As you can see by perusing this site, I am huge into DIY. It is a fantastic way to save money on your wedding. However, that doesn’t have to mean you are required to stay up late every night for a year, giving yourself huge finger blisters from endless cutting. Instead, I highly recommend checking out a Cricut Machine, which is an electronic cutting machine on steroids.
I’ve put together several awesome Cricut Explore Air wedding projects, that I will be featuring today in this round-up. I have also included a couple of my favorites from other blogs. And if you’re still on the look-out for more projects, I have 20+ other options for you here.
Without further adieu, check out these Cricut Explore Air wedding projects……
I created a set of adorable sticker designs that you can create using the Cricut Explore Air — there are stickers for everything you need reminders for along the way of your wedding plans — so amazing right? Just look at how stinking cute they are?! And so easy!
I’ve designed these darling little gift boxes that are perfect for placing a gift inside for your bridesmaids. I love that by using the Print and Cut feature of the Cricut, I can literally personalize any detail of my project using my design skills. Best of all, you don’t need to be a professional to get fabulous results with the Cricut. Their design space software gives you so many tools and projects to create right at your fingertips!
While doing some browsing recently, I got so excited by these gorgeous Acrylic Frames I found at Crate & Barrel that I knew I had to use them for a project. Y’all know I love to make wedding day projects that double as wedding decor and home decor, and today’s project is a perfect example! I got so swept up in all the possibilities for using these gorgeous clear acrylic floating frames for table numbers, that I decided to do three different options for you! So pick the one that tickles your fancy.
I love this Glitter Monogram Pillow project because it was SO simple. You could easily create these pillows as gifts for your loved ones, family and friends, or even for hostess gifts for your bridal shower hostesses! Heck, you could even make custom pillows to use around your reception space on your wedding day! Cricut has such a wide variety of supplies in different colors and styles so you can truly make a custom, one-of-a-kind project!
For this project, I decided to push my Cricut to its fullest potential by creating a project that shows off the features of Print + Cut, Scoring, AND writing with a pen! The end result is a simple but chic place card that is customizable for any wedding theme.
Check out this simple DIY to personalize a simple gift box for a bridesmaids proposal using my favorite crafting tool, the Cricut Explore Air! I’ve made this whole process super easy. All you need is your Cricut Explore Air, gift box, items to put inside, the Cricut Cut File I designed, and the vinyl of your choice (I used the new holographic vinyl and I am obsessed!).
I wanted to create some cute stickers that would turn a simple Hershey Kisses into a custom favor! I’ve seen Hershey Kisses with custom printed message stickers being sold online for wedding favors, but with the Cricut Explore Air and the project files, you can totally do this yourself! Alternatively, check out these Valentine’s Day themed Kiss Stickers.
Here’s a great tutorial on how to easily make your own photo booth stick props! I designed two sets of files that you can download completely for FREE to use to make photobooth stick props! One set allows you to print and cut them out yourself, and the other is made for you to upload and cut them out using a Cricut Explore Air!
My friend Jen over at Something Turquoise designed these adorable, DIY Mini Wedding Tissue Boxes. Using her free print + cut files, you can whip up these mini-cuties up in less than 5 minutes. The best part is that her printable file is 100% customizable so you can edit it to match the exact color palette of your special day!
Crystal at Hello Creative Family decided to create a beautiful paper bouquet with her Cricut Explore Air that would be a statement piece. She wanted to make a bouquet that would be a fraction of the price of a regular wedding bouquet, but that would look so beautiful and intricate that everyone would be talking about how lovely it was. Be sure to check out her tutorial.
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Editor’s note: Due to the pandemic, some of the general wedding planning advice we share may not be applicable or possible due to restrictions on events. Please adhere to all current regulations and stay safe and healthy! Get more pandemic wedding resources here.