If you’ve been reading Bespoke Bride for a while you’ll remember that last year we went to the awesome Handmade Fair in London with Cricut to show off the amazing things these machines can do and how helpful they are when DIYing your wedding! (In case you missed it you can read about our time at the fair here!) Anyway…we’re super excited to say that we’re going to be teaming up with Cricut again this year and making a return at the fair in September! EEK! We met up with some of the team last week to plan the design of our stall and what Cricut creations we could dream up for the fair and it got us all excited so today I wanted to share you with you 12 of the wedding DIYs we’ve already made with the Cricut Explore in the past and how you can make them too!
(above) Woohoo! There’s about to be a party up in here and you can bet your bottom dollar that it’ll be a stylish one with these fun coasters! They’re super easy to make and will add a real pop of colour to your wedding decor!
Brighten up your day with this colourful and bold DIY feather garland! It’s super easy to make and would look awesome at a festival-boho themed wedding!
We’re gonna show you how you can add a little splash of Mexican fiesta to your decor so if you want your styling to look a little Mexican then these will really tie in the theme nicely!
These cake toppers are made from card and are so ridiculously easy and quick to make that anyone could do it. Of course we couldn’t help but make ours as bright as possible but if bold isn’t your thing these can be customised to match any colour of your choosing!
Call me crazy but I think these crackers would make awesome favours any time of the year! I can’t deny it. I love me a good cracker! The reality is though that they’re filled with pretty…shall we say, un-chic items?! That’s why making your own crackers and filling them with super cute things is a must!
These Beyonce lyric glasses would be super fun for a hen party or bachelorette party or even as favours for your female guests! GIRL POWEL y’all!Details