Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) June 12, 2014
Brides want their wedding day to have a personalized touch without costing a fortune. Couples are assembling guest favors, creating centerpieces and even baking their own cakes. Having a knack for crafts is no longer necessary to make a big impact because these do-it-yourself details speak for themselves.
To avoid wedding DIY overload, focus on a few select projects. Ceremony or reception décor, wedding favors and gifts for bridesmaids can all make a big impact with small, handmade details.
When choosing DIY projects for weddings, select projects that are simple and beautiful — not time consuming ones. Brides looking for a DIY wedding project with a lot of personality that requires little time will love NativeCast’s “Cast Your Own” collection of eco-friendly flower and herb seed starters.
“Of the many weddings I’ve attended, the moments that stick out always have unique, individualized, hand-made touches,” shares Ricky Giacco, the founder and visionary of NativeCast. “To help people create that joy, I developed the ‘Cast Your Own’ collection to make DIY elements as customizable, cost-affordable and simple as possible.”
NativeCast’s “Cast Your Own” collection comes with either flower or herb seeds in whimsical shapes such as hearts, stars, and cupcakes. More traditional circles, squares, and hexagons are also available.
Brides and grooms can give the DIY kit as a no-fuss, eco-friendly wedding favor, or they can make the kits themselves to distribute at the wedding cermeony or reception.
“No matter how these DIY kits are used, they’re going to make a big impact,” states Giacco.
The kits work exceptionally well for eco-friendly couples since they are made entirely of sustainable materials, showcase blooming greenery, and each are handmade in the USA.
The sustainable DIY seed starting kits come with everything needed to mold success. Kits include NativeCast’s custom eco-concrete mix, a shaped mold, organic potting mix, select seeds and step-by-step instructions on how to make the container.
“One of my favorite parts about seeing my DIY kits used in weddings is how the handmade containers stand out both when used alone, or when clustered together to really transform a space,” Giacco said.
Best of all, NativeCast’s “Cast Your Own” DIY kits can be created in a snap (less than 20 hands-on-minutes) and can be purchased in bulk to maximize savings and style.
NativeCast’s DIY collection also leaves room to get creative. Mix and match shapes and experiment with different seeds to create an eclectic, but unified décor theme or wedding favor display.
With NativeCast’s “Cast Your Own” collection, unique design possibilities at weddings are ready to bloom.
“Bridal parties have a blast when they pre-make the DIY kits together for the wedding ceremony or reception. But, seeing the DIY display of wedding favors ready for the taking is sure to draw attention, too,” Giacco notes.
Order NativeCast DIY kits in different shapes in bulk or singularly here.
NativeCast began creating garden containers that marry high art and functional design in 2010. Each NativeCast piece is conceived, created and individually hand cast by founder, Ricky Giacco. All of NativeCast’s sleek, sustainable planters are made with light-weight, green concrete and natural materials, like sand, shells, and pine needles. To purchase DIY kits or other hand-cast containers, visit http://www.nativecast.com, like them on Facebook or follow them on Pinterest.