Wedding season is just around the corner and it’s highly likely, you’re either planning for your big day or you know someone who is. Just one quick search on Pinterest and you’ll see just how creative you can get! From succulents to tulle, Darice has everything you need to customize your wedding. Here’s an easy DIY wedding card holder you can make in just minutes. It’s a useful item that can be enjoyed for years after your wedding day!
- Darice Wish Bank
- Cutting Machine
- “All Because Two People” Free File (PDF)
- “All Because Two People” Free File (SVG)
This DIY wedding card holder project is super easy you almost don’t even need a tutorial! To begin, print and trim a picture of the happy couple. I just used the Wish Bank insert card to make sure it was perfectly sized. Add to the back of the frame and close.
One of the great things about making your own wedding decorations is that you’re able to customize it to fit your personal style and preferences. I went with a gold metallic foil vinyl for this project but there are literally thousands of vinyl options for you to choose from.
Such an easy way to make a beautiful DIY wedding card holder, right? I love that there’s already a perfect slot at the top of the frame to insert cards in and that the frame is thick enough to stand on its own.
This DIY wedding card holder box will be the perfect addition to your sign in table. Plus, when everything is done and it’s time to start living your new life together, you can hang this frame to enjoy for many years to come!
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