DIY Wedding Ideas For The Creative Bride
A creative bride will waste no time in personalizing her wedding. She’ll certainly be brimming with the ideas from the moment that her beau proposed to her and perhaps even before that, when she realized that this is the man that she wants to get married to. If you’re also an imaginative bride yourself, you can take advantage of this and turn your wedding into a big DIY project, making it an extraordinary affair that everyone would fall in love with. Here are some fantastic wedding ideas to spark your creativity.
Origami is a Japanese art of folding paper to create shapes and figures. For your wedding, explore a variety of origami styles that you can use as place cards, table accents, or decorative elements for the buffet table. Make sure that you use colorful paper with visually striking patterns to create exquisite origami art.
Creative photo line
Telling your love story to each and every one of the guests attending your wedding can be tiring. To save yourself from having to do that, make a decoration out of it instead. Put clotheslines in one area of the reception venue. These are not for clothes FYI. Clip into these your photos over the years, starting from the time when you first met. Include captions of years and milestones so people know what happened during those times.
Upside down wine glass centerpiece
Create an impressive centerpiece without much fuss. Turn a large wine glass upside down. Put a brightly colored flower bloom inside the glass. On top of it, put a candle. It’s an instant candle holder that would look exquisite as a table centerpiece. And did we mention that it’s very easy to make?
Adorable string balls
Do you see those gorgeous string balls hanging from the ceiling in wedding venues and wonder how these are made? It’s quite simple. First, you get a balloon and wrap it in string saturated in a mixture of glue, water and corn starch. Once the strings harden, pop the balloon and bring it out. Voila, you now have stunning décor balls to hang from the ceiling of your wedding venue.
Cork place card holders
Cork can be used for a variety of purposes in your wedding. One good example is as a place card holder. This can also be done effortlessly. Cut through the wide part of the cork so that you can insert the place card. The opposite side should be sliced a bit in order for the cork to stand without rolling over. That’s it! It’s an instant place card holder for you.
Guest book in stone
Looking for a creative way to get your guests to sign a guest book? Try distributing flat black stones and handing the guests with a white felt tip pen. The guests can write their message on the stone to symbolize that their wishes for you are everlasting. Collect these stones and place inside a memento box.
Put these DIY Wedding Ideas into practice and you will have a stunning event.