Say ‘I Do’ to a DIY Wedding!

AUG 7, 2015 updated Apr 26, 2021

We just love weddings around here, and we're always excited to see the personalized touches that folks incorporate with a little custom printing! Have you used fabric or paper to personalize your big event, or do you just love to dream up wedding ideas for fun? If so, share your project ideas in the Wedding Contest over at Instructables! We're offering the best use of paper or fabric for a wedding idea $300 worth of Spoonflower goodness, plus a Spoonflower Welcome pack featuring our new Spoonflower Handbook! Let these lovely projects inspire you, and start planning your dream wedding DIY this weekend!

custom handkerchief mapsPhoto via Brit + Co

Create a handkerchief map ("handkermap") of wedding events to include in invitations, like these by Kelli Anderson, for a fun (and informative!) twist!
  Fabric overlay invitations

Or add texture to traditional invitations with a custom fabric overlay like these by Harry Canary Co.

Custom blanket featuring reasons this bride loves her groom

Let me count the ways…on fabric! Create a one-of-a-kind gift with custom fabric extolling the reasons you love your partner like a custom quilt featured in this backyard wedding via 100 Layer Cake

Custom ties to fit your wedding's theme

Create custom and oh so dapper ties with fabric that fits your theme like these featured on Green Wedding Shoes.

Fabric menu printed for Kate Bosworth's Montana wedding

 Print a large and lovely menu to give guests a taste of what's being served like Kate Bosworth did for her nuptials featured in Martha Stewart Weddings (shared via MountainSide Bride). 

Tell us what you'd make for your dream wedding in the comments! Don't forget also to head over to Instructables for full contest details, and to submit your amazing project for the Wedding Contest. It's an amazing chance to win $300 worth of free Spoonflower fabric and paper!



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