This wedding song art is a cheap, easy DIY that is very easy to customize. Your partner will LOVE it!
Tomorrow is my third anniversary, so over the weekend I did a little project.
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Easy Wedding Song DIY
- regular printer paper (or cardstock)
- red scrapbook paper, or you can use your wedding colors
- scissors OR a heart-shaped cutter
- double-sided tape
- picture frame
- black and white picture of you and your partner
- black sticker letters
Basically, just print out your wedding song (ours is “Book of Love” by Peter Gabriel, which you might recognize if you’re a fan of Scrubs), cut it out into hearts, cut your scrapbook paper into two hearts, and cut your wedding picture into one heart. Add your initial to one red heart and your partner’s initial to the other. Tape all hearts, wherever you want, to the glass in the frame. Aaaand done!
It’s simple, but time-consuming.
I picked this quote to put on the last heart because it’s what I had engraved on the inside of Zach’s wedding band. I actually took it from the last line from The Nightmare Before Christmas, which was significant to us for a couple reasons…mostly with the way our relationship wound up playing out.
I just realized some of my hearts are little bent…I’ll fix it later. 😛
It was inspired by Housewife Glamour’s DIY Wedding Anniversary Gift. It was just so cute that I had to have my own! And I think it turned out very well. I may have to make more of these for friends. 😛
I’m so glad you like the idea! Yours turned out adorable, and I’m sure your hubby loves it. Every time I see ours up on the wall it makes me smile 🙂
That is so adorable! I still have no idea what to do for our first (paper) anniversary this summer :/
I never really followed the traditional gift ideas…mostly because I didn’t know what they were. 😛 But Google would probably have all kinds of neat ideas!