6 Gold And Sequins Wedding DIY Projects

by Bridget Clegg
Gold DIY Projects from The Knot

We waded through the world of wedding DIY and picked out our favorite totally doable-in-a-day projects. Turn the drab into twinkling gold wedding decor with the tutorials and how-tos below!

Gold and Burlap Garland

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Photo: Lines Across

The rough burlap is such a cool contrast to the glitter! The easy no-sew instructions are here.

Glittery Confetti Packets

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Hand out these stylish packages so each guest can send you off in glitter! Here's how to make them.

Shiny Gold Cake Topper

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Photo: Pictilio

Dress up your wedding cake with little gold firework picks. See how to make them! (Hint: They make for cute cocktail stirrers, too!)

Recycled Can Table Numbers

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Photo: 100 Layer Cake

Recycling has never looked better! Turn your trash into metallic table numbers with these instructions.

Metallic Animal Wedding Favors

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Photo: Your Modern Couple

Give your guests a small token of the wild night they just had with spray-painted animal favors. See how to do it!

Bedazzled Number Candles

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Photo: Banman Land

You know those boring store-bought candles? Bet you can't recognize them above! Decorate your wedding date for an easy wedding cake topper. Here's what you'll need!

More glam gold wedding DIY projects to try!

> Make gold-dipped feather escort cards

> Check out these glittery marshmallow pops, shiny streamers and sequin neckties!

> Learn how to make a confetti pocket ceremony program

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