Wednesday, September 7, 2016

DIY Personalized Bridal Party Bottles (with strawberry-infused water)

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I love anything personalized. Add a photo, a monogram, a name ... I'm in. It just makes everything a little more special.

In fact, right now, I'm drinking strawberry-infused water out of a bottle with a letter L on it  -- and it's amazing.

Okay, spoiler alert. I made that bottle for this post. It was actually super easy to make and definitely a craft you should put together for your bridal party.

Looking for a fun DIY you can use on wedding morning? Check out these DIY Personalized Bridal Party Bottles from www.abrideonabudget.com. There's a good strawberry-infused water recipe too (which you can use even if you're not getting married!).

DIY Personalized Bridal Party Bottles (with strawberry-infused water)


You should have these ready to go on wedding morning. Make one for each bridesmaid, with her initial, and then any for anyone else coming over -- your mom, grandma, dad, whoever. They'll really appreciate it, plus they will look adorable in photos.

Be sure to supply straws too. You don't want anyone ruining their lipstick before the ceremony.

Looking for a fun DIY you can use on wedding morning? Check out these DIY Personalized Bridal Party Bottles from www.abrideonabudget.com. There's a good strawberry-infused water recipe too (which you can use even if you're not getting married!).

What You'll Need (for the bottles):

What You'll Do:


Looking for a fun DIY you can use on wedding morning? Check out these DIY Personalized Bridal Party Bottles from www.abrideonabudget.com. There's a good strawberry-infused water recipe too (which you can use even if you're not getting married!).

Affix the stencil to your bottle. You can tape it down if you want or just hold it down. Whatever works.

Looking for a fun DIY you can use on wedding morning? Check out these DIY Personalized Bridal Party Bottles from www.abrideonabudget.com. There's a good strawberry-infused water recipe too (which you can use even if you're not getting married!).

Paint the glass etching cream over the stencil using a foam paintbrush. Be careful, though. The glass etching cream is very unforgiving, so you want to make sure this isn't blotchy or spreading. You can use a small paintbrush for this if you feel more comfortable, but you may have to go over it a few times.

Let it sit for at least five minutes.

Looking for a fun DIY you can use on wedding morning? Check out these DIY Personalized Bridal Party Bottles from www.abrideonabudget.com. There's a good strawberry-infused water recipe too (which you can use even if you're not getting married!).
Rinse the cream off with water. Repeat for additional letters or images.

Looking for a fun DIY you can use on wedding morning? Check out these DIY Personalized Bridal Party Bottles from www.abrideonabudget.com. There's a good strawberry-infused water recipe too (which you can use even if you're not getting married!).
Now, I'll be honest. I did the two lettered bottles using stencils and then I freehanded the bride one. 

I wrote the word bride on a piece of paper, placed the bottle over the paper (since it's clear, it's easy to see through) and then I painted the word on it. I even made a heart over the i instead of the dot.

Looking for a fun DIY you can use on wedding morning? Check out these DIY Personalized Bridal Party Bottles from www.abrideonabudget.com. There's a good strawberry-infused water recipe too (which you can use even if you're not getting married!).

Let these dry completely.

What You'll Need (for the strawberry-infused water):
  • Strawberries
  • Water
  • Ice cubes
  • Knife
  • Cutting board
  • Completed personalized bridal party bottles
Fill each bottle with water.

Clean and cut the strawberries. Add a few slices into each bottle. Put them in the fridge overnight. Add an ice cube before serving.

I actually really like fruit-infused water. It's a good alternative to plain water and will hydrate you on wedding morning. If you want something a little more celebratory, you can always go with mimosas.

Looking for a fun DIY you can use on wedding morning? Check out these DIY Personalized Bridal Party Bottles from www.abrideonabudget.com. There's a good strawberry-infused water recipe too (which you can use even if you're not getting married!).

BRIDAL BABBLE: What would you fill your personalized bridal party bottles with?

1 comment:

  1. What a great idea, I like to use bottles and mason jars for serving food or dring to. Whit the personalization this could be something that you can keep as a memory as well.
    Cheers,
    Emese

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