DIY Tin Can Wedding Decor

By July 22, 2014 Decor, DIY No Comments

I am totally obsessed with this DIY tin can wedding decor!  Pinterest is every bride’s saving grace when planning their wedding day!  I wish people were pinning all day when I got married, not only would I have saved a ton of money but my wedding would have been way more cute!  I am not a super creative person, but this DIY idea is for anyone.  All you need is an empty tin can, paint colors of your choice and some other different crafty items and you have beautiful wedding decor at a fraction of the price!  Here are some of my favorite tin can DIY wedding ideas I found on pinterest!

These hanging tin cans are so adorable and EASY!  Wrapped with a piece of ribbon or painted with your wedding colors, this is so rustic and sweet!  I love the idea of filling each can with your wedding flowers, or a pretty little flower that matches the style of your wedding!  So adorable!

tincanPhoto Credit: pinterest

These scream rustic chic for sure!  Nothing like mixing a little bit of country with sparkle and shine!  I love copper colored anything, but these can be painted any color of your choice!

tincan1Photo Credit: pinterest

Here is one way to add color pop to your wedding decor.  I love this flat color choice, but these would also look so cute painted with black chalk paint!

tincan2Photo Credit: pinterest

I love this look for a beach wedding, and how easy to wrap with rope and secure with hot glue!  So pretty and perfect with most flower types!

tincan4Photo Credit: pinterest

I also really love these birch wrapped tin cans, they are super fun and easy!

tincan5Photo (and DIY idea) Credit: cityfarmhouse

These glam wrapped cans are a perfect way to add richness and beauty to your wedding centerpieces!  Just some jewels and hot glue and these tin cans look like a million bucks!

tincan6Photo Credit: pinterest

This is a fab idea as well and so easy!  These are perfect party favor ideas, and something that your guest will all sure to be excited not to leave behind!

tincan3Photo Credit and DIY instructions: ruffledblog


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