What's Appropriate to DIY at Your Wedding
Flowers: Classic in White
Follow our step-by-step for these almost-too-easy arrangements.
Flowers: Spring Fling
Steal this “easy wow” of a centerpiece for a wedding in bloom.
Flowers: Winter Wreath
Bring the outdoors in with a seasonally appropriate wreath from Style Me Pretty.
Tiny Touches: Games Please
Keep guests (especially the young and young-at-heart ones!) entertained with a lighthearted game of corn hole.
Tiny Touches: For the Guests
How sweet are these tiny honey jars as favors for guests?
Tiny Touches: Confetti for the Grand Exit
Hand out tiny packets of leaves (olive leaves pictured here) for a more bird-friendly alternative to rice.
Hand-Lettered: Personalized Coat Hanger
Try your own hand at hand lettering and calligraphy on a low-stakes detail like the dress hanger.
Hand-Lettered: Venue Signage
Make sure guests end up in the right spot with a spunky sign post.
Hand-Lettered: Welcome Sign
Once they’ve found the right spot, welcome them on in with a hand-written sign. (Perfect for photos too!)
Photo Props: Pretty Backdrops
Make a perfectly picturesque moment with these pretty DIY backdrops.
Photo Props: Put a ‘Gram On It
You know we love a monogram down here. Why not make what is basically a giant 3D one to take photos with?
Photo Props: Snapshot Station
Remember the day forever with instant-printing photos guests can add to the guest book themselves.
Table Top Décor: Easy Elegance
Number the tables with this super easy chalkboard bottle DIY. You might even have to uncork a bottle in the process—for the sake of the project of course.
Table Top Décor: Simple and Sweet
Keep the tables simple, classic, and laid back with these precious woodland-esque centerpieces.
Table Top Décor: Written in Rosemary
Make place-settings extra special with a budget-friendly name card (that smells good too!).