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We don’t usually get personal on this blog, but we have to reveal that… we’re getting ready for a wedding!
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…
DIY Paper Wedding Bouquet
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.
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.
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.