New Wedding DIY Projects!

by Jenny Bryde 20. October 2014 10:43

Every bride and groom wants their wedding to be a reflection of their personality and style.  Often this kind of stamp is not available in a brick and mortar store, but that doesn't mean we give up.  Today I'm featuring some easy to do DIY projects that any bride or groom can tackle while saving some money and putting some personality in their big day.  All of these could be incorporated into any wedding by switching up some materials and colors.  Check them out!

1.  Lace/doilie balls/light covers by UtterlyEngaged.com - Blow up balloons, use a spray adhesive or glue to attach doilies or pieces of lace, wait for glue to dry, and pop the balloons!

 

2. Rope Words by GreenWeddingShoes.com - Use glue to saturate pieces of twine or rope.  Form letters and let dry.  Voila!

 

3.  Guilded Leaf Place Cards by PolkaDotMade.com - Collect leaves, paint with desired color, use white out pen to write names.  

 

4. Gold Glitter Vase from Etsy.com seller Southern Gold Shop - Spray a spray adhesive to the enside of a glass jar.  Sprinkle glitter and roll around jar until coated on the inside.  

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Some Amazing DIY Projects for you Weekend Wedding Warriors!

by Jenny Bryde 2. July 2011 02:52

Some things you just can't buy.  Some things you can buy if you wanted to take out a second mortgage on your parents' home.  And some things you can simply make.  DIY wedding projects are so much fun because you save a bundle of money while creating something totally you for your wedding.  Projects are also a really great way to include others in your wedding plans.  Maybe your future mother-in-law is crafty with a sewing machine.  Maybe your cousins would love to come over and have pizza as payment for cutting out hundreds of paper flowers. 

Today I'll be featuring three really great DIY projects that you can tackle at home!  These projects come from a website called The Sweetest Occasion which has all kinds of crafty projects for the everyday guy or gal. 

First up we have a ring pillow that is totally stitchable.  They used some striped fabric, but you could use just about any that you love. 

You will need the following supplies: 
one yard of fabric
twill tape or ribbon
thread
needle
sewing machine

Next we have a gorgeous ruffled garland that you could make for any number of uses.  It could be a swag for a chair, banister, or light fixture.  I even think you could pull this off as a belt! 

You will need:

4 yards of fabric
Rotary cutter
Pinking shears
Thread and needle
Sewing machine
Twill tape or ribbon

And finally, DIY paper pinwheels which would be totally fun as decor during a spring or summer wedding or as party favors for the kids. 

You will need:

Paper cut into 6" squares

Brads

Pencil

Exacto-blade

Straws (optional for handles)

So again, three very easy projects to make some details of your wedding stand out as memorable and unique projects.  Click on the pictures to go to detailed instructions for each project.  Go on, grab a friend, and get crafty! 

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Hi!  Welcome to the QCWeddings.com blog!  My name is Jenny, and I am a Quad Cities bride to be.  Our goal for this blog is to share information on all things wedding including local vendors, new trends, and amazing inspiration.  Let us know if there is something you'd like to see on here!  

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