Whether you are planning your own wedding or are helping someone else’s dream come true, either as a friend or a creative wedding supplier, we hope that you will like our “Craft Idea of the Week” blog series. We partnered up with various companies to bring you the best craft ideas. Disclaimer: None of the links below are sponsored links. Some links are affiliate links and the company might send us a small commission to say thank you if you make a purchase but this is at no extra cost to you. We choose products for our blog posts very carefully and never promote any products purely for financial reasons… bringing ideas and inspiration to you is always on top of our list.
Personalise Your Wedding Shoes
The stickers are available in many different colours so you might be able to find a colour that matches or complements your colour scheme.
Add a Lace Trim to a Bridal Veil
The lace trim you see on the photo is available from Minerva Crafts >>>
Vintage Lace Wedding Cake
But there are also simple ideas, such as getting white vintage lace to decorate a cake. We love this set of french lace segments and pearl decorations by Polkawolf and Magpie on Etsy >>>
You could add even more decorations, such a cake topper or fresh flowers.
We love the idea of using this stamp to decorate wedding favours, wedding invites and other wedding stationery.
What is great about this stamp that the image looks hand-painted but it can be created in no time rather than by drawing the image leaf by leaf.
Welcome to Our Wedding Mirror
Vinyl stickers are not too difficult to use and can add a wow factor to your wedding reception.
And a quick tip for removing vinyl: heating up vinyl sticker with a hair dryer makes them peal off easily.
Foil Wedding Stickers
The same stickers could be used for Save the Date cards, wedding invites and thank you cards.
You could also use these elegant stickers for decorating wedding favours.
These stickers come in different muted colours and the lettering can be gold, silver, rose gold or copper.
Filigree Heart Charms
There are many other ways these charms could be used.
You could be tied them into a bow when decorating wedding favours.
They could be tied to the end of a ribbon which is used as a book divider in wedding order services.
Or, they could be used to decorate place cards or table numbers.
View these charms on Printable Heaven website >>>
Watercolour Paint Graphics
If you work with a stationery company, they will be able to guide you when it comes to choosing a suitable design that will match your wedding decor.
If you are making your own wedding stationery, and don’t like the idea of picking up brushes and paints, try browsing ready-made illustrations in image banks such as Creative Fabrica: www.creativefabrica.com >>>
Origami Sugarcraft Decorations
Origami shapes can be used as name cards or can be glued onto table plans. Brides sometimes even opt out for origami wedding bouquet.
But did you know that you could also have your wedding cake decorated with sugar paste origami decorations?
This week, we look at ready-made origami decorations by The Craft Company >>>
How much nicer will each bottle look once you add ribbon and a wax seal? You could use a white ribbon or a ribbon that matches your colour scheme.
We love this “WITH LOVE” wax seal from Not on the High Street >>>
We love this DIY Marble Origami kit which is available from Not on the High Street >>>
We like this DIY kit from Not on the High Street >>>
This pack has been put together by The Crafty Hen sell and includes beautiful embellishments and even needles.
Wedding Post Box
But given how hectic a wedding day can be, having all cards in one place and opening them at the end of the day might be even nicer.
Your wedding post box could be simple. This week, we bring you an example of a simple card box with gold lettering from Etsy.
This box will look amazing on its own but could be surrounded by roses or greenery, such as small eucalyptus branches.
Macrame Wedding Decor
If you would like to learn the art of knotting, ombre-dyeing, fraying and adding beads to macrame decorations, you might like The Craft of Creative Knotting by Fanny Zedenius, a paperback book available from Waterstones.
Macrame decorations are typically made with eco-friendly materials such as hemp rope, so if you are looking for wedding decor that is both eye-catching and eco-friendly, this technique might be just the thing for you.
These flowers can be glued onto place cards, table numbers or could be scattered around table centrepieces. They will also look beautiful when placed on top of a folded napkin, together with a printed menu.
Burlap has a very nice texture that is perfect for weddings styled in neutral colours. Burlap decorations are an excellent choice for brides and grooms who have decided on eco-friendly wedding decor, perhaps even with some up-cycled elements.
Glitter Dipped Feathers
Glitter dipped feathers are becoming increasingly popular. If you are feeling creative, you could use plain feathers and dip them in glitter yourself. There is also an easier option, as ready-made feathers with glitter are available form various suppliers. Feathers can be used as place cards, with name tags tied to them. They can be also tied by thread into a garland. You could even tie lots of feather to an arch, to create a photographic backdrop that looks angelic.
A Drip Effect Hack
Don’t worry, there is a very simple hack that will make your cake creations look professional.
Instead of worrying about the shape of the icing, you could use a drip cutter and cut the drip edging out of strengthened sugar paste.
Your cake will look professional and you probably save lots of time as well.
Heart-Shaped Chocolate Cups
Balloons Wrapped in Tulle
This project could not be any easier… you buy a few balloons and cut a few segments of tulle. Then, you need to wrap the tulle around the balloon and tie a ribbon below the balloon. This is a great way of matching the wedding colour theme as tulle is available in a wide range of colours. To see an example, you could see tulle in 68 colours on Minerva Crafts website >>> www.minervacrafts.com They even have a video showing you the tulle fabric. Using tulle or any other mesh-like fabric is important. If you use organza or other type of woven fabric, you might be disappointed with the results. The edges will frail and you will end up with loose threads hanging at the bottom of the balloon. While if you use tulle, you will be able to trim the fabric as needed, creating a square that will cover the whole balloon. You can also trim the fabric below the balloon easily to create the desired look.
This project could not be any easier… you buy a few balloons and cut a few segments of tulle. Then, you need to wrap the tulle around the balloon and tie a ribbon below the balloon.
This is a great way of matching the wedding colour theme as tulle is available in a wide range of colours. To see an example, you could see tulle in 68 colours on Minerva Crafts website >>> www.minervacrafts.com They even have a video showing you the tulle fabric.
Using tulle or any other mesh-like fabric is important. If you use organza or other type of woven fabric, you might be disappointed with the results. The edges will frail and you will end up with loose threads hanging at the bottom of the balloon.
While if you use tulle, you will be able to trim the fabric as needed, creating a square that will cover the whole balloon. You can also trim the fabric below the balloon easily to create the desired look.
Dried Flowers – Accessories & Venue Decor
You can tie dried flowers into bouquets using raffia, place dried flowers over napkins when setting the tables, create beautiful floral hoops, wreaths and decorative hair combs.
Dried flowers can be tied to ceremony backdrops and arches.
Love Birds – Sugarcraft
They could be also attached to a cookie, round or heart-shaped. Perhaps too small to sit on top of wedding cake but if you are looking for a dainty cake topper, these two cuties with heart-shaped wings will make any cake look special.