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5 winter wedding crafts

Add a classy, personal touch to your special day with these lovely designs

5 winter wedding crafts

1. Gold wire wreath

A wreath featuring gold wire and flowers is a lovely and modern way to add charm to any wedding. As well as gold wire, you'll need pliers, a glue gun, flowers, either faux or real, and gold glitter ribbon. Using the pliers, bend the gold wire into a wreath frame, then wrap the ribbon around it, securing each end with a bit of glue. Adhere your flowers to the bottom-half of the wreath and hang with pride.

2. Pom-pom hanging

Nothing says fun quite like a pom-pom design! Incorporate these soft makes to add a joyous touch to any wedding. Get twine, a glue gun, a handful of pom-poms, either shop-bought or handmade, in colours that'll suit the theme of your wedding. Glue as many or as little pom-poms to the twine, then hang around your venue, ensuring that guests get plenty of photo opportunities with your design in the background.

3. Ornament place cards

Instead of printing the names of guests onto paper, why not adhere their names to baubles to tie in with the festive season? As well as baubles, either shop-bought or handmade, you'll need cardstock, a calligraphy pen, craft glue, faux snow, ribbon and glitter. Fill a bauble half way with faux snow, then write a guests' name onto cardstock using a calligraphy pen. Cut the paper to size and glue onto the bauble and leave to dry. Tie a piece of ribbon around the bauble and voila! You'll have a make that guests will be in awe of.

4. Rose garland

Real or faux garland covered in roses will add a wintry feel to your décor while still drawing on romanticism. You'll need a Christmas garland, preferably with pine cones, a glue gun, and either real or faux roses in a variety of colours. All you'll need to do is adhere the roses to the garland using a glue gun. If you'd like to go the extra mile, battery-operated fairy lights wrapped around the garland will work a treat, creating a stand-out design

5. Pine cone candle jar

A jar decorated with pine cones make for a magical addition to any wedding venue. Simply source mason jars, LED lights, 2 pine cones, twine, lace, a glue gun and fake snow. Place glue on the pine cones and cover them with faux snow, then leave to dry. Put glue on the top-half of the jar before placing a strip of lace around its circumference. Leave to dry. Tie a piece of twine into a bow around the mouth of the jar, then use glue to adhere the pine cones to the twine, then place an LED light inside the jar. Make as many as you'd like to create a lovely glow.