I am so excited to share these latest Cricut Print and Cut Designs with you!! Combining watercolor and wedding designs made me one happy girl! I hope that you all love this new set as much as I do!!
I had so much fun designing this set, as I started out painting an ombre watercolor design and scanning that in, to be the base of this set. I worked up 5 designs to use on your big day, including a menu card, favor tags, vinyl wraps, mini flags for straws or desserts, and squares that make perfect stickers or iron – ons. My own 10 year anniversary was coming up as I worked on this set and my romantic heart couldn’t resist adding some of my favorite wedding phrases to the designs as well!
First is the Menu Card (find it on Cricut HERE). You can use it as I did in the example above, or you can cut off the top (where MENU is in the design) and bottom, using it for anything from a save the date to table number cards! Once you are in Cricut Design space, you can add any text you like, so whether you type in the menu items as I have or a large table number is up to you!
Next are the tags (found on Cricut HERE). I dreamed of using these as Reception Place cards… having a calligrapher write the name and table number of your guest on the tag and pinning them to a large board decorated with lots of greenery, but again, you can use these in so many ways! Whether they are favor tags, tags for the bridesmaids and groomsmen gifts, or used in decoration around florals, the “To Have and To Hold” bring the romantic notion to your big day!
I adore these vinyl wraps created with little watercolor hearts running down the sides (Find them on Cricut HERE). I used them to wrap around little jars filled with candy that I thought would be perfect to place on the tables for guests to have little sweet sneaks throughout your party, but they would be wonderful wrapped around candles, glasses, or jars of any type!
This is my kind of wedding favor!!! These “We Do and We Always Will” watercolor designs would make great stickers… but I think they make even better iron-on’s! I found these sweet natural looking drawstring bags that looked amazing when they were personalized with the iron-on design! I filled the bags with color coordinating gumballs that guests are sure to love! Find the design on Cricut – HERE)
Obviously I saved the best for last here, because… well, cupcakes! I painted little watercolor hearts and turned them into a pattern for these flags. Wrap the flags around straws at the beverage station, on toothpicks with the appetizers, and around lollipop sticks like I used here for the desserts! Stick them into cupcakes, mini pies, truffles and more to carry your design throughout your day! (Find these on Cricut HERE)
Y’all, I hope my Cricut loving friends are enjoying these designs, because I am having a blast creating new print and cut projects!! I wanted to “fill in a few blanks” as I have had some questions since my last Print and Cut post about the Easter Designs! First, I print everything you see here on a regular old office printer! When you purchase any Print and Cut design through Cricut, you open it in Cricut Design Space, check that the sizing is how you like it, add any text you would like using the built in text tool (AND you can use your own fonts too!), then click the green circuit logo to start making your design. It will print your design through Cricut Design Space onto your regular home printer, automatically adding a bleed, and page marks onto the print. You then take the printed design, place it on your circuit mat, load it into your Cricut, set the dial for your material and hit cut! The circuit machine will find the page marks and from there be able to cut your printed design out with ease! Honestly, the first time I did it, I couldn’t believe how easy it was! If you have any questions about how print and cut works, feel free to email me or comment here!