Tassel garland is totally hot right now. You could shell out for this shiny goodness, or, if you have some time, try your hand at our DIY take on the trend. Get step-by-step instructions.
Creative Table Runners
Who says you need layers of pricey rental linens on your wedding reception tables? Stylist Manvi Drona-Hidalgo created this thrifty table runner from a leftover sheet of wallpaper.
Have fun with faux facial hair! These mustache drink toppers are sure to make your guests smile while they sip your signature drinks. Get step-by-step instructions.
Photo Booth, Backdrop and Props
Your guests got all dolled-up, so let them have their own photo op. This DIY photo booth will save you a bundle, no rentals required. (Don't forget the silly props! We've got templates for those, too.) Get step-by-step instructions.
Vintage-Look Table Numbers
You could buy table number displays, but why bust your wedding budget when these vintage-style beauties are so easy to make? Just follow the tutorial and use our free printable numbers. Get step-by-step instructions.
Make even the most simple centerpieces stand out with a little washi tape, like wedding designer Michelle Edgemont did here. Select tape with pretty patterns and colors that match your wedding palette, then adorn bottles, votive candles, menus — anything that needs a jolt of style.
Flags are special accents for your drinks, but they also make cute place cards. Add them to tiny bowls of fruit for a summer wedding, or stick them in mini cupcakes or donuts for an extra-sweet surprise.
A breezy bunting in your wedding colors can tie everything together at an outdoor or garden reception. Just print our template, assemble and hang from nearby structures or two poles staked into the ground. Download the templates.
These tissue paper pom-poms are inexpensive, but look impressive when hanging in groups from chandeliers or the ceiling. Get step-by-step instructions.
Small chalkboard signs are perfect for menus, table numbers or welcome greetings. This sign was a flea-market mirror that painter (and avid do-it-yourselfer) Kristen Fountain Davis painted and refitted with wood.