My DIY Wedding Round-up!

If you've been following my blog for a while then you probably saw me craft my way through my 10 month engagement. We wanted to keep the wedding low budget and DIY was a great way to make that happen!  I wanted to do a round up of all my crafting projects and to showcase how some of them looked on the actual wedding day!

Starting at the beginning:

Save the Date Postcards using VistaPrint
I designed the image for our Save the Dates on Picnik and printed them with Vistaprint when they had a deal going on - only cost me $8!

With some construction paper, ribbon, and little beads I made cute cards to ask my girls to be in my wedding!

Here's a pretty picture of our invitations - I bought the cards and then embellished them with pretty ribbon!

These pew decor cones took me forever to make but I am SO happy with how they looked in the church! They were my only decor for the ceremony, but I think they were just enough.

Love this shot of the ceremony. I even made the flower petals the flower girl tossed!

I love these sparkly earrings I made to wear with my dress :) I didn't really get a good picture of them on but you can sort of see one in this picture:

Also made the bridesmaid's earrings!

These dang centerpieces sure took forever to make, but saved me lots of money! 

Here they are at the wedding:

You can also see my DIY Table Numbers in that picture as well:

This was one of my favorite projects for the wedding. I just love how it turned out!

Here it is on a little table for the guests to sign as they walked into the reception:

You can also see the cute faux billy ball flowers I made with wool!

I put together hot chocolate and heart-shaped marshmallows for the wedding favors:

And then packaged them up with ribbon and names in little paper baggies. 

I had a friend make my bouquets for me, and I provided her with some pretty crystal and silk flower accents to add in.

And last but now least....I made my own veil turning this:

I'm so happy with how my projects turned out.  I think it made the wedding extra special because I put my own handmade touch on it :)  DIY weddings are not for was certainly time consuming!! But as long as you have enough patience and a few friends willing to lend a hand, it's a great way to save money for your big day :)


  1. I love everything! Especially the favors! I did A LOOOOOT of DIY projects for my wedding too. So fun! Thanks for sharing. xo

  2. You did a great job- and what a labor of love <3. Did you use Swarovski crystals for your earrings? Thanks for sharing- love reading your blog.

  3. Your wedding looked beautiful! Love all your details, especially the hearts your guests signed. Such a sweet touch!

  4. I love those bridesmaids cards and the invitations! It looks like you put ALOT of time into all of these DIY's! It definitely is worth it, isn't it? When add the DIY's into your wedding it's that much more personalized:) I loved DIY things for my wedding!

  5. LOVE!!! You did an amazing job.

  6. great job! It was nice to follow along and see everything turn out so wonderful!

  7. Oh, Rebecca! You did such a wonderful job. Your colour scheme was absolutely perfect!

  8. Great pictures! I love it! The flowers are beautiful and lovely. Thanks for sharing.

  9. I love seeing engaged/married brides DIY projects! I did a lot of DIY stuff for our wedding too and it was so fun. You did a great job!

  10. I love how you made it to your own preferences. I'm sure many people didn't even know all the effort you put into it. I'm sure your hubby does though!

  11. WOW.. you are simply awesome!! im your new follower! :D

  12. What I love most is that your wedding matches your blog colors =) Congrats again Rebecca! My wedding is in about 2 months... so much to do, um, I should get back to the invitations!

    xo caroline @ c.w.frosting

  13. Seriously that is all so cute, LOVE how creative you were and also that you saved a TON of money! I am all about thrifting! ;) pippa

  14. Wow you did a great job at DIY'ing your wedding! I love your earrings and how the veil turned out!