Top 5 Wedding DIY tutorials to make your big day unique!

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Ms Zebra

Image by Jonathan Wherrett via Claire & Stewart’s Elegant Tasmanian Wedding

If you’re looking to add a little bit of creativity and something unique to your wedding, a little DIY is always a great idea! Here we’ve collected our top 5 Wedding DIY tutorials to help get the creative juices flowing to create something truly special.

Image & Tutorial via Jessica Derrick

Petal Confetti Paper Cones 

For a little something that your guests can shower you with, these petal confetti paper cones are simply divine! Everyone will want to pick one up, sprinkle rose petals over you – and think about the photography moment you will garner!!! Winner!

Image & Tutorial via Ms Honeycomb

Hand Lettered Gift Bags 

A sure way to personalise any gift for guests. Whether for wedding guests or just your bridal party, these cute gift bags can be personalised to each individual. Think of just how special everyone will feel with their own hand made gift bag!

Image & Tutorial via Jessica Derrick

Whimsical Floral Hoop Tutorial 

A hanging floral arrangement is very popular at the moment for both weddings & showers alike.  But they can be costly! So, why not make it at home?! This great tutorial takes you step by step through the process to end up with hand chosen flowers & colour to stand out!

Image & Tutorial via Jessica Derrick

Rosemary Themed Menu & Place Card Tutorial 

Rosemary & love go hand in hand. So, how do we bring an ancient tradition into a contemporary wedding setting?! Easy! With gorgeous hand written place cards! Not only will guests love the effort of hand printed cards, they will also love the smell from the added sprig of rosemary!

Image & Tutorial via Larissa Thorne

S’Mores Wedding Favours Tutorial

S’more. Do we need to say anything more?!?! A kid friendly & adult treat – these little S’more gift bags are the perfect, unique way to give a favour at the end of the night! I’ll bet there’s people lighting the candle & melting the chocolate as soon as guests get home!



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