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let love grow lettering flower seeds wedding favors
Photo: Megmichelle

Let Love Grow

Gift your guests a wedding favor that grows with your love. Flower seeds are inexpensive and an easy DIY project. Use craft paper to fold an envelope and write a sweet message to your guests along with your names and wedding date.

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Sign It

Here's another DIY wedding idea. Welcome your guests with a sweet sign to start the event. Adorn it with fresh flowers and greenery for a look that is both romantic and modern.

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Be Our Guest

Since the seating chart is one of the first things your wedding guests will notice when they arrive to your reception, make sure it's amazing. This bride wrote each name on a black poster board and set it upon a wooden easel. The white calligraphy really pops against the dark background and green accent pieces.

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Storybook Wedding

This decoration will look perfect next to your guest book. Find old vintage books at a thrift store and pen your favorite love quote on the side of the pages. Tie your finished project with a bow that matches your color scheme.

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Oh Snap!

Remind your guests to use your wedding hashtag as they take pictures throughout the night with a make-your-own sign! Set the sign next to your seating chart, bar or gift table where everyone can see it. #socute

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What a Wonderful World

This globe is exactly what you need for the wedding with many out-of-town guests or the couple who loves to travel the world. Have your attendees mark where they've traveled from for the nuptials, use it for your guest book or to simply write out your new name as husband and wife.

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Hang On

Here's what's next on our list of DIY wedding ideas: custom hangers are the perfect gift to give to your bridal squad to thank them for being a part of your special day. Find wooden hangers and write each of your bridesmaid's names in white, black or gold beneath the hook. Plus, they look great for pictures and it's a gift they'll be able to treasure forever.

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calligraphy wedding menu diy project
Photo: Kara Olveri

Write it Out

Instead of typing out your menu, why not write it? This bride used paper with rough edges to give it a a vintage vibe. Your guests will be impressed by how much time you took to personalize small details for the big day. Make sure to coordinate your menu with the rest of your paper goods, like invites and save the dates.

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Mirror, Mirror

Write on small antique mirrors to display your table numbers. This gives a unique and romantic look your guests will surely be gushing over. Add some greenery and your wedding flowers to complete the look.

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Gone Rustic

An old window is a great way to welcome your guests, write your menu, display your seating chart or even say thank you! This eye-catching wedding decor gives off a rustic vibe while still looking classy.