2 Dreamy Wedding DIYs from Style Me Pretty

AUG 11, 2017 updated May 28, 2021

Whether they’re showing how to properly address an invitation or helping you find the venue of your dreams, the team at Style Me Pretty are truly the experts when it comes to your big day. So, when they got their hands on some of the stunning designs from the Spoonflower Marketplace to dream up two do-it-yourself projects, we knew we’d be in a DIY wedding wonderland. In a two-part series, see how they made bridesmaid robes in 9 easy steps and then take your seat with fabric escort cards that are sure to wow your guests. 

Craft up your perfect wedding with two DIY projects from Style Me Pretty!


DIY Bridesmaid Robes

The search for the perfect bridesmaid gift is over! 100% customizable and a guaranteed way to win “Bride of the Year,” handmade Poly Crepe de Chine robes are just what you need to show your appreciation for the ladies standing by your side. Did we mention they can be made in just nine easy steps?

Designs by dinaramay and vo_aka_virginiao
For a delicate and translucent look, create your robes with ChiffonAbstract – blue period by vo_aka_virginiao

 

A Spoonflower collection filled with one-of-a-kind Marketplace designs (or your custom ones!) will help you coordinate your fabric choices in an organized way. See which designs Style Me Pretty fell in love with.

Fabric Escort Cards 

Make a statement with fabric escort cards that are simple to make (no-sew!) while still adding a punch of personality to your venue decor. Using just a $5 fabric swatch of Cotton Poplin Ultra for each table, you can impress your guests with your crafting skills without breaking the bank.

Cotton Poplin Ultra takes center stage in this easy-to-make escort card display
Watercolor Polka Dots by dinaramay

Ready to DIY your big day? Be sure to share your wedding projects with #spoonflower and don’t forget to review the 8 tips every DIY bride should know when planning a wedding!


Photography by Ruth Eileen

 

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