February 28, 2017 • Contributor: Jen Causey from Something Turquoise
Well, hello there! My name is Jen Causey and I’m the turquoise-crazed owner and maker of Something Turquoise, a wedding blog that celebrates the DIY bride. I share different types of do-it-yourself tutorials on my blog including custom projects to make with your Cricut, that are all focused around weddings and wedding events. I’m super excited to share that each month I’ll be guest blogging here, sharing some type of fun and creative wedding inspiration with you. First up, it’s all about banners! Banners of all shapes and sizes are now an iconic part of party decor, especially for weddings. So today I’ve rounded-up my 15 favorite Cricut-able banners that would be the perfect decor addition to any of your wedding events!
From creating a custom banner with your soon-to-be wedding date, perfect for snapping photos during your engagement shoot… to creating a decor element for your bridal shower or maybe even an adorable mini-cake topper bunting - the sky is the limit when you use your Cricut!
So many reasons to make a custom decor banner:
- Engagement Party
- Engagement Shoot
- Bridal Shower
- Bridesmaid Craft Night
- Bachelorette Party
- Rehearsal Dinner
- Wedding Decor
- Wedding Portrait Props
- Post-Wedding Brunch
Wedding Dress Bunting Banner
This is my latest Cricut wedding project! Use one of our custom SVG dress files to create an adorable decor banner for your bridal shower or bachelorette party! Stop by my blog post to get the how-to and the free files!
Detailed LOVE Banner
Photo Credit: Lia Griffith
Lace Pennant Banner
This lovely lace pennant banner is the perfect decor element for a rustic chic event. Hang on your cake table, in front of your head table or anywhere your heart desires! Make this project in Design Space now!
Floral LOVE Banner
Photo Credit: Natalie Malan
Mr & Mrs Banner
Photo Credit: idieh design
Tiny Hearts Banner
Photo Credit: Damask Love
OMG. Not only do you get the cutest bunting packed full of the tiniest little cut-out hearts, but then all those cut-out hearts double as confetti! Now that’s a crafting win! Make this banner by Damask Love in Design Space now!
Papel Picado Banner
Photo Credit: Green Wedding Shoes
This super sweet papel picado banner would be a terrific fit for your fiesta themed wedding event! Maybe a spring bridal shower in a garden with margaritas? Yes! Visit Green Wedding Shoes to make this banner now!
Classic Congrats Banner
Photo Credit: TomKat Studio
Getting Hitched Banner
This sweet banner combines a few different shapes and sizes to create a unique look. Personalize with your event colors and maybe even cut out a saying to put on top of the larger bunting pieces! Make this banner by Dezi Moss in Design Space now!
Party’s Here Banner
Photo Credit: Michelle Edgemont
Hooray Hexagon Banner
This banner combines paper and metallic vinyl to make a crafty-chic statement. I think you should cut lots and lots of hexagons and string them all over your event! Make this adorable banner by Anna Rose in Design Space now!
Forever Fabric Banner
Turn simple supplies like canvas fabric and black iron-on into this lovely forever banner! Use ribbon in the color of your event to personalize… this would be darling in engagement photos! Make this banner in Design Space now!
Just Married Banner
Ok, ok, so this banner might not be a “bunting” style banner, but I just love it! Hold it in your photos as a prop or put it on the back of your getaway car! Just so sweet! Make this banner in Design Space now!
In-Depth How To Make Your Own Banners
Photo Credit: Keys To Inspiration
Just in case you might be thinking, yeah, these are all really cute but I want to make my own banner from scratch, Christene from Keys To Inspiration has an amazing tutorial that will walk you through each and every step of making an adorable, custom bunting banner!
Now that you’ve reached the end of this list, I hope you’re feeling inspired! Don’t forget to share your projects with us – just use the hashtag #MyCricutStory and tell us what you're making in the comments below! Also, if you make one of my custom Something Turquoise projects, share it with our team using #somethingturquoisediy!