OK, we will admit that this mightn’t be the most practical of DIY projects to take on if you are getting married overseas but if you are planning on a week’s stay before your wedding day, then this could be a fun last minute DIY project for you and your wedding guests. I have to say – I love nail and string art, it’s so old school and I’m excited about its recent revival. From table numbers and table plans to all out wall signage, it’s drama and colour hand in hand.

string and nail art wedding ideas

This is one project that is certainly only limited to your imagination and one where you can really let your creativity shine. You could make a really dramatic ceremony backdrop like the one above incorporating you wedding colours and with a simple frame, it would be easy enough – just time consuming.

string and nail art wedding ideas

I particularly love the seating chart above as seen on 100 Layer Cake. It’s a very creative and fun way to show guests to their seats and each table could be represented with a different colour string. I’d imagine that a large guest list would mean it would be hard to read but you could definitely create single boards linking names to table numbers.

string and nail art wedding ideas

I a.d.o.r.e this “My Beloved”. So eye catching and I’m hoping that it found a permanent home in the back garden after the wedding. If you fancy DIYing these nail and string art tutorials, you might find this “how to” helpful. Enjoy girls!

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  1. Sara

    I love this trend! It looks so hard to me though… I wonder if there is a system to getting all the lines to cross so nicely…

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