I'm sure you all know by now that I appreciate a cute, red heart (evidence above).
And with Valentine's Day just around the corner, hearts are everywhere at the moment. Hurrah!
So today I bring you the heart felt (or should that be felt heart) Valentine's day edition of BUY or DIY?
Heart cake toppers are cute, fun and whimsical. When teamed with a pure white cake, I think can look rather chic too.
They come in all shapes, sizes and fabrics…
Fabric Heart Cake Topper
This messy iced cake and charmingly disheveled fabric heart topper is from a fabulous heart themed wedding and oh how I love that wedding theme! Here's the tutorial on how to make it over on Once Wed.
Fabric Heart Cake Topper DIY or BUY?
DIY by following this simple tutorial on Curly Birds or buy this ready made felt heart brooch from Not on The High Street (£4.99) and attach it to a wooden BBQ skewer.
DIY Fabric Hearts ~ different shapes, colours and finishes
Why not use a pair of fancy material scissors to create a zig zag finish to your hearts and use colours according to your wedding colour scheme ~ here's a detailed DIY tutorial via Purlbee.
How To Attach Fabric Hearts to Sticks
Here's a fabulous, detailed tutorial on creating puffy fabric hearts and attaching them to sticks (using a sewing machine for a more professional finish) via Finley and Oliver I love the quirky shape!
Photos by Laura Winslow Photography via Finley and Oliver
Glitter Heart Cake Toppers
Why not go glitzy with these adorable glittery heart cake toppers ~ perfect for cupcakes!
DIY tutorial via Heartfelt and Hand Made | BUY them from Modern Crush, Etsy (5 for $3)
BUY these mini Ban.do shoe clips ($10) but don't clip them to your shoes ~ clip them to a wooden BBQ skewer. Et voila! You have a darling heart cake topper…and the great thing is you can use them after the wedding to make your shoes look pretty!
You could even make giant stuffed fabric hearts (or buy heart cushions) they'd make fab photo props ~ see!
Photos by Our Labor of Love via Once Wed
So do you have hearts in your eyes?
And, more importantly…would you BUY or DIY?