Win $200 from David Tutera Bridal + 5 DIYs to Make Your Wedding Sparkle!

David Tutera Bridal Prize via

Would you like to win this fabulous prize package from David Tutera Bridal worth over $200? All you have to do is visit the highlighted link and leave a comment on this post telling us your favorite product from the David Tutera Bridal Collection! Here are the details:

Giveaway ends Thursday, March 14th at midnight CST.

Enter as often as you wish

Open to US residents only.

Winner must send contact information to by Sunday, March 16th or a new winner will be chosen.

5 DIYs to Make Your Wedding Sparkle via


It’s no secret that I love sparkle and shine, so one of my favorite products from this line is the Bling on a Roll! Yards and yards of glittery rhinestones make it easy to add a bit of glam to favors, centerpieces, votives, and more. Here are 5 DIYs for you to try:

Branches & Bling LIghted Centerpiece via

I have a collection of vintage candle molds, and I love their distressed finish. To create this lighted centerpiece, I added some Bling on a Roll to the top edge of a candle mold, removed silk flowers from a garland, and added them to lighted branches from David Tutera Bridal.    I used Scor-Tape to attach the bling, but any strong adhesive will do.

Blingy Table Numbers

I found these jumbo clothespins in the dollar bins at Michael’s and thought they made perfect holders for table numbers! A bit of bling on each side adds sparkle and a little glam to these everyday objects. Double-sided table numbers from David Tutera Bridal complete this easy DIY. Not a fan of the hot pink? Simply paint the clothespins to match your color palette for custom style!

Blingy Candy Dish

One of the best features of Bling on a Roll is that it can be trimmed to any size! Here I cut a single strand of rhinestones and used them to embellish an inexpensive glass dish filled it with candy. Scoops from David Tutera Bridal are the perfect finishing touch.

Blingy Favor Tins

Plain favor tins go glam with a little bling, or a lot! Use these pretty tins to send sweet treats home with your guests and they’ll have a stylish memento of your big day.

Bingy Votives

For a final bit of sparkle, simply add Bling on a Roll to plain glass votive holders. If you don’t want to use real candles, battery-operated versions can be decorated instead.

I shared my favorite product from the David Tutera Bridal line, and now it’s time for you to share yours! Don’t forget to visit the link at the beginning of this post and then leave your comments here for your chance to win the $200 prize package. Best wishes to all the entrants!


  1. Pat morris says

    I really love the blingy favor tins. They would fit right in at my friends blingy wedding that is happening soon.

  2. says

    My goodness how exciting! My sister is getting married soon, could you imagine how excited she would be to get all these fabulous things!?!
    I especially love the brooch! It’s stunning!
    Kindest regards,

  3. Kelly says

    The cupcake wraps are my favorite! We are doing a cupcake tower “cake”, and these would be perfect

  4. Penny says

    My best friend is getting married soon. I love the cupcake wrappers and cupcake boxes. Thanks for the giveaway!
    Blessings to All!

  5. Mary Elaine says

    I loooooove the laser cut cupcake wrappers!!! They remind me of my theme for my wedding in June (burlap and lace)!

  6. Mary Elaine says

    The silver-plated candy scoops are really great! We are having a candy buffet at our wedding reception and we will be using several!

  7. sinta says

    i love sweet little things, these make us creative and make something different special with a priceless weddings

  8. says

    I just bought bling on a roll today for my June wedding and was googling inspirational ideas! I am definitely buying battery operated lights and brooches or my bouqet next!

  9. Angie Harris says

    I love the assortment of bling rhinestone brooches. They would be perfect for the brooch bouquet I am making for my sister’s November wedding.

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