Are you planning a handmade wedding that’s a little bit whimsical and a whole lotta fun? This post is for you! Embroidered wedding ideas have been popping up all over the place and we’re loving the new-fashioned finds. Today’s new-fashioned embroidery features brilliant pops of color and pretty patterned fabric (like polka dots, chevron, and striped lines) and isn’t limited to an embroidery hoop alone. To inspire you, we’ve rounded up eight embroidered wedding ideas by Danielle of The Merriweather Council, an expert in embroidered arts. Each of these items is handmade and designed to be enjoyed at your wedding – and beyond! – in your home. As Danielle puts it, “When your wedding is over (sad face), you can keep these hoops and display them in your home (happy face!).” We couldn’t agree more! Read on to find out more… and, as always, we hope you enjoy!
Embroidered Wedding Ideas
1. Embroidery Hoop Table Decor
Embroidered hoop art is one sure-fire way to personalize your space.
2. Embroidered Table Numbers
You’re not a boring bride, so throw out those traditional table numbers and opt for something a little more fun. These embroidered table numbers are colorful and stand out, so guests will be quick to spot their seating assignment.
3. Custom Couple Hoop Art
Place this hoop art on a small easel to designate your cake table or sweetheart table. After your wedding, display the hoop in your home. (P.S. If you’re going to a bridal shower soon, this hoop art makes a sweet, sentimental gift.)
4. Embroidered Initial Necklaces
My favorite of these embroidered wedding ideas? Why, embroidered initial necklaces, of course! I’m a sucker for anything with my name or initials on it, and these necklaces are so colorful + fun. Plus, you can totally customize each piece. For instance, you can choose the fabric and thread color, as well as decide if you prefer lowercase, uppercase, or cursive.
5. Embroidered Bridal Bouquet Charm
Add a handmade wedding touch to your bridal bouquet with this embroidered charm. It can be easily added to a ribbon and features the bride’s and groom’s initials in a light ivory thread with a hint of ‘something blue’.
6. Embroidered Tie Square for the Groom
Surprise your honey with an embroidered square on the back of his tie with his initials or your combined monogram. It can include the date, too. This is a great visual for your wedding photos, too.
7. Embroidered Mom Handkerchief
This vintage handkerchief is hand-embroidered with ‘Mom’, a gift she can use for those (happy) tears.
8. Couples Embroidered Necklace
The ultimate gift for the bride-to-be: her initials with her groom’s initials and a heart in the middle…
… and an ‘infinite love’ pendant:
P.S. Did you enter this week’s giveaway yet?
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