DIY wedding can be more stressful than having a wedding planner to do all the works. But in DIY wedding, you get to have total control over every aspect of the wedding, and that could be a very memorable learning experience.

    Here's a Wedding Checklist to help you throughout the entire process of DIY wedding. Go girl!

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    DIY is cool no matter how exhausting it can be. and i agree with carouseltrees here. you can DIY almost everything to suit your interests.. there's no limit to your imagination.

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    wow how u all find the time to do these stuff.......????

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    im diy-ing my church wedding!

    but i caved and got a day coordinator for the day itself.

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    eil3en: what is the material you used for the ribbon on your chairs? thanks in advance (:

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    I DIY my own ROM as well since its only a table family affair at Paradise Pavilion. So all i got was tiffany color sash from Chinatown People's Park for the chairs. centrepiece with 2 shades of blue and white, a small transparent glass with tiffany beads tied with ribbons and 2 wedding pens from Disney (mickey and minnie), Pebbles with shades of blues from Ikea. 2 Balloons with Bride and Groom figurine. Since the place was rather new and surrounding was in tiffany colored walls and settings, I think its considered a success cos our family tot its the restaurant that did it for us. Just spare some time and u will be able to DIY yrself.

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    I added some personal touch in the decorations in the wedding venue. Just put some little accents that fit our personality. It really is not much work.

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    i guess DIY-ing your rom would require some time. it would also be better if you have already chosen a concept if you want to personalize your ROM. it would make the preparations a lot easier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charissa26 View Post
    I DIY my own ROM as well since its only a table family affair at Paradise Pavilion. So all i got was tiffany color sash from Chinatown People's Park for the chairs. centrepiece with 2 shades of blue and white, a small transparent glass with tiffany beads tied with ribbons and 2 wedding pens from Disney (mickey and minnie), Pebbles with shades of blues from Ikea. 2 Balloons with Bride and Groom figurine. Since the place was rather new and surrounding was in tiffany colored walls and settings, I think its considered a success cos our family tot its the restaurant that did it for us. Just spare some time and u will be able to DIY yrself.
    Hi,

    Would like to know where to get all the Sasha to tie around the back of the chairs?
    Need help to diy my rom stuff! Thanks!

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