We don’t usually get personal on this blog, but we have to reveal that… we’re getting married next week!
In way of celebration, we’ve rounded up a huge number of our favorite Cricut and Silhouette wedding projects — a lot of these we’ve tried out ourselves and a fair few we’re including in our own celebrations.
If you’re getting married soon or if your crafting skills are being called upon for a close one’s wedding, take a look at these amazing ideas and see if you can adapt them for your own style and color scheme.
Let us know in the comments any amazing wedding tutorials we’ve forgotten!
Let’s take it away…
Hello Creative Family
Don’t get us wrong, we love a floral bouquet — what’s more beautiful than fresh flowers?!
But for all their beauty, they fade quickly — usually wilting as soon as the reception’s over.
If you want to savor the bouquet for all time (not to mention save a bunch of money on flowers), we would definitely recommend a paper flower bouquet. And this one on the Hello Creative Family blog is a doozy — gorgeous shapes and colors resulting in an incredibly feminine, yet powerful, bouquet.
A Coastal Bride
We’ve only just discovered the Coastal Bride blog, but suffice to say that this is an amazing destination for DIY wedding crafts.
Our favorite one are these gorgeous marble place cards, personalized with intricate calligraphy — so much more beautiful and impressive than the normal paper place cards you see at most weddings.
Plus, they serve as something wonderful for your guests to keep of a memento of the wedding.
Cutting for Business
Adding a personal touch to your wedding is one of the major benefits of crafting it yourself — and these amazing wine bottle labels are the perfect way to stamp the details of your relationship into the wedding.
Take a look at the Cutting for Business blog for personal label ideas — we love the ‘first fight’ and ‘first house’ ones. These will also make a fantastic wedding present for the newlyweds.
Something Turquoise is one of our favorite blogs when it comes to amazing DIYs, and they’ve got a whole load of wedding projects just waiting to be crafted.
If you’re planning a photo booth at your wedding, props are an absolute must-have — and Something Turquoise has teamed up with the Budget Savvy Bride to create these beautiful stick props that you can easily whip up with your Cricut.
Includes free SVG files!
Is Lia Griffith our favorite crafter? She’s certainly up there!
Anyone who’s just got engaged will shortly be hit with the realisation that buying ready-made invitations is expensive. Real expensive. So why not make your own?
Take a look at this beautiful — not to mention professional-looking — invitation project on Lia Griffith to get an idea of what you can create with your Cricut machine.
It Happens In A Blink
If you’re having a destination wedding — or simply if you’re getting married in a hot climate — hand fans are always a good call to have available for guests at outdoor weddings.
We love these personalized DIY fans on It Happens In A Blink — and they’re a great way to experiment with your Cricut Sketch Pens!
Glamour and Grace
And if you want to spice up the way you’re sending your DIY invitations, photo envelope liners are an easy and effective way to personalize the process.
Cute, heartwarming — and a great way to put those engagement photos to good use!
We’ve already covered the wedding bouquet — but what about the centerpieces?
We love these simple, yet beautiful, flowering branches that are featured on the Silhouette America blog. Gorgeous for people searching for a Japanese, cherry blossom vibe for their big day.
The Tom Kat Studio
If you’re feeling extravagant when it comes to thank you gifts, check out this wonderful tutorial on The Tom Kat Studio — thank you graphics for mini champagne bottles.
There’s also a bonus embellished tulle skirt tutorial towards the end of the project. Possible outfit for the Hangover Breakfast?
Brooklyn Berry Designs
Signage is a great way to welcome your guests into the wedding — but these don’t come cheap.
Check out this awesome wooden, hand-lettered DIY wedding sign on Brooklyn Berry Designs if you fancy trying your hand at making your own.
A great way to save money on the wedding with crafting.
Tidewater and Tulle
These incredible DIY cutlery sleeves on Tidewater and Tulle look like professionally made, high quality objects — but they’re actually super easy and quick to whip up.
No sewing required — just your vinyl cutter and a jolt of creativity!
Hey Wedding Lady
Wedding cakes are another one of those super expensive extras that get added on to your wedding bill — have you considered making your own? Or perhaps asking an aspiring chef in the family to step up?!
If so, also consider making your own cake topper — we love this simple, yet eye-catching, tutorial on Hey Wedding Lady. Beautiful! The post also includes some free designs for personal use.
Another favorite from the brilliant Something Turquoise blog — DIY wedding shoe stickers!
Let’s face it — you’re unlikely to wear these shoes again, so jazzing them up with wedding details is a great way to capture memories of your special day.
Tidewater and Tulle
We’ve back on Tidewater and Tulle for these super cute bridal shower ideas — coffee cozies!
Again, there’s no sewing involved, just your vinyl cutter and some beautiful wool felt. A great personal touch for anyone who fancies coffee playing a major role in their bridal shower.
Getting ready with your bridesmaids on your wedding day is one of the memories you’ll always cherish as a bride.
A great way to get into the bridal party spirit early is with these super cute personalized wedding hangers — all you need are wooden hangers, vinyl and your vinyl cutter.
Style Me Pretty
There’s lots of cute DIY ideas on Style Me Pretty as they describe a recent wedding they worked with that ran with the theme of ‘Southern elegance’. Great job, guys.
What about crafts for the wedding night? (Don’t worry, we’re not about to make you blush..!)
We love these fun DIY ‘yours and mine’ pillow cases, and we think they work great as a wedding present, as well as something you might choose to craft for yourself.
Which Cricut wedding project is your favorite?