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Fabric Do It Yourself Bridal Shower Invitations

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Do It Yourself, or DIY, wedding projects allow you to create your own personalized favors and touches that can be applied in any way you can imagine on your special day, for a shower, a party or whenever. All you need are some basic items and a little creativity.

These Fabric Do It Yourself Bridal Shower Invitations take no time at all to complete. Secondly, the cuteness and originality factor of these invitations is incredibly high. Plus, you can create incredibly cute Fabric Do It Yourself Wedding Table Numbers to go with them. So get your fabric together and get ready to whip out some astonishing do-it-yourself invitations. See more clever do-it-yourself wedding projects here.

diy bridal shower invite

Here is what you are going to need:

1. Fabric with a large graphic that can you easily cut out. A great place to find fabric is over at Etsy.
2. A Glue stick. We used Elmer’s Glue Stick.
3. A pair of scissors that can cut fabric with ease. Jo-Ann has a great selection.
4. A7 flat cards are made from cover weight paper in Luxe White Fino, from our friendly paper-source store.

diy bridal shower

Here is how you can whip out these DIY bridal shower invitations:

1. Design your card in any word editing program. Simply make sure you justify everything to the right. All of the fonts on this particular invitation are free fonts from dafont.com. On a side note, this is a great resource to find free fonts for all of your wedding needs. Print out the card.
2. Cut out the large graphic from the gorgeous piece of fabric you selected.
3. Every so gently rub the Elmer’s Glue to the back of the applique and gently place on invitation.
4. Voilà , you are instantaneously transformed into a little Martha Stewart.

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diy bridal shower invite

Bridal shower invitations designed by: Paper & Thread Studio, a preferred member and proud sponsor of The Wedding Chicks.

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  1. These are too sweet! My grandmother used to make cards with this method – I love it!

  2. 0. Kia Gregory says:

    The potential to make these work for a little girls birthday party are pretty awesome as well! Love this DIY! Thanks.

  3. aw! i want to make one of these now, they’re just so cute!!

  4. 0. danielle says:

    can you tell us the names of the beautiful fonts you used from dafont?

  5. 0. Katie says:

    Super cute! These would be cute with all different types of fabric / paper combos! Instead of gluing the fabric on, I think it looks really cute to sew them on too!

  6. 0. Katie Neal Photo says:

    so cute!!! of course lori is just a genius!

  7. 0. Kenya F. says:

    This is soo cute! I’m definitely going to give it a try. Thanks for sharing! :-)

  8. 0. Emily Steffen says:

    I am still minorly obsession about how adorable this is. I LOOOOVEE the combo of fabric to invite to make it seamless…..

    My head is spinning with ideas on ways to use this! Too bad I don’t have a party or something fun to throw soon….or do I!?!?! :)

  9. 0. Lauren Wolf says:

    What a cute invite. Such a great way to save money yet still have something special and pretty!!

  10. 0. brooke bowland says:

    LOVE. so LOVE.

  11. 0. Brooke says:

    Just thought I’d pass on that you can use heat bond and the like as well and just iron your fabric right to the paper.

  12. LOVE LOVE LOVE THIS!!!!!!

    OH MY! I’m totally using these for a party I’m planning next month! Perfect Timing!!

    Thanks!!! :) :) happy happy weekend! :)

    xoox,
    katee grace

  13. What a cute idea!

  14. 0. Kate Harrison says:

    that is awesome.

  15. 0. Houa L. says:

    I’m in love with these! Can you share where you purchase the fabric from along with font you used?

    Thanks!

  16. 0. karyn says:

    i love this! where i can find fabric like this?

  17. 0. Antonia says:

    Hi, Can you tell me where you got this exact floral fabric and the name of the fabric too? It’s lovely and I’m about to start doing my own invites. It would really help since I’ve been looking for a long time, but can’t find anything remotely as pretty as this one! Thanks!!!

  18. This is so feminine and pretty, perfect for a pastel style wedding. Thank you for showing us

  19. wonderful tutorial! Would any kind of fabric work for diy invitations? What fabrics are highly recommended?

  20. My brother suggested I might like this website.

    He was totally right. This post actually made my day.
    You can not imagine simply how much time I had spent ffor this info!

    Thanks!

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