Happy weekend, loves! This sunshine, you guys… it is giving me serious DIY craft & outdoor inspiration. I am gardening to the max this weekend. What are you up to? If you are feeling crafty, you will love our latest post: a curated list of ten fun & creative wedding DIYs! Feel free to follow each tutorial to a T or mix it up with a variation of your own. And, if you tackle a craft below, please let us know so we can see your beautiful work (+ share it in an upcoming post!) So, ready to get crafty? Read on to see which DIYs made the list…
10 Creative DIY Wedding Ideas to Make
Pretty up your place cards with DIY paper peony flowers thanks to a FREE printable template + tutorial from Ellinee.
Decorate mugs for your coffee or tea loving bridesmaids or create a custom ‘His’ + ‘Hers’ mug set thanks to this tutorial from A Beautiful Mess. This DIY is super easy to do with cheap white mugs (try Ikea), Sharpie markers, and your oven! Get the full how-to here.
Make your own (affordable) favors with this tutorial via FellowFellow: it’s fun and easy.
Deck out your outdoor reception tables (or patio) with DIY cement votive holders. These are easier than they look and can be reused for years after the big day! Read the tutorial at Say Yes to Hoboken.
Make your ceremony programs with this tutorial via Intimate Weddings using burlap and vintage patterned paper. Pretty!
Homemade lip gloss makes a great gift for bridesmaids. Customize the labels to make it your own. I’ve always wanted to learn how to make these… Cheeky Kitchen shows you how it’s done!
Last but not least, you can add a pop of color and a girly detail to your dress (or bridesmaid dresses) with this tutorial by Momtastic.
Personalize your reception space with DIY state art to show where your love resides. This fun idea – called Heart in Ohio – comes from The Harpster Home. Decorate your reception + display in your love nest after the big day.
It’s a wrap! We finish up this round-up with a funky twist on traditional wedding jewelry: wrap bracelets! Visit Honestly WTF for the full tutorial.
Psst. Did you know you could print on burlap? It’s true… imagine menus, place cards, escort cards, programs… so many possibilities. Just thought we’d share! :)
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