80+ free wedding printables: a huge list of downloadable DIY wedding projects #Decor DIY#Favor DIY#Invitation DIY#beverages#bunting#checklist#cupcakes#diy invitations#fingerprint tree#invitations#mini flags#place cards#postcard#printables#roundup#wedding favors#wedding planning June 5 | Catherine Clark enidjcoleslaw Ok, first: do you have the ULTIMATE downloadable printable, the Offbeat Bride Checklist? If not, you should definitely grab that. There are hidden freebies all over the web: downloadable templates, patterns, fonts, fingerprint trees, and more. I stumble across them all the time while browsing blogs. But now I'm attempting to compile a MEGA-SUPER-MONDO list of all kinds of free printables and downloadable templates for wedding DIY projects. The thing is, this list isn't even close to being complete. That's where you come in. If you know of any awesome free downloads that you used in your wedding and party planning, let me know in the comments and I'll add it. It will grow like The Blob and consume all our craft projects with it! Ahem… well, you get the idea. But if you start to get overwhelmed and need a break… we have a printable for that, too. (Each picture links to its original source.) Invitation, save-the-dates, and thank-you cards downloads Related Post Ridiculously easy paint chip-inspired wedding crafts My husband and I chose our wedding colors by comparing stashes of paint chips we grabbed from the hardware store. But what if paint chips... Read more Vintage postcard textures from Bittbox Free, high-resolution stock photography at Morguefile Lots of vintage clip art from Graphics Fairy Free fonts from Font Squirrel Free retro fonts from demilked Scrabble Tile images from Fuzzimo Invitation templates from Download & Print Retro and pin-up illustrations from Far Far Hill Bicycle thank-you cards from The Sweetest Occasion "Will you be my bridesmaid" cards from Love vs. Design "Thank you for being my bridesmaid" cards Centerpieces and table decor Rustic chalkboard table numbers from Love vs. Design Menu and table number template from Ruffled Blog Confetti Mad Libs from Love vs. Design Halloween place cards from Fantasy Jr. Place cards for perforated card stock from Martha Stewart Vintage-look paper placemats from The Pretty Blog Owl library card place cards from Love vs. Design Pop-up ribbon award place cards from Love vs. Design Food allergy-specific place cards from Marry This! Ice breaker place cards from Marry This! Star Wars printables from Toy-A-Day Photo booth props Tons of mustaches from Catch My Party Bowties, lips, and glasses from Sandy Anger Studios Batman, hats, and glasses and kings, sunglasses, and cops from Oh Happy Day Mardi Gras masks from Ellinee Journal Superhero masks (PDF) from Ambrosia Girl Photo booth sign from Wedding Chicks Totally free, totally rockin' DIY vinyl record wedding invitation from Download & Print. Decor patterns and paper craft templates Striped flag bunting from Love vs. Design Fabric bunting pattern from Chickabug "Yay" flags from Offbeat Bride Message flags from Martha Stewart Retro mini flags from Love vs. Design Halloween silhouettes from nobiggie "Just Married" paper banner from DIY Fanatic Recipe cards from The Sweetest Occasion Spooky spell book cover (that would make an awesome book for an officiant to hold!) from Chickabug Vintage-look labels (PDF) from Ruche Vintage-style admission tickets from Miss Cutiepie Cute recipe cards for a recipe guest book from The Sweetest Occasion Letter banner cutouts from This Mommy Loves Superhero logo patterns from Sugar Tot Designs Beverage baubles Pirate flags for drinks from Paging Supermom Customizable labels for jars and bottles from The Idea Room Faux chalkboard labels and Apothecary jar labels from World Label Paper straw flags from Polka Dot Made Cupcake wrapper templates Fancy cupcake wrappers from Oh Crafts Cupcake wrapper templates from Skip to My Lou Scalloped cupcake wrappers from Banana Frog Paper and fabric flower templates Ornate six-petal flowers from UCreate Recyled paper flowers from How About Orange Paper rose template from Ellinee Journal Paper flower backdrop garland from Ellinee Journal Paper rose template from Martha Stewart Needle-felted flower pins from FaveCrafts Tissue paper flowers from The Craftinomicon Crepe paper daffodils from Martha Stewart Favors Printable "thank you" jam labels from Offbeat Bride Vintage-look lunch bag printables (that would be super cute as favor or welcome bags) from Funkytime Seed packet graphics from Just Something I Made Paper petal/confetti/rice cones from Scrapbooks Etc. Printed favor bags from DIY Wedding Baked goods tags from Homestyle Jam jar labels from Jones Design "Made with Love" jar labels from eighteen25 Paper fortune cookies from Kind Over Matter Cootie catcher/fortune teller from Skip to My Lou Printable favor box from I Still Love You Bubble labels from Merriment Design Paper bookmark gift tag from Simply Modern Mom Bird bookmarks from How About Orange Photo by Anne-Marie Bouchard Wedding programs Colorful interactive program wheels from Offbeat Bride "So you're going to sit through a wedding" (funny wedding program) from Offbeat Bride Program covers from Martha Stewart Tree personality type wedding program from Martha Stewart Program booklet template from Chica and Jo Fan-style programs from Aylee Bits Fingerprint trees and guest book templates: Template from Offbeat Bride Guest book poster from Love vs. Design Template from One Fine Day Wedding "hankies" template from Eat Drink Chic Guest book advice cards from Marry This! (Alert: heteronormative!) Want some wedding silliness? Check out some of these posts: Let's dork out on some wedding invitation wording! Hold us close and look at some wedding invitation porn. (Don't worry: no actual bow-chicka-bow-bow porn involved. Just TONS of real-life wedding invitation inspiration.) Or maybe you just want to check out our top picks in alternative wedding shoes? Don't Panic! Make sure you have your Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy programs! First dance songs that haven't been done to death How to fire a bridesmaid 7 ways to keep "Momthulhu" from hijacking your wedding plans How to tell your guests they don't get a +1 Did we miss any good ones? Link your favorite freebie printables in the comments! Reporter Name * Reporter Email * Original text Enter the original text here. Edited text* Enter your suggested copyedit here. Notes You can add a note for the editor here. * Required information. Fix Typo Catherine Clark Catherine Clark (aka Superman) is Offbeat Bride's Editor. In her spare time she loiters at her local library, makes art, watches movies en masse, plays video and tabletop games, poorly cooks healthy things, cuddles with her feline fur baby, and blogs at BijouxandBits.com. @enidjcoleslaw @bijouxandbits @bijouxandbits PREVIOUS Save your tongue, seal your invitations with patterned paper tape NEXT Grab a few friends and make your own wedding documentary with WeddingMix by Storymix Media Toggle comments [ 33 ] I don't have a complete list of the "best" ones, but man alive are papercraft projects pretty much the most awesome way to have theme centerpieces, flower accents, decor– really, anything you can think of for any type of interest, geekery, nerdy video games, whatever– and yeah, they take a little time, but you can have a 4-foot World of Warcraft centerpieces for the cost of a piece of paper. (Plus they make AWESOME getting-to-know-you/bring the bridal party together activities) Awesome http://www.papercraft-world.blogspot.com/ http://www.instructables.com/community/Cool-Free-Papercraft-Links/ ROBOTS! http://www.wonderhowto.com/news/wonderment/50-free-papercraft-robot-downloads-0116473/ 33 agree Reply Hmm…I wish the guest book advice cards didn't say "Bride and Groom" or would let users change that. Oh well. Nice idea. 45 agree Reply This is so great! Thank you!! 26 agree Reply We designed and used one of the free monograms from Wedding Chicks on our invites: http://www.weddingchicks.com/freebies/custom-monograms/ . They also have free invite suites, but the text on those wasn't customizable enough for my liking. 23 agree Reply http://www.fromoldbooks.org/ has some great title page borders and assorted clip art from old books(shocker!) for free. that's where we found our save the date and rsvp card borders! 28 agree Reply I love you right now for that MorgueFile link. Not as a bride (though I am one…) but as an architecture student who has to frequently make posters and can never find high res photos to use! 20 agree Reply It's a great resource. You'll run into selection issues sometimes, but you can't beat the price! 19 agree Reply SO MUCH that is absolutely mega in just one post … busy downloading some of the great fonts right now. THANK YOU!!!!! 21 agree Reply How about cut-out dolls as a favour? We made scrolls tied up in ribbon as a favour for an 80th birthday party using Betty Boop. Went down a treat! Can't find the page we used but here's a link to LOADS of free paper doll downloads http://www.colorcutandcreate.com/i_paper_people.php and also http://www.squidoo.com/printable-paper-dolls 18 agree Reply Thank you so much! 16 agree Reply Another great font site is http://www.dafont.com/. Here are a few that I've done which included templates/access to artwork used. – Bat garland – http://www.apartmenttherapy.com/make-a-beautiful-bat-garland-t-129674 & updated at http://thehappyheathen.com/?p=1805 – Silhouette candleholders – http://www.designsponge.com/2009/10/diy-project-evitas-spooky-silhouette-candleholders.html – Aged labels – http://thehappyheathen.com/?p=1904 I'll try to dig up more! 17 agree Reply I always use this website when I want to do any vintage-y projects. She uses a lot of recycled paper and old books and such from thrift stores. Plus, she sent me supplies from her own crafting supplies to make my bridesmaids gifts. justsomethingimade.com She also provides downlaods for about 80% of her projects, so it's a good site to checkout. 15 agree Reply http://printableinvitationkits.com offers many wedding invitation printables for free. Downloaded my invitation from there. 20 agree Reply http://www.hobbylobby.com/departments/wedding/templates.cfm Free wedding project printables. Not super "offbeat" but pretty, and customizeable. If nothing else, they're free! 15 agree Reply The wedding chicks invitation suites saved my procrastinating self. They are customizable but all the formatting is already done for you. I lucked out and they had one that fit with us and the feel of our wedding. I uploaded them to vistaprint on postcards and oversized postcards and they were super affordable and turned out perfect! http://www.weddingchicks.com/freebies/invitation-suites/ 14 agree Reply try wallpaper Reply There is a site called freeprintables.com they have bridal shower invites and wedding invtes, cards, games and activities and coloring pages, and lots lots more. im using this site for most of the paper projects in my wedding! 11 agree Reply Hey! Thank so much for linking to my blog! You have an amazing list of stuff here and I'm going to share it Sandy 11 agree Reply This website has really cute seed packets and an adorable label for really cute favors. (It's different from the one you already have.) http://www.erinvaledesign.com/leo_on_the_loose/2009/04/diy-scrapbook-paper-seed-packet-project-2.html 4 agree Reply email@example.com 1 agrees Reply Thank you for sharing all the links! I just stumbled upon a free open-sourced program that mirrors CorelDraw or PhotoShop: http://inkscape.org/ (For those of us who would like to design our own templates) 1 agrees Reply Hello! Does anyone knows where I can find the damask patterned paper shown on the invitation on this link? I really need help because I can't find it … http://blacktieweddinginvitations.com.au/galleries/romantic-wedding-invitations/phoenix 3 agree Reply Wow! Wow! & WOW! Catharine – this is a fabulous resources & I will be blogging and pinning it like crazy! Thanks for going to so much effort to collate and share it. Absolutely legendary. <3 2 agree Reply Unfortunately I discovered the AMAZING Wedding Chicks after I spent $60 on Save the Dates that I thought were "OK", but I now use their products for 90% of my printable needs. I fill out and download what I need, and it's amazingly easy to open up the image in Microsoft Paint and edit the layout and colors. My invitations (which almost everyone loved) are a combination of 2 invitations, formatted to have the RSVP card attached at the bottom so that I could fold the card up and mail it without using an envelope. I didn't have to pay anything for my invites! 2 agree Reply Hello, Just found this one. Very cute! 1 agrees Reply This is more for home decor, but I've seen a lot of these displayed on the welcome table at Disney weddings! Disney Couples Printable: http://inspiredbydis.com/2014/07/disney-couples-printable/ Reply This page would be really awesome if it said by the title if it was in fact free (e.g free download, free templates). Just a thought. 1 agrees Reply Printable wedding table games designs from Bride & Groom http://www.brideandgroomdirect.co.uk/blog/2014/10/4-printable-wedding-table-games-to-have-at-your-wedding/ You can even ask for your own colour! Reply This post is still one of my all time favorites even post wedding. Every time I need something printable (& free) I always come back to this post as a starting point in my search. Love it! It would cool to see a similar post on home & life for either holidays or just because home decor links 1 agrees Reply This is just perfect for DIY wedding planning. 1 agrees Reply A brilliant post and everything in one place. My afternoon will now be spent going through all of these! Reply Wow, this is a fantastic collection! Thank you. I'm going to have to spend some proper time going through all the links – exciting!! Reply Although this is an old post but the concept of DIY Projects is still emerging. These days I spend more time on DIY kind of thing rather that grabbing ready made. Reply Join the conversation Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. No-drama comment policy Part of what makes the Offbeat Empire different is our commitment to civil, constructive commenting. Make sure you're familiar with our no-drama comment policy. Biz owners & wedding bloggers Please just use your real name in your comment, not your business name or blog title. Our comments are not the place to pimp your website. If you want to promote your stuff on Offbeat Bride, join us as an advertiser instead.