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Today's tutorial is another option for creating easy and customized wedding decor!  If you're looking for a simple way to display your initials or wedding date at your wedding, this project is perfect for you!These wedding wreaths cost under $10 to make and are a great way to display your monogram or wed... read more

Today’s tutorial is another option for creating easy and customized wedding decor!  If you’re looking for a simple way to display your initials or wedding date at your wedding, this project is perfect for you!

These wedding wreaths cost under $10 to make and are a great way to display your monogram or wedding date!

DIY Wedding Wreath
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Materials
Willow Wreaths ($1 each at local dollar store)
Foam Letters/Numbers
Yarn
Scrap Cardboard (recycled tissue or cereal box would work)
Hot Glue Gun & Glue

Bride & Groom Initials
Step 1: Trace your letters onto your cardboard.  I found foam letters and numbers at the dollar store and decided to use them as stencils.

DIY Wedding Wreath
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Step 2: Cut out your letters.

DIY Wedding Wreath
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Step 3: Wrap the yarn around the cut out letters using hot glue to hold in place.  I also wrapped a small section of the wreath as well (you may even want to wrap the whole wreath with yarn for more color).

DIY Wedding Wreath
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Step 4: Once you’ve wrapped everything, simply glue your letters onto the wreath with hot glue and you’re done!

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You could also use numbers instead to make a wreath that displays your wedding date.

DIY Wedding Wreath
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What did I tell you?  Very simple, but a cute way to add a touch of customization to your wedding day! The great thing about this project is that it can be hung in your home after the wedding is over.


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