Know someone planning a wedding this spring? From wedding dresses to decorative touches, DIY weddings can be a lot of fun, and they don’t have to be a lot of work. Here’s a look at 10 fun projects that can get you thinking about sewing decorations, attire, even invitations. Do one or do them all to add your special touch to the big day!
DIY Sewing Your Own Wedding Gown via DIY Bride
Making a wedding gown is the ultimate commitment, of course. But the right resources can help you plan and take the intimidation out of the process. Just start early!
DIY Wedding Ball Decorations via Sew Mama Sew
These giant decorations not only work for a wedding, but also make great statement pieces for a garden party or shower.
DIY Ring Pillow via Martha Stewart
This is the perfect handmade gift for anyone you know getting married. Customize the trim and fabric to the bride and groom’s wedding colors.
DIY Wedding Banner via Once WedThese banners are a super easy way to add DIY flair to the festivities. There’s something super fun about a traditional white dress against a backdrop of color and DIY decor.
DIY Miniature Fabric Flower Garland via Once Wed
DIY Skinny Wedding Ties via Joe & Cheryl
DIY Hand-Sewn Wedding Invitations via Offbeat Bride
DIY Bridesmaid Clutch via Aggie Ray on Etsy
These clutches make great gifts for the bridesmaid. The pattern offers three sizes and is available for immediate download.
DIY Lace Trimmed Veil via Annika Likes
Veils can be super expensive at a bridal boutique, so why not make your own? It’s a great way to turn a cherished piece of tulle (or an inexpensive one) into a beautiful accessory you’ll love for years to come.
DIY Beaded Sash via Green Wedding Shoes
Not into committing to making a full gown? Not to worry! Add your personal touch to any dress with this super easy beaded sash tutorial.
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