My brother and sister-in-law FINALLY got to have their dream wedding after having to work around COVID-19 and all the craziness that has happened since last year, and I was so excited to be able to make them some accessories to make their special day EXTRA special!
This post is sponsored by Cricut but all words and opinions are my own!
Today I am sharing two easy projects you can do to add some personalization to your wedding day!
First up are seating place cards!
One of the things they wanted the most was personalized seating place cards for each guest, and I made that wish come true, thanks to my Cricut Explore Air 2!
Here are all the things you’ll need to create your own place cards:
Cricut Explore Air 2 Machine
Cricut Cutting Mat
Cricut Tool Set
Permanent Vinyl – Color of Choice
Pre-Cut Acrylic Shapes – Shape of Choice
Each guest had their own personalized place card with their name, not only so they could know where they would sit, but also for the servers to know each person’s meal choice – making it super easy during dinner time!
These also acted like adorable favors for everyone to take home at the end of the night!
Pro-Tip: Do the names with permanent vinyl so they stay on the acrylic pieces forever, but make the food icons with removable vinyl, so the guests can take them off after the wedding!
I loved being able to see them all spread out and set up around the tables at the wedding!
Next up is another simple project, but it was perfect for the ladies getting ready on the wedding day!
I made all the Bridesmaids, Flower Girl, Bride, Mother & Grandma of the Bride and Mother of the Groom their own personalized champagne glasses.
The wedding morning is always long for the ladies, with hair and make-up and photos, drinking mimosas with their own personalized champagne glasses was definitely a nice touch!
Not only do these champagne glasses make a super cute gift, but because everyone’s names are on them, everyone knows which glass is theirs!
Since I was a Bridesmaid myself, I don’t have any photos using the glasses, but I cannot wait to get some sneaks from the photographer, and I’ll make sure to update this post to add some cute photos of all the ladies with their glasses when I do so!