Skip to main content

DIY Wedding Jewelry

Have some fun with your bridesmaids at your bachelorette party creating this wedding-worthy pieces, or put them together yourself to give as bridesmaids gifts! Pretty, sparkly, and extremely affordable these three DIY jewelry projects are suitable for even the most un-crafty ladies out there.

Blog post, image, and instructions from SheKnows

Girls Get Your Guns!
Glue guns that is! This project couldn’t get any easier, plus you’ll end up with a dazzling hairpiece to show off at the wedding or for everyday wear. All you need is a piece of cloth cut in the shape of your desired design, a hair clip or comb (available at most drug stores or arts & crafts stores), gem stickers (you can find them in craft stores, in the sticker/scrapbook aisle), and some glue. For more instructions and pictures visit SheKnows blog article “DIY jewel-embellishedhair clips.”

Image, blog article, and instructions from In Honor of Design Blog

Sweet & Simple
Another super quick and easy DIY jewelry tutorial we found on In Honor of Design’s blog, requires just 4 supplies” wood furniture buttons available at JoAnns Craft stores for $1.87 per 30 pack, some nail polish, earring flat backs available at Michaels Craft stores $2.99 for 60 pieces, and some super glue. You can paint the wooden buttons as pictured for the Kate Spade look described in IHOD's blog article, or create your own design (in your wedding colors perhaps?) and glue on the studs to complete. Voila: instant style!

DIY Recycled Necklace Head Piece
This project requires a tiny bit more skill as you will be using a needle and invisible thread instead of glue. I had a lot of bling-y necklaces from being a bridesmaid several times and selected two that looked good together. Next, I purchased a spool of silver ribbon for $1 at the Dollar Tree and cut 2 pieces the same length (enough to fit around my head and tie easily into a bow behind). Next I used a needle and thread to first sew one necklace in the middle of one ribbon (making loops around the entire length of the necklace) and then doing the same with the other. Next, I tied the ribbons (with attached necklaces) together in a knot at the end of both necklaces and then tied them around my head for a supper classy look.


Hope you find some inspiration from these fun and easy projects! Love, VW

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Mobile Manicure Services for Your Wedding and Bachelorette Parties

There are several services on a bride’s mind and checklist in the months and days leading up to her wedding. It can get tiring running around to tastings, dress fittings, and other appointments. So why not take advantage of a service that comes to you! Mobile Manicures Ventura is unique in bringing their manicure and pedicure technicians to your wedding or bachelorette party. So sit back, relax, and enjoy the pampering and company of your closet friends! We had the chance to interview JoDee Renteria, owner of Mobile Manicures Ventura . Below you’ll find more information about her company and services.   I started this mobile service more than three years ago because, let's face it, no one is doing it! My business fills the special needs of two groups of people. Number one, Senior Citizens who can no longer get out and about or are bedridden, even in hospital. Number two, Bachelorettes and Wedding parties. The great thing about the latter is I hire a few licensed techni

Wedding Trends that Wont Get Old

  Smaller Guest Lists Let love sweep you off your feet, not a room full of people to greet! After months (or maybe even years!) of planning, you will be surprised at how quickly your wedding day flies by. At the end of it all you will likely feel exhausted. . . and hungry! One way to truly savor the day is to spend it with the people you love the most. So don’t extend an invitation to anyone you feel obligated to or someone who you worry might be offended if left out, or any distant relative you don’t speak to on a regular basis. A smaller guest list will eliminate stress and allow you to spend more time and money entertaining those closest to you. Your wedding day will feel more intimate and warm surrounded by the people who share in your everyday happiness. Live Bands/Entertainment One more trend we love is live entertainment. This doesn’t mean you have to do away with the DJ--an experienced MC can be a great asset to assist with your event schedule,

Small Backyard Wedding on a Budget

Having a backyard wedding isn’t always the cheapest way to go. Even if you keep your guest list on the small side(up to 30 guests), expenses can quickly add up. That said, we’ve come up with a few tips to help you pull off a small stylish backyard wedding on a budget. Warning: a lot of DIY work is required but hey, you’ll get to handle all the details yourself –or at least hand them over to some very devoted friends & family! Don’t get discouraged! Venue costs can be a large part of your wedding budget, so think of the money you’ll save by skipping this all together! Well, sort of. . . wedding venues are designed to host events and they’ve got celebrations down to a tee. They’ve got the experience and expertise of countless events under their belt and a list of professionals they like and trust to get the job done right. Planning and executing your own backyard wedding will require a lot of time and effort, organization, and planning on your part but it can be done. You’ve j