DIY Rustic Wedding Table Decor Ideas

DIY wedding ideas are usually appealing to brides who enjoy saving some money or adding a few personalised touches to their wedding. While it’s the wedding season, we decided to share some of our DIY wedding decor tips with all our lovely brides.

Winter weddings can be one of the most romantic weddings. The candlelit and rustic vibes can really create a relaxed and laidback atmosphere for your guests. A lot of brides often have an idea of how they want their wedding decorated. The question, however, is how do you create a rustic winter wedding? Continue reading to find out how to create a rustic winter wedding table decor using our favourite high street craft store; HobbyCraft

What you need to get started:

  • Wire Cutter
  • Tealights x 2
  • Lighter
  • Wooden Slice 20cm
  • Antique Champagne Speckle Hurrican Vase
  • 2 Glass Vases of different shapes 
  • Antique Speckle Tea Light Holder
  • Wooden Tea Light Holder
  • Table Number 
  • Faux Cream Gypsophilia Bundle 28cm
  • Lilac Foam Berry Bush 5 pieces
  • Faux Eucalyptus Spray 78cm
  • Cream Lace Flowers 36cm
  • Faux Asparagus Bush 50cm

How to achieve this look:

To achieve this look just follow the steps on our quick and simple Youtube DIY tutorial below. This DIY winter table decor isn’t only limited to wedding decor. You can use it as a dinner party centrepiece too. How beautiful would this setting look on your dinner table when you’ve got some guests over. All you need to do is remove the table number and replace it with name place cards instead. That might just be another idea for a DIY blog post, right?

Click the video tutorial below to follow our step by step guide to achieve this simple yet showstopping table decor idea. Don’t forget to subscribe to this channel for more DIY content and leave a comment if you liked this DIY.

Disclaimer: The products in this blog post have been sponsored by Hobbycraft UK. This DIY blog post is sponsored but does not contain paid partnership. All opinions are mine and only to be taken as inspiration.