A bride on the honeymoon is a little different.
Not everyone loves getting dressed up for the big day, and many of us are a little unsure of what to wear.
But one thing everyone needs to do to make sure they’re ready for the party is to start looking for their best gift.
Here are some fun crafts that can make your wedding a little more special.
DIY DIY Fun and Crafts for the Bride 1.2K Shares Share Annie and Mark’s wedding was a total success.
They’re excited about getting married again, and even though the day was very busy for them, they decided to go with DIY fun and craft ideas for the wedding.
The couple decided to create a DIY honeymoon wedding theme, so they went with some vintage flowers and beads.
The wedding party, meanwhile, started making their own wedding band and wedding rings, as well as making a wedding bouquet.
“The honeymoon party was such a great idea,” Annie said.
“I thought it would be really fun to make my own wedding ring and wedding band, because I love to wear vintage things.”
The bride’s dress was inspired by the vintage dresses that Annie wore during her honeymoon in Japan.
It was made with vintage fabric and embellished with a rose and a rose bush.
“It was really cute, so I love how it turned out,” Annie told Mashable.
“And I got a really great deal on it.”
For more DIY wedding ideas, check out the DIY wedding page on Pinterest.
Crafts to Get the Bride Inspired to Have a Great Wedding at HomeThe bride’s wedding day was the busiest for the couple, but they weren’t worried about it.
“We didn’t think about any of that,” Annie shared.
“All we were really worried about was that we had to make our wedding party happy.”
So they started crafting a party themed to the theme, and the party was a hit.
“Everything was made by hand, and I think the bride and groom loved it so much that they were so excited to go on their honeymoon again,” Annie recalled.
“They had such a fun time!”
A couple of the items in the wedding party are designed to look as if they were brought from a vintage store, like a wedding dress from the late 1930s.
But they were made by people who had to get their hands dirty, because they needed a lot of supplies.
“When we were making the decorations, we had a whole bunch of supplies,” Annie explained.
“But they were really nice, so we were happy to get them.”
The couple also used the leftover honey to decorate a custom honeymoon ring, and they added an embroidered ribbon for the bride’s veil.
“To me, it was so beautiful that it was made from the same material as the rings,” Annie continued.
“A couple of pieces of silk, with a ribbon, it just made me feel so beautiful.
The bride loved it.”
This wedding party was also inspired by a classic holiday, with lots of flowers and colorful decorations.
“One of the most beautiful things that I was able to make was the little snowflake,” Annie remarked.
“There was a really cute little snowman, and it was just so beautiful, that it really made me happy.”
And that was just the beginning.
They created a floral bouquet for the reception, which is designed to be both festive and romantic.
“So we made a wedding party flower bed and a wedding flowers bed,” Annie added.
“These were the flowers that we used for our reception.”
They used a few old-fashioned and vintage decorations, including a white tablecloth from their honeymaker’s closet.
“This tablecloth, it had an old-style tablecloth woven with white linen,” Annie pointed out.
“If you have a tablecloth like that, you can get the best of both worlds.”
They also used old-school, hand-carved decorations to make a custom wedding cake.
“In this cake, we used old white paper,” Annie revealed.
“With the white paper, you get the sparkly colors and the sparkle.”
They even used a piece of white paper to make the cake itself.
“You could make it a little bit bigger and make it more traditional,” Annie exclaimed.
“Or you could use a bit more vintage, because it’s a very traditional cake.”
The wedding cake was decorated with some of the honey in the honeycomb, as a kind of wedding theme.
“That was the most fun I’ve had at a wedding,” Annie quipped.
“My whole heart was in the cake!”
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