Want to personalize your big day? How about save a little money? Check out these 20 decoupaged wedding crafts for some great inspiration.
When does wedding season start? I’m not really sure – or if “wedding season” is really a thing anymore. But I do get asked about wedding crafts quite often, since a lot of people like to DIY their own weddings.
Mod Podge Wedding Ideas
I decided to put together a collection of ideas for wedding decoupage to help those of you that have inquired! Not only do decoupaged wedding crafts add a personalized touch to your big day, but they can save big bucks as well.
So bust out the Mod Podge and get creative. Take a peek at the 20 ideas below to get inspired. Which of these wedding crafts is your favorite?
These letters would look amazingly perfect on the bride and groom table at the reception.
Collect all of the cards at your wedding in a mini personalized suitcase.
Sheet Music Mason Jars
If you need wedding decor or a centerpiece on a budget – these sheet music mason jars are a win!
Use these awesome Instagram blocks as table decor, place cards or favors.
Save your cake topper in a special shadowbox that you can display on a mantel.
These magnets make the perfect favors – select images that go with your theme.
These would look perfect underneath a long wedding dress – and if you are feeling really bold, make them blue.
Personalize paper lanterns using fabric, paint and Mod Podge.
Mr and Mrs Blocks
You can customize these pretty blocks with any theme – rustic, modern, traditional – they are great table decor.
Learn how to do an inkjet photo transfer with Mod Podge on wood slices! This is perfect for a rustic or vintage wedding.
Don’t keep your wedding cards in a trunk, never to be seen again – make a unique canvas to display them!
These bling-y glasses are perfect for the toast at the reception – use the new Dishwasher Safe formula to make them washable!
Use vintage children books to make interesting escort cards, place cards, or even magnet favors for the guests.
Add a little handmade touch to the wedding party’s attire with fabric scraps, wire and Mod Podge.
This would look great at an engagement party or the reception – great for a photo booth too!
Black and Gold
Heidi spray painted these mason jars for table lanterns, and then added a little sparkle using Mod Podge.
These tinted mason jars make the perfect display for floral centerpieces – add any embellishments that you like.
You can incorporate any images you like into these letters – baby pics, engagement photos and more.
Plain chargers are made beautiful and wedding-like with Mod Podge and glitter.
Use Mod Podge mixed with glitter to decorate small favor bags, giving them an extra special touch.
You can turn any old box into a beautiful wedding keepsake box using gorgeous papers and embellishments.
What are your favorite wedding crafts? I’d love to hear in the comments!