Nautical Wedding DIY Roundup

It’s actually hilarious that I love nautical style as much as I do, considering the complete lack of sailing skills that I have. Seriously, if I ever gave it a try, I’d probably get smacked with the boom before I even figured out which side was starboard. Even so, nautical wedding details never fail to raise an excited “ooh!” from me – they’re just so preppy and punchy, and the perfect combination of contemporary, vintage and rustic. You all clearly feel the same, since our roundup of nautical wedding details is still one of SBB’s most popular posts. So today I thought I would round up some of the seriously ship-shape DIYs that are sailing about the internet. Awesome, ahoy! (Yes, I’ll stop now.)

1. Sailor knot napkin rings or escort card details via Project Wedding

2. Cupcake flagpole via Bayside Bride
3. Nautical coasters via Making Home Base

4. DIY rope vases – love the variety in these, especially the ombre one! Via SMP Living

5. Nautical rope boutonnieres via Something Turquoise

6. Square knot bracelets make an adorable bridesmaid accessory, or a favour for the ladies. Via Things We Do
7. DIY nautical rope vases for your tables via Bayside Bride

8. Sailboat garland – love the idea of having these hanging around a venue instead of paper cranes, or you could place one origami boat at each place setting. Via Bee-Inspired
9. Sailor’s knot table numbers via Martha Stewart Weddings

10. Personalised life preserver via
11. Save bucks on your stationery with a printable nautical invitation suite (colours customisable) via Wedding Chicks

12. Downloadable code flags – so many uses for this! – via Martha Stewart Weddings
13. HOW CUTE ARE THESE? Life preserver napkin rings via Country Living

14. Rope chair backs, perfect for the bride and grooms’ chairs, via Martha Stewart
15. Rope knot table number holder via Nashville Wedding 101 (Pic via Style Me Pretty)


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