A great addition for a DIY Wedding! There were so many crafts I wanted to complete before my wedding. With so little time I had to pick and choose! So here’s a random wine rack I picked up at a garage sale. I thought it would be the perfect stand to put drinks, mixers, wine glasses on. Easy to decorate in any way you see fit.
We went with a LOT of different themes. One main theme was Alice in Wonderland – a teapot and vintage feel. Below is a photo of rustic watering cans we used for decor. We spread them out all over the yard, it was lovely. I didn’t get married under the white trellis, but I instead walked through it for my entrance during the ceremony.
DIY wedding decor, vintage watering cans.
DIY wedding decor, outdoor trellis.
This was a huge hit! My sister purchased the camera, film, guestbook and gel pens as a gift. The cost of all the materials was around $100. It was worth it – something I can keep forever.
My sister found this crafty little idea on Pinterest! What a great addition.
The gel pen colors we used were gold and silver, they were so shiny and pretty!
We used a Polaroid camera , it was so much fun.
The guests love this idea. It was fun, simple and creative. We actually had the DJ announce a reminder for all guests to sign the book, throughout the night. This way, people could go take a picture at different times!
Polaroid camera – we used the Fujifilm Instax mini.
Here’s a picture of the camera my sister purchased. You can find the same camera here! Fujifilm Instax Mini 9 Instant Camera – Flamingo Pink.
DIY Wedding Sign.
DIY Wedding, Star Wars wedding sign, Eat, Drink and May the Force Be With You.
I made about three wedding signs. I found the recycled wood on my neighbors’ tree lawn! I used to paint, as well as paint pens to write with. I sat outside for an hour one day and crafted these up. Here is the link to the majority of my wedding planning and other DIY crafts here Our Wedding.
There are many things you can DIY for your wedding. Here are some ideas: -Invitations: You can create your own invitations by using a program like Adobe InDesign or Adobe Photoshop, or you can find free templates online.
-Decorations: You can make your own decorations using materials like paper, fabric, and wood.
-Menu cards: You can create your own menu cards by using a program like Adobe InDesign or Adobe Photoshop, or you can find free templates online.
-Table numbers: You can create your own table numbers by using a program like Adobe InDesign or Adobe Photoshop, or you can find free templates online.
-Wedding favors: You can create your own wedding favors by using a program like Adobe InDesign or Adobe Photoshop, or you can find free templates online.
– Bride and groom’s cake toppers: You can create your own bride and groom’s cake toppers by using a program like Adobe InDesign or Adobe Photoshop, or you can find free templates online.
There are many ways to decorate a wedding yourself. You can make your own centerpieces, create a photo booth, or make your own wedding cake. You can also make your own invitations, thank-you cards, and place cards. You can also decorate the venue yourself by hanging streamers, putting up balloons, and setting up a dance floor.
There are a few ways to make an inexpensive wedding look expensive. One way is to choose an elegant venue like a garden or park. You can also dress up simple decorations with high-end materials like silk or lace. You can also add expensive-looking details like gold or platinum accents. Finally, you can hire a high-end event planner to help you create a luxe look on a budget.
There are a few things that can be done with leftovers from a wedding. The first option is to store the leftovers in the fridge and eat them later. Another option is to package the leftovers up and give them to guests who may want them. Finally, the leftovers can be thrown away.