80+ free wedding printables: a huge list of downloadable DIY wedding projects

Updated Mar 15 2021


Ok, first: do you have the ULTIMATE downloadable printable, the Offbeat Bride Checklist? If not, you should definitely grab that.

There are hidden free wedding printables all over the web: downloadable wedding program templates, free DIY wedding invitation designs, 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



Centerpieces and table decor


Photo booth props

Totally free, totally rockin' DIY vinyl record wedding invitation from Download & Print.
Totally free, totally rockin' DIY vinyl record wedding invitation from Download & Print.

Decor patterns and paper craft templates



Beverage baubles


Cupcake wrapper templates


Paper and fabric flower templates



Photo by Anne-Marie Bouchard

Wedding program templates


Fingerprint trees and guest book templates:


Ready for more? Check out some of these posts:

We've got a whole archive FULL of unique wedding programs. Here are a few of our faves:

hitchhikers guide wedding programs

harry potter wedding program on offbeat bride

infographic wedding programs on offbeat bride

See even more nontraditional wedding programs!

Did we miss any good ones? Link your favorite freebie printables in the comments!

  1. 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)



  2. Hmm…I wish the guest book advice cards didn't say "Bride and Groom" or would let users change that. Oh well. Nice idea.

  3. 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!

  4. 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!

  5. 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.
    She also provides downlaods for about 80% of her projects, so it's a good site to checkout.

  6. 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!


  7. 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!

  8. 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.

  9. 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!

  10. 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.

  11. 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 😀

  12. A brilliant post and everything in one place. My afternoon will now be spent going through all of these!

  13. Wow, this is a fantastic collection! Thank you. I'm going to have to spend some proper time going through all the links – exciting!! 🙂

  14. Well, I must say its too nice and highly useful as well.

    These are lovely to watch and use for sure as well. I loved all the shares mentioned in the post very much and these can be used by several DIY lovable people for many purposed along with wedding.

    Thanks for share.

  15. hi

    Im looking for a guest photo book template for our wedding do you know where i can download one?


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