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DIY Wedding Toppers: A cute and easy personal touch!

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Wedding toppers can be about the cutest thing in the world. And creating a DIY wedding topper doesn’t take that much creativity or artistic talent. Why not put in a little bit of effort to make your own original wedding toppers?

Little figurines like these penguins can be bought at a local craft store like Michaels or AC Moore and painted with your own wedding colors or decorative touch. There are also instructions all over the internet for creating your own wedding toppers. One of my favorites is an heirloom wedding topper found here.

More complicated wedding toppers can also created that show even more of your personality. Instructions for great toppers that can be totally customized to your personality are available at Once Wed and shown below.

Whatever your taste, cake toppers are a relatively easy way to bring your own style to your wedding in a way that will delight all your guests. ‘Oohs’ and ‘aahs’ guaranteed!

 

Thomas Flood is a student at Furman University who is doing amazing things during his Summer 2011 internship at CWS! If you haven’t already, we hope you’ll subscribe via Email or RSS. Thomas and CWS can also be found on Twitter(@chaswedstudio), Facebook, and LinkedIn.