If you’re the kind of person who is independent and love creating things with your own hands, then you might find this interesting. There are numerous ways in which you can DIY or rather Do It Yourself, be it from the way you put covers on your books to the way you make your own DIY cards, which might lead to the making the cards and other vital elements for your wedding. DIY is such a great thing, and so easy if you get the hang of it and know how to make life simpler.
When it comes to your wedding, there are many things involved in it, and also a lot of wedding stationery. It starts with the likes of a wedding invitation, or even a save-the-date card, and then involves the wedding invitations package which should include the likes of the direction and accommodation card, the reply card and on the day of the event; there are the service cards, the table number and placement cards and so much more. There are a lot of things to take care of, but if you find those easy ways of making it yourself, your DIY stationary will be a breeze.
As we have mentioned on how you should do up your DIY wedding invitations in the past, let’s move on to those items that are not frequently talked about, such as the likes of the save-the-date cards, and other wedding stationery. When you are doing up your own DIY stationery for the wedding, you’ll need inspiration, and the right tools. First of all, research into what you want to do. If you want to stick to the norms of using paper as your base for all the DIY stationery, then perfect, because there are many options for your there. You can look around for templates to use, those with ornate edges from the Victorian era or patterns such as that of damask, to blend in to the background, or also look around for inspirations. For table number, you could put to use photo frames with a number of table printed with templates that are whimsical. For placement cards, you could do a lot of things, from folded card to a free standing one which is pinned to a flower, there are so many things you can do with your DIY stationery.
But that’s not all; you need not stick to paper and the basics. You can so many resources such as veneer or paper-backed wood which have a ‘woody’ look, or recycled paper, the options are endless. Start researching, there’s a whole world of DIY stationery to be discovered.