Weddings are meant to be extra special—add all the special touches with these DIY Wedding Ideas with the Cricut. Think wedding decor, flowers, gifts, and more.
DIY Wedding Ideas with the Cricut
I’d get married all over again (with the same awesome guy, of course) just so I can plan and craft with all the new and amazing DIY wedding trends! I got married just before Pinterest was a thing—I would love to do it all over again with even more inspiration. And with wedding season right around the corner, the crafty inspiration is definitely out there! I’m lovin’ all the colors, bling, hand-lettering….not to mention million different ways to make your own flowers!
If you’re searching for creative, stylish, and beautiful ways to DIY your wedding or if you’re helping somebody plan the ultimate celebration, check out these DIY Wedding Ideas with the Cricut. The Cricut is so versatile and I’m constantly impressed with all the new ways it can craft!
And if you’re wondering if a Cricut is worth the expense so you can make your own wedding decor, I think IT IS! I even have an extensive online course that will help you learn how to use your machine so you can use it to craft for your big day.
Get crafty and have fun!
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DIY WEDDING IDEAS WITH THE CRICUT
Make these beautiful THANK YOU Wedding Pennants from heyletsmakestuff.com using the Print Then Cut feature on your Cricut Explore or Maker.
Learn how to make these charming Rustic Wedding Invitations using your Cricut Explore! inspirationmadesimple.com shows you how to do it.
Dress up your wedding guest’s tables with these Mason Jar Centerpieces from thecountrychiccottage.net
Masterfully hand-letter your wedding invitations, heyletsmakestuff.com shows you How to Address Invitations Using the Cricut Explore.
Customize these DIY Wedding Guest Gift Bags from lydioutloud.com and really make your guests feel special and welcomed.
number-2-pencil.com shows us how to make a DIY Wedding Day Countdown Chalkboard Sign, the perfect addition to any bridal shower. Use your Cricut to create the beautiful lettering and 3D flowers.
Whether your wedding is outdoors or indoors, this DIY Monogram Ice Bucket from makelifelovely.com, is a fun way to keep those drinks cold for your guests.
Use your Cricut and the free templates from greenweddingshoes.com to create this DIY Papel Picado Banner, an elegant way to dress up your wedding decor.
Make sure you or that bride-to-be has everything she needs for the big day. This Wedding Day Bridal Survival Kit with Cricut Glitter Vinyl is adorable, check out seevanessacraft.com for all the details.
Fresh flowers are nice but thehappyscraps.com shows us how to use our Cricuts to make a gorgeous DIY Paper Bridal Bouquet, you won’t even miss the real things.
If you’re looking for DIY Wedding Invitations that are easy on the budget but not lacking in style, detail or that personal touch, tastefullyfrugal.org has the answer!
Even the littlest of your wedding guests want to be included in on the celebration. thequietgrove.com has a fun Wedding Reception Kids Corner idea, dress it all up with your Cricut.
Create your own Wedding Table Numbers using your Cricut, a fun way to add some bling to your theme, seelindsay.com shows us how easy it is to make them.
thetomkastudio.com has all you need to add pops of gold to your wedding decor! These Gorgeous Gold Party Projects are amazing!
Your bridesmaids will absolutely love their presents when you add these glam-inspired SVGs! I’m personally loving these Iron-On Leggings from liagriffith.com.
These DIY Bridal Party Can Koozies from somethingturquoise.com are perfect for bridal showers, bachelor and bachelorette parties, or anytime your wedding party gets together to have a little fun.
Grab lemonthistle.com’s template and your Cricut to create this So Much Love DIY Wedding Cake Topper!
Make sure the bride-to-be is noticed! This Bachelorette Sash and Tote Bags from coastalkelder.com make any bachelorette party extra special!
It’s crazy how easy and inexpensive these DIY Calligraphy Marble Place Cards are to make. acoastalbride.com shares her secrets to create these custom favors using her Cricut.
What bride doesn’t love a little gold bling? These DIY Gold Foil Bridal T-Shirts Using the Cricut have the perfect shine for that bride-to-be and all of her bridesmaids.
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