The Do-It-Herself Workshop Brides Really Want
Pretty much everyone knows about Home Depot workshops. You probably built a birdhouse when you were six-years-old or took one to help you understand certain repairs once you bought a home of your own. Now there's a "Do-It-Herself workshop" that mixes demos and hands-on learning to help women tackle a variety of home improvement projects. However, there's one workshop in particular that I'd sign up for in a heartbeat, should the store decide to take my advice.
As a 2021 bride, I'm looking at all the current trends and figuring out which ones aren't going away anytime soon. Donut walls have been a thing for a few years now, and I'm all about it. What's cool about this idea is that it keeps people on the dance floor, as opposed to serving cake and everyone has to take a seat to enjoy the slice. To heck with that. My wedding is going to be a giant dance party. Everyone better grab a donut and get back out there to shake some tail feathers.
Of course, these are available to buy at online shops like Etsy, but I'm trying to save money where I can. I would absolutely consider building one myself, but the only problem is I have no idea where to start. Wouldn't it be awesome if there was a class specifically designed to show me how to make it so I can show off my masterpiece on the big day?
Home Depot, I know a few brides who would love to sign up for this workshop if you choose to host one. Preferably the Dartmouth location. Thank you in advance.