5 DIY Photo Projects For Your Wedding

DIY Photo Projects // Featured: The Knot Blog

Incorporating photos of friends and family into your wedding decor is a simple way to make guests feel included and bring together loved ones who couldn't be there. You can go as simple as displaying a few framed photos around the guest book at your cocktail or get more hands on with one of these DIY projects. Hint: they're totally doable in a day if you're short on time. U Tutorials and how-to's below: Show us your completed wedding DIY projects by tweeting a photo with the hashtag #TheKnotDIY!

Photo Collage Table Runner

Photo: Krista Mason // Featured: The Knot Blog

Photo: Krista Mason

Collage the bride and groom's old family photos into a unique and highly personal table runner! Follow this tutorial.

Flying Couple Balloon Decor

Photo: Hilda Grahnat // Featured: The Knot Blog

Photo: Hilda Grahnat

For a quirky engagement party or a unique honeymoon send-off (“up, up and away!"), learn how to make these hilarious photo balloon decorations.

Mini Polaroid Magnet Favors

Photo: Ambrosia Girl // Featured: The Knot Blog

Photo: Ambrosia Girl

Create cute handmade Polaroid magnets using your favorite couples shots with this step-by-step guide, then give them away as favors!

Polaroid Photo Booth Frame

Photo: With Lovely // Featured: The Knot Blog

Photo: With Lovely

Make a fun photo booth prop by cutting out a Polaroid frame! Here's how to make it.

Photo Transfer Letters

Photo: Victoria Hudgens // Featured: The Knot Blog

Photo: Victoria Hudgens

With a simple photo transfer technique, you can cover cardboard letters with old family photos. Spell out your monogram or a special phrase, or use it as signage for the bar and gift table. Tutorial here!

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