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Y'all know how much I love my Cricut Explore Air! I've only had mine for less than a year and I've already created countless projects with it – both for sharing here on the blog and just for personal projects around my home! Its capabilities and uses are practically endless, thanks to the various functions it performs and the variety of materials you can use it to cut! I get a good amount of questions about the Cricut Explore, so I thought I'd share some insight here with you today, as well as an AWESOME roundup of wedding related projects you can make with this incredible machine.
What different kinds of DIY projects can I make with the Cricut?
As I mentioned, the possibilities are endless with the Cricut Explore Air! You can use it to make just about anything you could imagine for your wedding day. Think paper goods like your save the dates, wedding invitations, envelope liners, thank you cards, menus, programs, and so much more! Then there are other paper projects like paper flowers, confetti, garlands and other decor items. But the Cricut can cut far more than just paper! It also cuts materials like vinyl, leather, craft foam, iron-on, foil, and so much more! You can use these materials and Cricut's cutting abilities to personalize all sorts of different aspects for your big day!
To demonstrate some of the incredible projects you can create using the Cricut, I've rounded up 25 of my favorite wedding projects using the Cricut Explore Air! Check them out below!
Ceremony Projects with Cricut Explore Air
This Cricut tutorial actually shows you how to make paper flowers that you can use to make a wedding bouquet! Great for your wedding, rehearsal, or even a shower. You could also use the paper flowers as decor for your event as well! Love this project!
This is another fabulous paper bouquet tutorial that's worth checking out. I love how just using different colored paper can really transform and give your project a different look! That makes these Cricut projects super simple to customize for your big day color scheme.
via Polka Dot Bride
Looking for creative signage for your wedding ceremony? How about creating a faux etched mirror design like this one from Polka Dot Bride? By using Cricut Frosted Window Cling, you'll get the look of etched glass, and can easily remove it after the big day to continue to use the mirror in your home!
Want a chic and crafted way to carry your wedding vows to the altar with you? You should definitely check out these gorgeous wedding vow notebooks/envelopes! There's a version for both the bride and the groom, and will ensure you're not standing at the altar with some tattered notebook paper!
Looking for another signage idea that could easily be repurposed into your home after the big day? We love this rustic sign using Cricut Vinyl, and it couldn't be simpler!
Want to give your guests something to dry their happy tears during your touching wedding ceremony? Check out these darling mini tissue boxes! They would look adorable placed on the chairs in your ceremony venue and your guests are sure to appreciate them.
Reception Projects with Cricut Explore Air
This project we created features a few different options for table numbers, using acrylic photo frames to house your Cricut creations!
I love these creative Table Numbers featuring glassine paper for a see-through chic look. I especially love how the different paper used can really transform and customize the look. This project is super easy to create and also to personalize to your wedding day theme or color scheme.
I especially love this table number project because it features a unique material that your Cricut can cut– leather! I just love the texture and detail that these table numbers have. Such a creative way to use the Cricut!
via Salty Canary
Y'all already know I'm a huge fan of upcycling for your wedding decor, so I adore these DIY table numbers that incorporate glass bottles. You can easily collect glass bottles and cans over time, or even raid your local recycling facility to gather a unique variety of items to use. Just apply Cricut Vinyl to your bottles or jars and voila! Budget Savvy Centerpieces!
via Lia Griffith
This creative DIY backdrop features mixed materials along with custom cut and scored paper feathers using the Cricut Explore! I just love the mix of colors and textures — this would be such a fun backdrop for a photobooth at a Boho themed wedding, don't you think?
You may remember these fun DIY photo booth props that Jen from Something Turquoise and I created together! Aren't they so cute? A photo booth is ALWAYS more fun with props, don't you think?
via Lia Griffith
If you're looking for some simple DIY decor for your wedding, we are loving this boxwood garland! It makes a super chic addition to a cake, but you could also hang it against a wall as a photo booth backdrop or as decoration on your chairs!
via A Coastal Bride
Marble is majorly trending in all aspects of design, and I absolutely love it for weddings! These chic marble coasters make a lovely favor, and can also double as escort cards for your wedding reception. So glam!
I loved creating this project that uses the Cricut Explore to hand-write your place cards for you! So simple to customize to the font of your choice, including creating calligraphy-style writing for your place cards. I'd call that budget savvy!
Looking for a unique detail to add to your place settings? Check out these DIY leather utensil pouches to place on your guests' plates! I love the leather texture and you could easily customize these with your monograms or even add your guests' names to them to double as place cards!
via Lia Griffith
I love these sweet and simple chair signs that you can easily make using your Cricut Explore! Just download the SVG files and import them into design space to create them!
Wedding Gift Projects using Cricut Explore Air
via Lydia Out Loud
If you're looking for a great way to thank your guests for joining you on your wedding weekend, consider creating these darling DIY welcome bags! This project has a group of adorable DIYs you can make using your Cricut Explore.
via Hey Wedding Lady
Looking for a simple engagement gift to give your newly engaged or married bestie? How about these super simple DIY Mr and Mrs mugs using Cricut Glitter Vinyl.
Honeymoon Projects using Cricut Explore Air
Want to let everyone know you just got hitched? Add a personalized decal to your beach tote –– it just might get you some special treatment!
Add some extra flair to your passport cover while you travel for your honeymoon, using this cute and simple project and the Cricut Explore!
Other Wedding Cricut Projects
Use your Cricut Explore to add flair to the bottom of your wedding shoes with personalized stickers! Add things like “I do!” or your initials, wedding date, etc. So fun!
Add some extra personalization to your save the dates or wedding invitations by adding photo envelope liners! Use your Cricut Explore to custom cut photos to insert into your envelopes – super simple!
via Hey Wedding Lady
This post features serveral different wedding projects featuring Cricut Vinyl, such as menus, wine glasses, coasters, save the dates and more!
via Lia Griffith
Looking for a cute garland or sign to use for a wedding photo booth or even for cards after the big day? Check out this darling whimsical banner sign!
What do you think? See something you like? There truly are endless possibilities for projects using the Cricut Explore Air. Imagine all the things you could create yourself for your big day!
Which one is your favorite? Sound off in the comments below!
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Cricut. The opinions and text are all mine.