18 DIY Wedding Ideas

Take a trip down memory lane by using photos of you and your new hubby as candle centerpieces. Print pictures on vellum, put them in frames, and place a small candle in the middle to let your love story light up the night. Martha Stewart Weddings via Pinterest.
No need for a calligrapher when you can use a few photo booth strips and a luggage tag to let friends and family know you’re tying the knot. This and That Photography via Pinterest.
Let your ring bearer or flower girl announce to your guests you’re on your way with some burlap and a few stitches. Paisley & Pearls via Pinterest.
Brighten up your ceremony by tying various colors of ribbon to the backs of chairs. Stick to the colors you’re using at your reception for a cohesive look. Green Wedding Shoes via Pinterest.
Turn boring old Champagne flutes into his-and-hers glasses by adding a bow tie and veil. Junebug Weddings via Pinterest.
Write the names of your bridesmaids-to-be on paper cutouts of girls in dresses as a fun way to ask them. Once Wed via Pinterest.
A Mason jar and some hand-picked flowers are a simple, easy way to add a rustic touch to your table decor. Style Me Pretty via Pinterest.
Have guests write on tin cans and then attach them to the back of your car as you and your new hubby ride off to your honeymoon destination. Bespoke Bride via Pinterest.
Wrap silverware in paper doilies tied with twine for an effortlessly classy look. Woo Home via Pinterest.
Instead of splitting the aisle, unite your two families with the help of a handcrafted sign such as this one. Something Turquoise via Pinterest.
Craft a pillow for your rings with burlap and cotton—perfect for a country-style wedding. Ruffled Blog via Pinterest.
Fold pieces of sturdy paper into tiny chairs for a creative way to let guests know their table assignments. Martha Stewart Weddings via Pinterest.
Tell the tale of how you two met with a handwritten timeline to display at the reception. Magnet Street via Pinterest.
Create your own table numbers with an old photo frame and wooden letters. Use glitter paint to make them pop. Style Me Pretty via Pinterest.
All you need is a tin can, some flowers, and chiffon ribbon for an aisle with serious style. Wedding Chicks via Pinterest.
Hold your bouquet together with colored string and a ribbon. Use it as your something blue! Wedding Chicks via Pinterest.
Give your bridal party these cute bathrobes to lounge in as you primp for your big day. Something Turquoise via Pinterest.
Bring the beach to you by filling some wine glasses with sand and shells. Place a candle on top when the sun begins to set. Indulgy via Pinterest.

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