Pitchers & Vases
This blue and white marbled pitcher would be a terrific DIY project for a country wedding or as a bridal shower conversation piece. You could use the same technique on tall ceramic vases for your centerpieces.
These faux marble chargers are actually just simple wooden circles completely dressed up. The gold ring border is really charming and gives this marble DIY project an upscale effect.
Who needs wine charms when you can make a unique glass for everyone? This is fantastic to use at a bridal shower or bridesmaid luncheon. Send the ladies home with their glass, or keep the set for yourself.
Agate Meets Marble
Combining two of this year's most modern trends is this awesome DIY marble tray with faux agate edges. The gold foiling gives it a little bit of sparkle. Use as a cheese tray like you see here, or stack a variety on your dessert table to hold different flavors of cupcakes and bite-size treats.
Wrap up your napkins with these basic wooden napkin rings painted to marbled perfection. This project is fairly subtle, so whatever paint colors you choose, make sure that you use a napkin that will allow your project to pop.
Place Card Holders
For a modern and minimalist wedding, these marble DIY place card holders are a genius way to showcase your favorite trend without going overboard. Use classic white cards for the names to give the holders center stage.
Between your envelope liners, wedding invites, and thank you cards, there are plenty of opportunities for marble DIY paper projects. Use this cool technique in whatever color palette you prefer for all of your wedding stationery.
Bridal Party Gift
Give your bridesmaids a selection of bath goodies, candles, and these DIY candle holders for a fantastic gift set. This set is in black and white, but you could easily make these out of lighter shades.
Stone Cold Nails
For your Instagram ring shot, DIY a pretty manicure courtesy of some marble nail wraps. This is a style that looks lovely on both long and short nails.
Dip Dyed Ribbons
Another DIY technique that produces an effect similar to marbling is dip dyeing. Thin fabrics like muslin will absorb the color and pattern really well. Use ripped cloth as ribbons to wrap around menus or bridesmaid bouquets.