The DIY Wedding trend has increased over the years. According to weddingstats.org, the average cost of a wedding in 2020 can be over $40,000 depending on where you live. So it’s no surprise that with the help of some new technology, like the Cricut, and a hot glue gun, savvy couples are now turning to easy Cricut Wedding Projects to save money.
We’ve all done some arts and crafts in our day, or know someone who has, so why not create some special touches for your own wedding. If you decide you want to get creative, I do advise you to give yourself enough time to complete projects so that you are not stressed at the last minute. This could also be a great bonding experience with your bridal party, but make sure to make it fun and not select things that are beyond your skill level. There are some things you should definitely not try to DIY for the first time when planning your wedding.
What to DIY and What NOT TO
The projects you decide to make can be as simple or as intricate as you decide. However, I encourage you to be realistic and always have a Plan B prepared just in case. This is not the time to start chopping wood for your rustic wedding or start watching YouTube to bake your 5-tiered wedding cake. Now if you or your fiance are carpenters or chefs then by all means go for it.
Make sure to weigh the cost savings for each of your projects; include your time because time is money. So make sure each project is worth DIYing because before you know it you may have blown half of your budget on your DIY endeavors and have nothing to show for it but some splinters and a lopsided cake. So, we are talking about special touches that will make an impact with your guests at a reasonable cost.
6 Easy Cricut Wedding Projects
There are so many great DIY projects that are easy and affordable to make. I’ve selected a few here to show you how you can add special touches in a short amount of time without a lot of expense.
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Favor Gift Box
Guest Name Cards
Mr. & Mrs. Chair Sign
Photo Area Sign
These are just some simple projects that can add just the right amount of personal touches for the beginner DIYer and Cricut user. Remember, planning your wedding can sometimes be stressful so don’t overwhelm yourself with wanting to do too much if you don’t have the time. This time should be joyous and exciting so that you can have great memories of your entire process. Enjoy creating your Easy Cricut Wedding Projects.
As always, please feel free to comment below or ask any questions. Remember, life is too short, Do What You Love and Love What You Do.