5 Wedding Related Crafts You Will Love

Posted by on Apr 21, 2016


Wedding crafts can make a wedding venue that much more glorious.

Materials: There’s nothing cuter than seeing fallen leaves spread around the tables at an autumn wedding. You may be trying to save money or you may just want to add a twist to your wedding. Regardless of the reasons, this article has picked out a number of crafts seen at a range of London wedding venues this past year.

Add Gold Without the Cost

Gold creates a sense of opulence and finery. Unfortunately, unless you happen to be royalty this is not something that you can easily replicate. But one wedding craft idea that has become remarkably popular is to use spray paint to add a touch of gold and silver.

Wrap some paper around whatever you want to turn gold and spray it. From a distance, this creates an effect that will be sure to catch some eyes.

Glitter to Make Things Sparkle Perhaps you are preparing for a winter wedding?

Nothing makes a wedding venue seem like a winter wonderland like some glitter placed strategically. Naturally, you can put glitter on anything, but it works particularly well with tree branches. Place some thin twigs in a pot and cover them in glitter as centrepieces, or even just as something to brighten up a corner of the room.

A Pop of Colour for Cutlery

It’s true that cutlery can be expensive if you want the good stuff. And the same old cutlery you use on a day-to-day basis isn’t going to cut it. You need to go further and you need to get more out of it. Luckily, this is easier than you think. Using some simple metal paints, paint the bottom half of your knives, forks, and spoons.

It will keep the detail of the metal, while making the cutlery stand out. This is a particular favourite for kids attending weddings.

Mr. and Mrs. Coat Hanger Signs

Wedding crafts are not just about what you put in the main reception hall. They are about the entire experience. Instead of giving out outfits to all the people involved, make them unique and make them special. By using a simple coat hanger and a piece of wire, you can create personalised hangers.

Take a piece of metal wire and heat it up slightly. It should still be able to be touched. Twist it around until you make the name of the person it’s for. As it cools, it will solidify and become rigid.

Bride and Groom Glasses

Feel free to do this for the happy couple or for everyone. Around the groom’s class, tie a white bow tie around the stem of the glass. Then do the same for the bride’s glass, but use a mini tutu, or anything that resembles a white dress.

To make this even better, you can do this with specially engraved glasses.

These five craft ideas will make people fall in love with your wedding. What are your favourite craft ideas for jazzing up a wedding venue?

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