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Wedding Made By ONE+


ONE+Whale
ONE+Whale
ONE+Whale
ONE+Whale

My fiancé and I recently got married and we had some very specific ideas we wanted to bring into our big day. We did some searching but realized to get exactly what we wanted we would have to take on some projects ourselves with the help of some friends and RYOBI. We produced a card box, wedding cake stand (refinished and first experience filling cracks with resin,, arbor, refinished a barrel that was our signing book (got the barrel from a local brewery, had to sand it down which took over 16 hours), created a frame for family pictures and created stands for signs. I plan to include pictures from the big day once we get them back from our photographer. Used a variety of tools in this process including a table saw RTS21, miter sawTSS102L with stand, palm router P601, corner cat sander P401, Brushless belt sander P450, Drill P1811, Impact Driver P238, Orbit Sander P411, Circular saw P508, Project Light P790, Workshop Light P727, Work Light P720, AirStrike Brad Nailer P320 and much more.

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  • All of these look amazing! Love seeing the before and after shots of the wooden arch. The barrel as a guest book is such a creative idea, as well. Congrats on your wedding, and fantastic job on these projects that were built for your special day! 
    By RYOBI Nation, on December 7, 2018

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Wedding Made By ONE+

by ONE+Whale
Dec 07, 2018
Medium 67a9578f 5400 44a2 877c 9f05043a85a6

My fiancé and I recently got married and we had some very specific ideas we wanted to bring into our big day. We did some searching but realized to get exactly what we wanted we would have to take on some projects ourselves with the help of some friends and RYOBI. We produced a card box, wedding cake stand (refinished and first experience filling cracks with resin,, arbor, refinished a barrel that was our signing book (got the barrel from a local brewery, had to sand it down which took over 16 hours), created a frame for family pictures and created stands for signs. I plan to include pictures from the big day once we get them back from our photographer. Used a variety of tools in this process including a table saw RTS21, miter sawTSS102L with stand, palm router P601, corner cat sander P401, Brushless belt sander P450, Drill P1811, Impact Driver P238, Orbit Sander P411, Circular saw P508, Project Light P790, Workshop Light P727, Work Light P720, AirStrike Brad Nailer P320 and much more.