Geometric Wedding DIY Roundup

I say this all the time, but HOW is time going so fast? I could swear I’ve done loads of these DIY roundups this year, but when I looked at the archives, it turned out not so much. Eish. Anyway, I’m excited to bring you this one, because geometrics have become such a key trend in weddings this year. (Psst, look out for tomorrow’s wedding for a gorgeous example.) And of course, it’s not just a trend in weddings, but in fashion and interiors too, which is a bonus because some of the clever DIYs that internet creatives have come up with are absolutely perfect for quirky wedding details. I’ve rounded up fifteen of my faves for you today.

1. Here’s a clever budget way to create gold geometric centrepieces, using drinking straws! Clever. Via Homemade Ginger

2. Don’t forget cocktail hour! These pretty faceted cocktail stirrers put the happy in ‘happy hour’. Via Confetti Pop
3. These little paper shapes were created as a mother’s day gift, but I think they’d be adorable as little favour boxes or geometric place name markers at each setting (pop the guest’s name on a curl of paper as above). Via Kristi Murphy

4. This modern geometric backdrop would make a brilliant photobooth backdrop, or focal point on one wall at the reception. Via Project Wedding (pic by Jennifer Kirk of Ambrosia Creative)
5. What’s more fun than a pinata? A fringed ombre geometric pinata! Obvs. Buy them from Prospect Goods or DIY them via Two Little Owls in Love (pic by Prospect Goods, DIY by Reveiller)

6. Add a little industrial touch to your geo with cement planters/vases. Via Green Wedding Shoes (DIY by Katie Pritchard)

7. I do love me a garland, and this pastel geometric garland is no exception. The tutorial includes printables. Via Urban Outfitters (pic & DIY by Blow Up!)
8. Another great option for candles – this time a faceted clay tealight holder. Via Gathering Beauty

9. Whether it’s place cards or table numbers you couch in these triangle holders, they’ll add a simple & chic touch to your tables. Via Ruffled

10. Style up your groom’s lapel with a geometric boutonniere – an easy and fun paper & flowers DIY. Via Green Wedding Shoes (pic by Catalina Jean Photography, DIY by The Study, boutonniere by Blum Floral Design)
11. These quick, easy metallic geometric planter covers are a great way of prettying up plain vases and candle holders for your tables. Via Curbly (pic & DIY by Brittni Mehlhoff)

12. Colourful geometric candles are a surprisingly easy and adorable addition to you decor – I love the pastel shades (also right on trend!). This DIY includes templates. Via How Did You Make This?

13. These geometric wooden bead necklaces would be a perfect gift/wed day accessory for your bridesmaids – and you can customise to match their dresses and wedding colours. Via Krafty Kath
14. Modern geometric table numbers are a fun touch – customise this DIY to suit your style or colours. Via Broke-Ass Bride (pic & DIY by Winston & Main)

15. You can’t not love this fun geometric 3D table runner – use it on the main table for great visual impact, or throughout the reception combined with succulents if you’re looking for a flower alternative. Via Ruffled (pic by Lauren Fair Photography, DIY by Sarah Park)

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