When it comes to DIY-ing items for your wedding, some projects can be overwhelming because of the sheer number you have to create (ie. favors, invitations, centerpieces, etc.) – but a cake topper is simple! You only have to make one! Well, I guess you could make more if you wanted to. Today’s super fun cake topper project is quick, easy (and cheap!) and can be completed in a couple of hours – it would take less time but you have to wait for glue and paint to dry. Pick your saying – any saying – and spell it out with tiny wood letters. From Mr & Mrs to #eatcake… what saying would fit you as a couple or your wedding theme?
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DIY Tutorial Credits
Photography: Studio Eleven Weddings // DIY Tutorial: Jen | Something Turquoise // MSC paints (Mr & Mrs: Root Beer Float, Wedding Cake, and Wild Salmon) (#eatcake: Wild Blueberry, Indigo, and Pool) + paint brush: Editors at Martha Stewart Living // 3/4" wood block letters/numbers, 1/4" square dowel and Aleene's Turbo Tacky Glue pen: Michaels // yummy cake: My Mom // nail polish: OPI - You Don't know Jacques! and Glitzerland