5 Dreamy Wedding DIYs We LOVE

Are you looking for ways to take the stress off of your wedding budget?

Why not opt for a cheap and cheerful DIY project to take your wedding style to the next level. From signage to confetti, there’s a do it yourself project for just about any decor aspect of the big day. Take a look at a few fabulous ideas we are loving and what you’ll need to make them happen.

Welcome Signage

There are endless ways to DIY your wedding signs. From wooden palettes, chalkboards and more, there’s a perfect DIY project to fit any style! We love the look of a simple glass sign with gorgeous lettering accented by some beautiful blooms.

What you’ll need: Paint Pens, Bistro Chalk Marker, Frame, Masking Tape, Pencil and Paper. See how to make your own here or here with instructions and materials.

 

image via Etsy

Wine Cork Place Card Holders 

These wine cork place card holders are not only cute but super easy! All you’ll need to do is cut a slit into the cork with an Exacto knife and insert your desired card.

What you’ll need: Wine corks, Exacto knife, and your place cards.

Tip: Have friends and family save any used corks ahead of the big day!

image via Etsy

Eco-Friendly Confetti

Eco-friendly wedding details are totally in! Take your ceremony send-off to the next level by providing your loved ones with confetti created from nature. See how to make your own here.

What you’ll need: Leaves, a hole punch, the containers of your choosing.

via mothernatured

Wrapped Votives 

Perfect for bringing in the outdoors, these gorgeous greenery wrapped votives are eyecatching and easy.

What you’ll need: glass candle votive holder, a pillar candle, twine cord, your choice of herbs or greenery, scissors and double-sided tape. See full instructions here.

via Beacon Lane

Hanging Flower Jars

Hanging flowers jars are the perfect DIY for your outdoor wedding or to add to the ends of the ceremony aisle. They’re rustic, simple and just plain adorable!

What you’ll need: Glass jars, ribbon or twine, and the flowers of your choosing.

Tip: Ask friends and family to save any used glass jars leading up the big day.

image via Wedding Flowers

 

 

Photo by Trent Szmolnik on Unsplash

Ally Vogl

Ally is the Content and Social Media Exec here at WeddingDates HQ. Beyond being obsessed with all things weddings, she loves a good cup of coffee and splurging on beauty products.

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