Wedding DIYs

I wouldn’t call myself crafty, but I am creative. Once I started building my wedding themed board on Pinterest, I was determined to make a few things to personalize my day. Little did I know the time I would put in and how much I procrastinated. I’ll go through all the DIYs and designs I created and then talk through how I did them. I’ll openly admit not everything I had planned, I ended up completing. There were a few things I sent out to be made at the end of the day, which honestly was less stressful.

Signs:

I was adamant in wanting signs that would match my wedding and were “floating”. I like the look of them, so I decided to focus my time on my welcome sign, bar sign, and seating chart. I’ve included some progress photos and what they looked like at the wedding! Here’s how I did it with the help of one of my bridesmaids, Katie.

Stands are from Ikea | Plywood from Lowe’s: One sheet of plywood was cut to three 2.5ft x 3.5ft boards | Zip Ties | Gold Spray Paint | A small drill | Cricut Machine, Heat Press & HTV | Gold Washi Tape | Paint

I spray painted the zip ties gold to match the washi tape. I primed all the boards and painted them white and then added slices of my wedding colors to each. All the lettering is all black vinyl that I ironed onto the wood after everything was dry. Jager’s picture for the bar and the washi tape went on last with some added help from some super glue and adhesive to ensure it all stayed in place! We included our monogram we used for the wedding and the hashtag for pictures!

Additional Vinyl Projects:

I also took advantage of my Cricut by doing some of the smaller details like my new monogram jean jacket, card box, some trays, our unity sign, and our ring box! I also made a ton of gifts for the wedding party, but that will be a separate post, so stay tuned! The unity sign and ring box were also iron on vinyl and the monogramed trays I completed was normal vinyl encased in resin! The trays held our koozies and the masks and hand sanitizer.

Table Numbers: I purchased wood numbers and reused the gold spray print, simple, pretty and easy!

Frames: For items I lost motivation for or just felt that frames were easier, I used vellum and blue marbled paper for additional signs. I did this for my “COVID” sign with hand sanitizer and masks, the guest book, the champagne tower signs, the small bar sign and the remembrance sign.

You can see examples of all the items mentioned above in some of the pictures below!

Lastly, I told myself that I would be DIY’ing our menus and cake topper and well, that just didn’t happen! I went back to Truly Engaging where we got all our stationary and ordered our menus to match our invites. As for the cake topper, I naturally tapped a local business to design and create it for me. You can check out Simple & Sentimental if you’re looking for a beautiful, customizable, and affordable cake topper for any occasion and so much more! Here’s how they turned out…you’ll get to see the late night snack I surprised Dan with!

Don’t be discouraged if you want to DIY, you’ll figure it out! Let me know if you have any questions about the DIYs I did or need links! Thanks for reading and happy planning!

xx Alicia

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