Handmade Wedding Crafts – COMPETITION

Today I get to introduce you to the AWESOME Betty again. You may remember her from The Vintage Pamper Box. Betty is also the owner of the fabulous Pamper and Curves blog.

Betty is quite a dab-hand at DIY – You may have seen her crafts featured in Vintage Life Magazine? Today I get to show off something that she’s been working VERY hard on..

IMG_0391That’s correct. If you’re a bride-to-be looking at how to DIY some fantastic crafts for your wedding day – LOOK NO FURTHER! 

My personal favourite is the shot glass candle:

IMG_0396Including gorgeous crafts such as hair fascinators and birdcage veils, it’s a must have for the crafty bride-to-be!


I also love these lollipop wedding favours:

IMG_0395To celebrate the release and awesomeness of Betty’s book, I am giving Marry Me Ink readers a chance to win a copy of this book, complete with signed photograph of the awesome Betty!

All you have to do is leave a comment on this post with what you’re hoping to DIY for your wedding!  (Make sure you enter you email address in the field so I contact you if you win!)

COMPETITION ENDS FRIDAY 3RD MAY – Less than two weeks away!


8 responses to “Handmade Wedding Crafts – COMPETITION

  1. Kristie Butler

    I’d love to win this for some major inspiration. Being quite crafty myself I’m hoping to pretty much make everything from the centre pieces to a lovely flowery hair fascinator for myself!

  2. I’m hoping to be able to make a hummingbird hair comb for my wedding. I am trying to source a vintage brooch with lots of bling and then learn how to incorporate it into a hair comb/fascinator 😉 xx

  3. Vicki Wilkinson

    Would love love love this for ideas and inspiration! i am currently collecting glass jars to make vintage tea light holders and turning old steamer trunks into table plan, making pomanders and much more! also looking at creating beautiful jewellery as thank you gifts 🙂 xx

  4. If I won this it wouldnt actual be for me! My sister (and best friend) has got engaged and being crafty, I’d love to make her some of the beautiful things in this book! She’s heavily influenced by vintage and shabby chic items so I’m sure she’d adore it (plus i’ll totes steal it to make that amazing hair fascinator! Ha) xxx

  5. Jenny Fairhurst

    If i win this i would use it to add to the little ideas i have already =]
    I’m planning to make lots of things for my wedding, I’m making some paper flower centrepieces for my tables but would like some little bits to go with these =]. I am also going to hand make all my invitations, save the dates and our wedding service booklets.
    I want to make my day as unique and me as possible =] my fiancé proposed in a unique and individual way and I want to make sure our day carries this on =]

  6. Elly Prizeman

    I want to learn more about crafty wedding bits to help one of best friends get hitched and we are planning to have a replay of our big day for the people who missed it last year. X

  7. A DIY garter. As long as it doesn’t snap just as the vicar says ‘you may kiss the bride’. Way too Carry On.

  8. Katie Parkes

    I’m hoping to make as much as possible for my wedding from the favors and table decorations to the cake! This book looks utterly inspirational.