20 Cheap And Easy Wedding DIYs Anyone Can Pull Off


1. Something Blue Shoes

I’m getting some serious Cinderella vibes from these heels! Whether you’re going for the fairy tale look or are in desperate need of your “something blue,” this project is for you.

2. Heart-Shaped Programs

Not only are these programs easy to make, but they can also serve as fans for guests, which is especially important if you’re planning an outdoor wedding in the summer heat.

3. Hoop Wreath

Turning an oversized embroidery hoop (or even a hula hoop) into a chic wreath is easier than you may think. These pretty accents would be perfect for anyone looking for a simple backdrop solution.

4. Ombre Votives

Dollar store or IKEA votives become the perfect decorative accent thanks to a bit of spray paint. It doesn’t get much easier than this when it comes to wedding DIYs.

5. Confetti Tubes

Put your shredder to good use and give guests a fun task after your ceremony with a tube of colorful confetti. And for those of you getting married outside, you can easily swap regular paper for eco-friendly seed paper.
Something Turquoise

6. Croquembouche

Who doesn’t love donuts? Better yet, who doesn’t love a tower of donut holes?! Give your dessert table that “wow factor” by DIYing your very own croquembouche made up of a variety of tasty donut flavors.

7. Wedding Banner

Even though this particular banner was for a birthday, it can easily be tweaked to work for any type of event, including a wedding. It’s time to hit the dollar store!

8. String Art Guest Book

A plain canvas becomes a bright and beautiful work of art that can also be used as a guest “book” at your wedding. Prop it up on an easel, provide some paint markers, and you’re good to go.

9. Flour Hearts

Turn a boring cement walkway into a festive, love-filled path by using flour, food coloring, and a simple stencil. Guests will love making their way to your ceremony or reception space as they follow these DIYed hearts.

10. Mr. & Mrs. T-Shirts

These shirts would be great for after the wedding as either pajama tops or honeymoon swag! All you need are some Ts, stencils, fabric paint, and a foam brush.
Everyday Dishes

11. Tassel Garland

Everything’s better when tassels are involved. Add some festive charm to any space with this quick and easy DIY that uses tissue paper, twine, and tape — that’s it!

12. Burlap Table Numbers

Make table hunting a breeze for your guests with this creative idea. Most dollar stores carry small canvases and rolls of burlap, so it isn’t going to cost much to get this project started.

13. Gold Lights

A quick and easy way to add a bit of whimsy to any wedding is to decorate with lights. Even if your venue doesn’t allow you to use candles, white Christmas lights can be just as effective and pretty.

14. Hanging Photo Booth Frame

Two shepherd hooks + a thrifted picture frame = the cutest photo booth ever! I guarantee your guests will LOVE this idea. And the best part? It won’t cost an arm and a leg to pull off.

15. Gold Dipped Balloons

Sometimes, the simplest things can have the biggest impact. Not only are balloons cheap and easy to get your hands on, but glamming them up with a bit of gold leaf paint is a breeze!
Balloon Time

16. Ribbon & Lace Backdrop

Whether you’re in need of a backdrop for your ceremony or a photo booth, this ribbon and lace idea should be your go-to DIY. You don’t need to be an expert crafter to pull it off, and it will look great in all of your photos.

17. Sequin Hangers

Personalized hangers are super trendy right now, but can be expensive depending on where you purchase them from. If you’re looking for something similar that you can easily put together yourself, I’m going to suggest this sequin project.

18. Rustic Vintage Table Numbers

IKEA picture frames, a roll of burlap, and stickers are all you need to make a collection of chic table numbers. I guarantee guests will be asking you where you bought them from!

19. Paper Pom Poms

As long as you don’t mind spending your time cutting, this DIY will be a simple, fun way to add a splash of color and texture to your event space.

20. Glitter Candle Holders

Lastly, if you want a wedding full of glitz and glam, glitter is the way to go. Turn dollar store jars into bold and beautiful candle holders by simply using gold paint and tons of sparkly goodness.