Looking for a little extra whimsy? A simple baby's breath flower crown is an easy project to tackle, but it still makes a gorgeous statement for a spring or summer wedding.
If you're planning a rustic or woodland-inspired celebration, look no further than this log slice DIY escort cards. All you need is a faux moss backdrop and a Sharpie to bring this one to life!
Sipping In Style
When this groom decided to serve his favorite beers at his wedding, he chose to take the idea one step further and build his very own tap to pour them from. Genius, right?
Take A Seat
Looking for one of a kind table numbers? Use wood ones for inspiration and DIY your own.
Spice Of Life
Small jars of a favorite spice or seasoning make an easy to assemble gift for each and every guest who attends your big day.
Add a sign to the decor to keep your guests informed and infuse your wedding day with an extra handmade touch. Chalk or chalk markers are a non-permanent way to do so and make a stylish statement at the same time.
If you prefer your signs to be a little more on the rustic side — or pay homage to a favorite beverage — consider another handmade option like this cute cork display. The addition of the couple's wedding date is extra adorable.
Colorful, eclectic and seriously cool, this seating chart brought this couple's vibrant wedding dreams to life right from the moment guests entered the reception.
Do you have family members you want to remember on your wedding day? Take a cue from this bride and include their photos in tiny frames to attach to you bouquet.
Edible favors may be the best wedding DIY out there. They're easy to put together, they look cute at the reception and guests love them. Win, win, win.
Looking for more DIY wedding ideas? Pick up a copy of the Spring 2017 issue of mywedding for inspiration galore.