Our DIY Wedding Revisited #6: Being Your Own Wedding Florist | Jenny Lee’s Jottings

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Our DIY Wedding Revisited #6: Being Your Own Wedding Florist | Jenny Lee’s Jottings.

In the spring of 2009, I “married” my husband three times! First we filed the legal paperwork to be married (it’s a very cut and dry ordeal in S. Korea), then we had a traditional Korean wedding ceremony, and lastly, we had a wedding reception in California. This series is dedicated to the last event, which was truly my DIY masterpiece. Nearly every aspect of our travel-themed wedding was a DIY project that I poured my heart into. With my fourth wedding anniversary around the corner, I’m feeling full of love and generosity! I hope you enjoy this series of DIY wedding projects!

Today’s project: Being Your Own Wedding Florist

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Our DIY Wedding Revisited #5: Candy Airplanes for the Wedding Cake | Jenny Lee’s Jottings

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Our DIY Wedding Revisited #5: Candy Airplanes for the Wedding Cake | Jenny Lee’s Jottings.

In the spring of 2009, I “married” my husband three times! First we filed the legal paperwork to be married (it’s a very cut and dry ordeal in S. Korea), then we had a traditional Korean wedding ceremony, and lastly, we had a wedding reception in California. This series is dedicated to the last event, which was truly my DIY masterpiece. Nearly every aspect of our travel-themed wedding was a DIY project that I poured my heart into. With my fourth wedding anniversary around the corner, I’m feeling full of love and generosity! I hope you enjoy this series of DIY wedding projects!

Today’s project: Handmade Candy Airplane Decorations for a Travel Themed Wedding Cake

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Our DIY Wedding Revisited #4: Wedding Cake Topper | Jenny Lee’s Jottings

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Our DIY Wedding Revisited #4: Wedding Cake Topper | Jenny Lee’s Jottings.

In the spring of 2009, I “married” my husband three times! First we filed the legal paperwork to be married (it’s a very cut and dry ordeal in S. Korea), then we had a traditional Korean wedding ceremony, and lastly, we had a wedding reception in California. This series is dedicated to the last event, which was truly my DIY masterpiece. Nearly every aspect of our travel-themed wedding was a DIY project that I poured my heart into. With my fourth wedding anniversary around the corner, I’m feeling full of love and generosity! I hope you enjoy this series of DIY wedding projects!

Today’s project: Wedding Cake Topper for a Travel Themed Wedding

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Our DIY Wedding Revisited #3: “Postcards” Guestbook | Jenny Lee’s Jottings

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Our DIY Wedding Revisited #3: “Postcards” Guestbook | Jenny Lee’s Jottings.

 

In the spring of 2009, I “married” my husband three times! First we filed the legal paperwork to be married (it’s a very cut and dry ordeal in S. Korea), then we had a traditional Korean wedding ceremony, and lastly, we had a wedding reception in California. This series is dedicated to the last event, which was truly my DIY masterpiece. Nearly every aspect of our travel-themed wedding was a DIY project that I poured my heart into. With my fourth wedding anniversary around the corner, I’m feeling full of love and generosity! I hope you enjoy this series of DIY wedding projects!

Today’s project: “Postcards” Wedding Guestbook for a Travel Themed Wedding

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Our DIY Wedding Revisited #2: Boarding Pass Placecards | Jenny Lee’s Jottings

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Our DIY Wedding Revisited #2: Boarding Pass Placecards | Jenny Lee’s Jottings

DIY Boarding Pass Wedding Placecards

n the spring of 2009, I “married” my husband three times! First we filed the legal paperwork to be married (it’s a very cut and dry ordeal in S. Korea), then we had a traditional Korean wedding ceremony, and lastly, we had a wedding reception in California. This series is dedicated to the last event, which was truly my DIY masterpiece. Nearly every aspect of our travel-themed wedding was a DIY project that I poured my heart into. With my fourth wedding anniversary around the corner, I’m feeling full of love and generosity! I hope you enjoy this series of DIY wedding projects!

Today’s project: “Boarding Pass” Wedding Placecards for a Travel Themed Wedding

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Our DIY Wedding Revisited #1: Passport Invitations | Jenny Lee’s Jottings

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Our DIY Wedding Revisited #1: Passport Invitations | Jenny Lee’s Jottings.

In the spring of 2009, I “married” my husband three times! First we filed the legal paperwork to be married (it’s a very cut and dry ordeal in S. Korea), then we had a traditional Korean wedding ceremony, and lastly, we had a wedding reception in California. This series is dedicated to the last event, which was truly my DIY masterpiece. Nearly every aspect of our travel-themed wedding was a DIY project that I poured my heart into. With my fourth wedding anniversary around the corner, I’m feeling full of love and generosity! I hope you enjoy this series of DIY wedding projects!

Today’s project: “Passport” Wedding Invitations for a Travel Themed Wedding

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Engrish #2: The Crappy Crab | Korean Kibble

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Engrish #2: The Crappy Crab | Korean Kibble.

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A visit to any stationary store in Korea is just so full of hilarious Engrish examples, that it’s difficult to choose a favorite! But here is an all-time classic that I wanted to share with you. It’s the tale of a crappy little crab.

What you see is a pistachio nut, proudly proclaiming that he is a literally a little piece of s***. But WHY?! you may wonder~~~

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Thank You Book – Allison’s Farewell Gift

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Allison Thank You Book

The last few handcrafted books I’ve made have been for joyous occasions: celebrations of friendship, presents for mothers-to-be, a token of love for my boyfriend (now husband)… But this gift was truly a bittersweet undertaking.

I spent today volunteering at Asan animal shelter (where I adopted my first dog, Webby). I just got LASEK surgery done last month, so I wasn’t planning to volunteer at the shelter for at least a few more weeks–but I simply couldn’t miss today’s trip. It was the last shelter trip for my friend Allison, one of the most amazing animal rescue advocates in Korea. She’ll be heading back to Canada tomorrow to begin the next chapter of her life, but there are so many here in Korea (human and canine alike) who will miss her dearly!

Thankfully, another amazing shelter volunteer, Clare, organized a special “Thank You” event to honor Allison’s passion and devotion…

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