I’m in love with this romantic beach wedding I spotted on A Coastal Bride. The wedding took place on Driftwood Beach, located on a small island off the coast of Georgia. True to its name, this beach does not disappoint in trunk-sized pieces of driftwood (that I would love to get my hands on and turn into a coffee table! but that’s besides the point). I love how the bride used oysters throughout the wedding, especially as part of the runner for the table setting! Check it out:
Oyster table runner for the win!
I spotted this DIY on A Beach Cottage. How cute is this for Spring?! Or really any season. All it takes is a trip to the beach, some driftwood, shells, ribbon/cloth and a hot glue gun. Now you’ve got yourself a driftwood wreath!
I love this sweet little DIY I spotted on The Wicker House! I’ve always loved those driftwood decor balls that I’ve seen in magazines but have never been able to find them. So I think this is a perfect alternative to bring driftwood into my home.
What you’ll need:
- Driftwood – 5 pieces of about equal length and one small round piece
- Hot glue gun + glue sticks
Here’s the run down:
- Glue your five pieces of driftwood to the smaller piece, this will hold them in place.
- Once the glue has cooled/dried, wrap the twine around the driftwood.
- Tie twine or use a dap of glue to keep from unraveling.