10 Festive DIY Details for Your Christmas Wedding
Looking for ways to make your Christmas wedding extra-special? Try one of these modern DIY projects to give your event a dash of holiday spirit.
Your photobooth can serve double-duty as a way for your guests to get those pesky holiday photos taken for the annual card. With this DIY wreath and ribbon-inspired sign, your friends and family will be lining up to pose at your Christmas wedding.
Christmas wedding color palettes aren’t limited to red and green. From snowy whites to bright pinks, there are so many schemes to choose from. Once you’ve decided, personalize your event with these DIY painted ball ornaments. Pass them out as favors at the end of the evening.
For many modern holiday weddings, the decor is all about the sparkle. Make your own event shine with this disco ball tree placed at the door to announce the party inside.
While Buddy the Elf might believe that the best way to spread holiday cheer is to sing a carol, we believe that a great cocktail can work just as well. Decorate yours with these fetching DIY stirrers, which will transform any classic drink into something more festive.
Help your guests find their seats with these crepe paper tree place cards. And they aren’t just pretty. Underneath is a tasty peanut butter cup (just in case the caterer is running behind schedule).
Speaking of sweet treats, give the popular s’mores trend a holiday wedding spin with this version using sprinkled sugar cookies.
Thinking about a Christmas wedding that emphasizes the stark simplicity of the winter season? Spruce up your venue with this pretty rosemary wreath garland.
Instead of a traditional Christmas table, have your guests place their gifts under a Christmas tree. Place a couple of these cute DIY fringed bags under the tree to use as an example.
Enchant your younger guests by offering a gingerbread house decorating table to occupy them while their parents get down on the dance floor.
Of course, for such a memorable wedding, you need an equally amazing getaway. Load up your car with brightly wrapped boxes and a wreath on the front.