30 Amazing Wedding Projects using the Cricut Explore Air!
Looking for ways to personalize your wedding day without costing a fortune? Try out one (or more!) of these creative wedding projects using the Cricut Cutting Machine!
Y’all know how much we love the Cricut Explore Air! Its capabilities and uses are practically endless, thanks to the various functions it performs and the variety of materials you can use to cut!
We get a good amount of questions about the Cricut Explore, so we thought we’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.
DIY 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, we highly recommend considering a Cricut Machine.
What different kinds of DIY projects can I make with the Cricut machine?
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!
Pre-Wedding Projects with Cricut Explore Air
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!
Wedding Planning Stickers
We 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!
Bridesmaids Proposal Jewelry Boxes
We’ve designed these darling little gift boxes that are perfect for placing a gift inside for your bridesmaids. We love that by using the Print and Cut feature of the Cricut! 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!
DIY Bridesmaids Proposal Boxes
Check out this simple DIY to personalize a simple gift box for a bridesmaids proposal using our favorite crafting tool, the Cricut Explore Air! We’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 we designed, and the vinyl of your choice (We used the new holographic vinyl, and we are obsessed!).
Customized Hershey Kiss Favor Stickers
We wanted to create some cute stickers that would turn a simple Hershey Kisses into a custom favor! We’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.
Ceremony Projects with Cricut Explore Air
Check out these creative wedding ceremony projects you can craft using a Cricut cutting machine!
Cricut paper flower wedding bouquet
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!
Cricut paper rosette wedding bouquet
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.
Cricut vinyl DIY mirror wedding sign
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!
DIY wedding vow cards with Cricut
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!
DIY Tissue box with Cricut
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
Check out these creative wedding reception projects you can craft using a Cricut cutting machine!
DIY acrylic frame table numbers
This project we created features a few different options for table numbers, using acrylic photo frames to house your Cricut creations!
Cricut transparent table numbers
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.
Cricut leather wedding table numbers
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!
Personalized wedding table numbers with 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!
DIY paper feather photo booth backdrop
via Lia Griffith
This creative DIY backdrop features mixed materials and 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 photo booth at a Boho-themed wedding, don’t you think?
Photo booth props with Cricut
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?
DIY Cricut wedding cake topper
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!
Personalized marble place card coasters with Cricut
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!
Custom written place cards with Cricut
Leather tablewear pouches with Cricut
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!
Custom Mr. and Mrs. Chair Signs with Cricut
We 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!
Wedding Gift Projects using Cricut Explore Air
Check out these creative DIY gifts you can craft using a Cricut cutting machine!
Honeymoon Projects using Cricut Explore Air
Check out these creative honeymoon projects you can craft using a Cricut cutting machine!
Customized tote bag with Cricut vinyl
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!
Personalized passport cover with Cricut
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
Check out these creative wedding projects you can craft using a Cricut cutting machine!
Custom wedding envelope liners with Cricut
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!
Custom barware decals
via Hey Wedding Lady
This post features several different wedding projects featuring Cricut Vinyl, such as menus, wine glasses, coasters, save the dates, and more!
Just married sign with Cricut
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?
Looking for more Cricut wedding projects? Check out these posts:
- DIY Wedding Cards with Cricut Joy!
- Paper Wedding Decor Templates & Cricut Cut Files
- 30 Amazing Wedding Projects using the Cricut
- The Best Cricut Machine for Wedding Projects
- Perfectly Written Wedding Place Cards with Cricut
- Glitter Monogram Pillow using the Cricut
- Acrylic Frame Table Numbers, Three Ways with Cricut