Weddings are whirlwinds of romance and joy, and they’re so fun to attend. But all the detailed planning that goes into an event—whether its modest or extravagant—is no joke. Every little detail must be planned in order for everything to go smoothly. What kind of flowers will there be? How many chairs are needed? What time will dinner be served?
Yes, even the seemingly trivial question of where gifts should be placed must be planned. When we said every little detail, we weren’t kidding. Thankfully, planning this little detail can be made simple (while still looking beautiful) without breaking the bank.
Because most wedding gifts are accompanied by cards, it makes perfect sense to have a card box keep everything neat and tidy. Guests can simply slip their cards and good wishes into the box and everything will be in its place. The bride and groom won’t have to worry about misplacing them, and it will make things so much easier when it’s time to send thank you notes.
If you’re on a budget (or not), these beautiful DIY wedding card boxes will be fabulous to have at your event.
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Perhaps the best part about a wedding is the wedding cake. Wedding cakes are not only delicious, but they almost always look beautiful and add a bit of whimsy and sophistication to the event. Follow this tutorial to make a lovely wedding card box that looks just like a stunning wedding cake. It looks good enough to eat (but don’t)!
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If travel is a huge part of your life, you absolutely must make this cute DIY wedding box made from a globe. You’ll need to evenly sand your globe, then cut it and paint it to look how you’d like. It may take some work, but the final result will be completely worth it.
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One of the best ways to save money on your wedding is by going for a rustic and natural feel when it comes to decorations and amenities. Using things that come from nature or are repurposed will cut costs significantly, and this DIY rustic wedding card box is a great example. Head on a nature walk to gather twigs, leaves, moss, and pinecones needed for this project and get to crafting.
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You’ll need a paper-cutting tool to make this adorable wedding card box. It looks so wonderful, you will definitely want to keep it forever. Once you’ve mailed your thank-yous, use the box to store the wedding cards so you can look back on them whenever you’re feeling nostalgic about your big day.
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DIY Giant Diamond Wedding Card Box
Make your wedding card box really stand out with this fun and easy-to-follow DIY giant diamond card box tutorial. After all, diamonds are a girl’s best friend.
Giant Diamond Wedding Card Box from Something Turquoise
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This DIY wedding card box looks beautiful both before and after cards are placed inside. Once it’s full, guests will easily be able to see just how much the newly-married couple is loved by glancing at all the congratulations and well wishes inside.Continue to 9 of 11 below.
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Wooden boxes are classic, and they make for an easy build (or an easy find at an antique store or craft retailer). Follow the steps outlined in this tutorial to place a cute garland across your wooden box spelling out the word “cards” to let guests know just what the box is for.
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Adorable, quaint and intuitive are three words that perfectly capture the essence of this DIY wedding card box in the form of a mailbox. It’s the perfect addition to any card and gift table. This step-by-step tutorial will guide you through the process of making this cute box with ease.
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A picture says a thousand words, which is why we think this wedding card box is top-notch. No one will be able to resist cracking a smile when they spot this box and see adorable pictures of the bride and groom welcoming them to their special day.