Maggie & Danny’s Anniversary Video

An Adorable Recap of Their First Four Years of Marriage

Celebrating their fourth wedding anniversary, Maggie had all of their family photos turned into a fun photograph and video montage as a gift for her husband.  I had a ton of fun putting this together with her, and now they have their very own family video to watch whenever they’re feeling sentimental.

Happy Anniversary Maggie & Danny!


Mrs. Newman



Dulle-Bauer Wedding Video

Well Wishes And Wedding Recap!

Joe and Katy

September 25th, 2015

The Pinecroft Mansion, Cincinnati, Ohio

Pictures by Samantha’s Studio Photography & Design

Zapolski Wedding Wishes

Elizabeth and Ryan’s Surprise Wedding Video

Elizabeth’s Maids of Honor reached out to me to make their sister this wedding “You-Take-I-Make” video.  As cousin and bridesmaid to the bride, I was happy to do so!  After the speeches and during dinner, the DJ made an announcement that the bridal party had one last gift for the couple, and we all watched as their loved ones shared their memories and wished them luck.  The entire bridal party along with the parents of the couple sent me home videos of their well wishes, and after editing them all together to some of their favorite Kenny Chesney songs, this is the end product.

Check out my YouTube page for my other You-Take-I-Make Videos, along with my MNW DIY episodes.  If these videos are something you’d like to include in your wedding, contact me here!



Mrs. Newman


DIY Chalkboard

Learn How To Make Your Own Quick and Easy Chalkboards!

Supplies Needed:

  • Wooden Frame
  • Black Posterboard (1/4 inch thick)
  • Hot Glue Gun or Superglue
  • Box cutters or scissors
  • Spraypaint

Still have questions?  Let me know in the comments!


Mrs. Newman

DIY Tutorial – Coffee Mugs

How to Decorate Your Own Coffee Mugs



Supplies Needed:

  • Ceramic Coffee Mug
  • Sharpies
  • Oven


  • Use sharpies to design your mugs
  • Place mugs in oven while its off
  • Preheat oven to 400 (with mugs already inside)
  • Once oven reaches 400, set timer for 30 minutes
  • After 30 minutes, turn oven off, but leave mugs in oven
  • Allow oven to cool down while mugs are still inside for another 30 minutes or so
  • Remove mugs from oven to finish cooling (PLEASE use oven mitts as they will still be hot)


  • Handwash only with cold water and dish soap for longevity
  • If design fades, retrace with sharpies and heat back up to 400 for another 30 minutes to reset