Sophisticated brides, unite! Your Wedding Wednesday is about to get infinitely more gorgeous with these crazy-beautiful DIY projects from Cricut. It's the last day of November — where has the year gone? Well, the good news is that the holidays are her and that means that engagement season is up on us. Yay! So whether you are a brand new bride-to-be starting to prepare for the big day or you are in the final steps of your wedding planning process, allow me to introduce you to Cricut— your best friend when it comes to personalizing your wedding day in a major way.
Cricut Explore® machines cut over 100 different materials for the ultimate variety and versatility. Think glitter paper, silver iron on, hi-end cardstock, foil, the list goes on and on. Every handmade wedding
Every handmade wedding projects will look polished and perfect! Get clean, precise cuts every time. You can make everything from invites and cake toppers to favor tags and place cards to personalized gift for your groom and bridesmaids, and so much more!
How Cricut Works
- Design Your Project: Take advantage of their Design Space® software. You to choose from their library of images and create your design, upload your own designs, or select from a plethora of ready to make projects.
- Select & Cut Your Material: The Cricut machine and software are pre-set to cut more than 100 different materials. You simply place the material on a cutting mat, insert it in the matching, select the right material type and the machine automatically adjusts speed and pressure for the best cut.
- Assemble: Remove your cuts from the mat, then simply assemble the pieces and admire your finished project.
Best Day Ever Invitation by Idieh Design
Your invitations are the first sneak peek that your guests will have of your big day, so why not create a paper suite that will wow?! This fully customizable hexagon-shaped wedding invitations are all kinds of gorgeous. The best part? There is a whole paper suite created by the same designer. Every piece of stationery is gorgeous find the matching RSVP cards here, the
Best Day Ever Cake Topper and Wall Decal by Idieh Design
To keep a consistent look throughout your "I do's" consider this adorable cake topper that will match the message on your wedding stationery. Or take customization to whole new level with this wall decal that integrates with the adorable backdrop found here. This backdrop also serves as an escort card display when integrated with the escort cards found above. The perfect way to let your wedding guest know this is the "Best Day Ever".
Hopeless Romantic Lord and Lady Pillows
Weddings are all about the details! Reason why I love these cute pillows. They are a quick and easy iron-on project that will bring a touch of shine to your wedding decor and could be reused as decor accent and keepsake on your new home together. Make the wedding day all about the bride and groom with these Lord and Lady pillows!
Mini Champagne Party Favors by The TomKat StudioKeep the celebration going even after the party is over! Send your wedding guests home with a bit of bubbly with these embellished mini champagne bottles to enjoy in the future. The gold vinyl "thank you" design pops on these dark bottles.
Whimsical Wedding Centerpiece and Stationery by Idieh DesignAre you into romantic and whimsical style celebrations? This wedding centerpiece topper is the perfect complement for your celebration. This is an easy, yet super chic way to jazz up your floral arrangements and table decor. The designer also suggest that it could be used as a cake topper, which I totally agree with! I highly encourage you to take a look at the rest of the stationery suite because it has super adorable matching paper goods, including:
So what are you waiting for? Your personalized wedding awaits! And since Cricut is super easy to use and learn, that means you can have all your handcrafted wedding goodies done before the wedding day without sacrificing important wedding planning time! Sounds like an absolute win-win to me!This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Cricut. The opinions and text are all mine.