5 Amazing (+ Easy!) DIY Wedding Ideas

Hi, loves! If you’re a DIY-loving bride (pros and amateurs welcome!), you’re in for a treat today! We’ve rounded up five stylish + easy DIY wedding ideas to try. We’ve found a floral monogram (pretty much one of the prettiest things we’ve seen in awhile!), a pom backdrop, an amazing marquee, and more. If easy DIY wedding ideas are what you crave, you’ve come to the right place… and, I must say, these finds are pretty darn inexpensive, too. Ready to begin? Let’s go!

Easy DIY Wedding Ideas

1. DIY Floral Monogram

On the DIY love scale, I easily rate this project a 9/10, as in, I’m going to make this for my home immediately. All you need are letter like these, floral foam, flowers of your choice, and a few easy-to-find supplies.

diy floral monogram letter via Easy DIY Wedding Ideasdiy floral monogram by urbanic paper via Easy DIY Wedding Ideas

get the full diy at urbanic paper

2. DIY Paper Pom Backdrop

Tissue paper is inexpensive… and chic when you know what to do with it. This paper pom backdrop is gorgeous — and you can pick any color to coordinate with your soiree!

diy paper pom backdrop by the sweetest occasion via Easy DIY Wedding Ideas

find the diy at the sweetest occasion

3. DIY Love Marquee

Get OUT. I love this. Hang it in your reception site for a statement piece guests will definitely notice.

diy love marquee by brittany makes via Easy DIY Wedding Ideas

the diy tutorial can be found at brittany makes

4. DIY Monogram Teacup Succulent

Teacups and succulents are a winning combination! Make these to give as wedding favors. EB TIP: As an alternate to succulents, try these!

monogrammed succulent teacup by confetti and cleats via Easy DIY Wedding Ideas

grab the diy tutorial at confetti and cleats

5. DIY Floral Cloche

And, last but not least, take a peek at this floral cloche. I love this look for rustic, woodland weddings as a chic centerpiece detail.

diy cloche centerpiece by divine caroline via Easy DIY Wedding Ideas

diy details available at divine caroline

So, dish: what’s your favorite of the above? Do any of these projects inspire you? Tell us below! We’d love to hear from you!

xo
-E.

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Emma Arendoski

CEO/Editor at Emmaline Bride
Blogger, author, wife + mother. I love coffee, DIY, handmade + all things wedding. Check out my books: "The Handcrafted Wedding" (2012) and "The Inspired Wedding" (2014). You can also find me blogging at Emmaline Baby.
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