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Creating handmade touches and pretty details for your wedding will give your celebration an extra special touch. But you don't have to be super crafty—or spend lots of money—to get that personalized, blog-worthy look. The following 9 projects not only look awesome, they'll also add something different and unexpected to your big day. Happy crafting!

1. Fruit and cloche centerpieces.

Mix up your table décor by placing citrus fruits on small cake stands and covering them with domes or cloches. This simple touch is both bright and chic.

2. Bottle menus.

Use wine or water bottles to display the menu on each table—that way, as guests pass the libations around, they'll also be able to see what's for dinner. 

3. Table numbers.

Hand paint numbers on old frames, scraps of wood or pieces of acrylic. 

4. Vintage photographs in mason jars.

Give your décor some family flavor by placing old pictures in jars. You can display these among your table flowers to add something different to your centerpieces.

5. Sweet signage.

Repurpose old materials like frames and mirrors into beautiful signage. Write messages using a paint pen or have custom details made. For a more rustic feel, you could use wood pallets. 

6. Hay bale benches.

Mix up your ceremony seating by placing blankets over hay bales.

7. Tied together invitations.

Keep all the pieces of your invitation suite together by tying kitchen twine or ribbon around them in one of your wedding colors.

8. Vintage rugs. 

Visit your local thrift store to source boho inspired rugs to add line your ceremony's aisle. Rugs can also be used for a lounge area. 

9. Candle holder flair.

Give your votives a little something extra by tying some twine, burlap, or fabric around them. You could even use washi tape if you're having more of a modern affair. 
Natasha Burton
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Writer living in Santa Barbara, CA.
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