Pantone Color of the Year: Marsala Wedding Ideas


Hello lovelies! I just wanted to wrap up our awesome DIY series for January with this post that shares links to each previous project. Each Monday this month we’ve shared a DIY tutorial to show you how to make simple, affordable DIY projects for your wedding — all featuring the Pantone color of the Year: Marsala! Check out each of the projects from our Marsala wedding ideas series below. The links with each project image will take you to the individual post that tells you how to create that particular project.

DIY Projects | Marsala Wedding Ideas

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DIY Geometric Paper Backdrop Tutorial

This simple and inexpensive backdrop project can be easily customized to coordinate with your wedding by choosing the perfect colors and shapes. Paper, string and tape? TOTALLY budget-friendly.

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Glitter Magnet Escort Cards

This DIY is super fun and can be made for any number of occasions. We love the glitter texture — it makes the glitter magnets so festive and fun!

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Freezer Jam Wedding Favors

This simple recipe is easy to make ahead of time and save for later. A tasty and inexpensive treat to share with your wedding guests!

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Confetti Cones and Eco-friendly Confetti

This simple DIY is made with eco-friendly seed paper! A great way to be “green” while partaking in the festive act of throwing confetti at a wedding exit!

Which project was your fave? Have you attempted any of these projects yourself or do you plan to? We’d love to know!!

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We really hope you’ve enjoyed this DIY series!

(C)Alexis June Weddings, 2014 // The Budget Savvy Bride, DIY

Are you having a DIY dilmema? Have a project you want us to try to tackle? Let us know in the comments!

Happy Crafting!


Special Thanks to Brandi Webb of Alexis June Weddings for the beautiful photos in this series of posts.

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

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