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Do It Yourself Wine Bottle Menus

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 or party. All you need are some basic items and a little creativity.

These Do It Yourself Wine Bottle Menus are incredibly easy and oh-so-clever. They can also be easily personalized. So simple. Be sure to see all of our wedding diy projects.

Gather together some empty wine bottles and put them to work as menu card displays at your wedding! Fill each wine bottle with flowers to double as a pretty centerpiece.


Supplies:
1. Paper Raffia Ribbon
2. Card-stock
3. Wine Bottle
4. Scissors

Glue the printing paper onto your choice of colored card-stock. Poke small holes on either top end of card-stock and string paper raffia ribbon through, tying into a bow.

Next, poke small holes on both bottom end of card-stock. Hang the menu card onto the wine bottle, and tie loose ends of raffia to ensure it is wrapped around securely. Fill wine bottle with fresh flowers for a pretty centerpiece.

Thank you to Hilton Pittman Photography for this adorable wedding do-it-yourself project.

Download the menu cards HERE.
This download is laid out 8.5×11 inches and is meant to be cut in half to create a 2 – 8.5×5.5 menus per page.
If you do not have photo editing software, print out the download as-is.
Next, compose your text in a word processing program leaving a little room at the top so you don’t print over the Menu Banner graphic.
Put the paper back through the printer and print out your text.

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  1. 0. Sienna Taylor says:

    Awww, so so adorable!

  2. ooh we have a bride who would absolutely die for this DIY. thanks for sharing ladies! xoxo

  3. 0. Traci says:

    Love!! Using this @ our outdoor mountain wedding this summer!! Once again, wedding chicks has saved me tones of moolah and time! :)

  4. What a wonderful feeling once you are done with your project. And it is so exciting to see that your guests are enjoying your craft while they are at the reception.

  5. 0. Dana Searcy says:

    Such a cute idea! This is great for upcoming summer weddings. It’s nice to see ideas for DIY brides.

  6. 0. V. Martin says:

    Ohhh love, couldn’t be cuter!!

  7. 0. Brandy Dean says:

    Love it! Empty wine bottles are lovely things, but I never know what to do with them.

  8. 0. Joanna says:

    Hi there! I think this idea is darling and was hoping that you might add it to my Easter and Spring Linking Party to share with my readers. If you are interested, you can go here http://bakedbyjoanna.blogspot.com/2011/04/easter-linking-party.html to enter. Thanks!

  9. 0. Kina says:

    Your resources are pretty amazing… great work ladies.

  10. 0. Tiffany says:

    I love the idea! I will probably use it for more than a wedding. There are so many ways to do save $$$ by finding cute DIY projects for weddings. I was inspired by Giullia Macchia’s book the http://www.thewdayguide.com/. Tons of pictures and great planning tips. Nice work on the site…love it.

  11. Lovely idea!

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