Can you believe it’s already April? Where has 2012 gone?! Wedding season is right around the corner, and I know that DIY weddings are hugely popular these days. Some of the most beautiful weddings I’ve seen have a crafty element, so I thought I’d pull together a collection of gorgeous DIY wedding ideas. The inspiration ranges from favors to decor to a bride’s veil. One of the quickest ideas I found was this favor cones template at Martha Stewart. SO pretty! Ready for more wedding crafts? Click through the jump to see them!
Jewel Bouquet 1 of 13A wedding bouquet takes a bit of a different twist by using a collection of brooches assembled with floral wire. It takes a bit of patience but the results are well worth it.
Learn how to make one for yourself at Fancy Pants Weddings
Map Invites 2 of 13Holly takes time to DIY her wedding invitations with the addition of map liners, doilies and themed stickers.
See how it all came together at Nothing But Bonfires
Car Sign 3 of 13Give the bride and groom a special treat with this cute, handmade banner.
Download the template at The Sweetest Occasion
Cake Toppers 4 of 13Make unique wedding cake toppers with recycled materials and found miniature objects.
Get the how-to at Once Wed
Ring Holder 5 of 13I love the vintage look of this ring holder, made from the lid of an old tea container.
Learn how it was made at Style Me Pretty
Table Runner 6 of 13This cool table runner is a fun twist on traditional decor, and all you need are basic craft supplies.
Find the step-by-step at Green Wedding Shoes
Glitter Shoes 7 of 13Give your bridesmaids a fun, budget option for matching shoes - all it takes is glitter and glue.
Learn how to make them at The Glitter Guide
Table Numbers 8 of 13You can use regular stamps and cookie cutters to turn polymer clay into cute wedding table markers.
Learn how these were made at The Sweetest Occasion
Fun Boutonnieres 9 of 13These rustic looking boutonnieres are different than standard fare, and are very easy to make.
Find out how to make them yourself at Adventures in Dressmaking
Birdcage Veil 10 of 13Making your own veil is a lot easier than you think, and you can get all the basic supplies at the craft store.
Find the tutorial at Adventures in Dressmaking
Drink Umbrellas 11 of 13A summer wedding requires your drinks to have beautiful parasols on sticks.
Download the instructions on Papermash
Spoon Place Cards 12 of 13If you can get your hands on a metal stamp set, these spoon place cards add a perfect vintage touch to your place settings.
FInd out how they were made at Elizabeth Anne Designs
Blanket Tags 13 of 13For an evening or winter wedding, provide guests with an inexpensive blanket and add a pretty "Keep Warm" tag.
Get the printable at Style Me Pretty
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