6 Marbleized DIY Wedding Projects

by Bridget Clegg
Featured: The Knot Blog

Marbling is a crafty technique that looks fancy, but is actually super easy to do! In pastel palettes or punchy neons, you can create dreamy patterns in paint that translate well to all sorts of wedding DIY projects. Here are 6 of our favorite ways to marbleize your wedding decor!

Marbleized Party Hats

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Using this template and a marbling kit, you can make adorable party hats that are playful additions to a bachelorette party or a kids-only reception table. Follow the full tutorial here.

Faux Marbleized Painted Votives

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Buy votives in bulk from a floral supply store, then haphazardly paint away. When the official tutorial encourages drinking wine while crafting, you know it's a good DIY!

Marbleized Chair Decor Pennant

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Follow the instructions from Ruffled on how to make marbleized placemats, but cut the fabric into the shape of this beautiful chair cover instead!

Swirling Marbled Cupcakes

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With food coloring and frosting you can dip cupcake tops to make gorgeous marbleized patterns! Perfect for a bridal shower or for sweet extras to your cake table spread. Here's how to do it.

Mini Marbleized Envelopes

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Photo: MinieCo

Propose to your bridesmaids with these bright and funky envelopes! It's easier than it looks and requires surprisingly few materials. Just follow these steps!

Neon Marbleized Glassware

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Customized shooters make lovely bridesmaid gifts and they can also double as tiny votives to scatter around your reception tables! Here's the how-to.

See more marbleized wedding decor and DIY projects!

> Check out this marbleized orange wedding cake by Kelly Kakes!

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