15 Crochet Wedding Patterns (for the Bride)
We know weddings are expensive, which is why we put together this amazing collection of free crochet wedding patterns.
Something borrowed, something blue, something old, something new, and something crochet! These stunning crochet wedding patterns are the perfect addition to any bride's big day wardrobe.
Whether you're a bride looking to wear something you made with your own two hands at your wedding or a loved one who wants to make that something new extra special, this collection of crochet wedding ideas is sure to have the light, lovely, and lacy crochet pattern that will add some handmade touches to your bridal look. We've included a list of crochet wedding shawls, crochet garter patterns, and dainty ideas.
On this page, 15 Crochet Wedding Patterns (for the Bride), start with our Crochet Wedding Shawl Patterns, which features the perfect little wraps to keep you from freezing on those chilly wedding dates.
You can't be without a garter, which is why there is a whole section of Crochet Garter Belt Patterns. We know the day sneaks up, which is why the third section focuses on Quick and Easy Crochet Wedding Patterns. Plus, don't miss out on the most amazing DIY bouquet at the end of this collection!
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Crochet Wedding Shawl Patterns
Creating a light and lovely wedding shawl is the perfect way to add some crochet couture to your wedding day. While you might not wear one of these lacy crochet patterns when you walk down the aisle, these stunning accessories or perfect for the ceremony.
Keep warm and cozy when it gets a bit chilly as the night goes on while keeping your bright, white bridal style shining brightly. A crochet shawl pattern makes a lovely wedding gift, as well. You could even make a matching set for your bridesmaids.
Light and lacy, this bridal shawl is especially charming as it allows your wedding dress details to still shine through despite the added layer. This pattern uses crochet thread and is an intermediate pattern.
This classic shawl pattern is impressively vintage. Perfect for old school or weddings with a classic charm, this crochet beauty would look especially lovely with a vintage wedding dress. Made with worsted weight yarn, this is probably our easiest wedding shawl pattern.
Details, details, details! This gorgeous shawl was designed especially for a wedding. While it does use alpaca yarn (which can be pricey), it is worth the extra price tag to look lovely on your big day. This pattern includes a video for the beaded bridal shawl stitch, making it easy to follow.
Light and dainty, this bridal shawl is perfect for a late spring or early summer wedding. The crochet pattern easily adds a layer of stylish warmth that will fight the chill but won't overheat. Make sure to use a soft and gentle yarn for your skin so you're comfortable on your wedding day. This crochet pattern comes is complete with a PDF download.
If you're looking for a crochet shawl you can wear down the aisle, this might be the one! This floral pattern has an elegant detail that runs down the back of your spin. It could easily add some interest and flair as you stand at the altar. This is an advanced crochet pattern, so give yourself tons of time to finish it before the wedding.
Lovers of vintage dresses and black and white movies will love this vintage shawl. Brides looking to channel Barbara Stanwyck or Bette Davis on their big day will adore this pattern. The popcorn texture makes this piece extra versatile. It could even be worn as a scarf at a winter wedding.
Looking for more stunning shawl patterns? Check out our list of our absolute favorite crochet patterns - 10 Best Crochet Shawl Patterns
Crochet Garter Belt Patterns
Ooh, crochet garter patterns! The tradition of tossing the garter belt is a well-known wedding activity. While many brides choose to skip the spectacle, some enjoy the silly little tradition.
Many garter belts can be expensive and itchy (made with lace or tulle). Hook up a simple crochet wedding garter pattern instead with these charming designs.
This crocheted garter belt is easy to work up and comes with two seperate pieces. If you're looking for something simple, make the garter belt alone. Want a little extra flair? Add the crochet flower pattern (or your own flair) to the finished piece.
Combine an honestly easy crochet pattern with a vintage brooch or pin (your something old) to make this elegant bridal garter. You'll love the way the soft and stretchy yarn fits without cutting into your skin like some store-bought ideas. If you plan on tossing the garter, be sure to avoid adding a vintage piece that could break!
This is probably the easiest crochet garter pattern you will find. Working up in under an hour, you can match it to your wedding color scheme by choosing a brightly color piece of ribbon to secure it. Brides looking for a simple and budget-friendly solution for the garter-tossing event will adore this option.
From the Designer
What are some unique ways to incorporate crochet into your wedding?
"Besides traditional accessories like shawls, lace gloves, or a garter, crochet thread can be used for making small table decorations such as doilies, napkin rings, or mason jar covers for vases of flowers. You could even make a rustic, yet feminine rag garland by crocheting strips of lace and tying them onto a rope along with bits of satin or burlap ribbon to match the bride's colors!"
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Quick and Easy Crochet Wedding Patterns
If you're looking for something smaller and simple, consider one of these dainty and darling projects instead. A little hint of lace around your neck or wrist is a fun way to make your something new, something homemade too!
This section of free crochet wedding patterns features the most delicate crochet ideas for your wedding, from wearables to helpful items you'll need on your big day.
Some brides love the ideas of wearing a necklace on their wedding day. If you're wearing your hair up, it can help to elongate your neck and draw attention upwards. Consider crocheting this choker for your wedding or to wear at the ceremony.
Bridal gloves are not as popular as they once were but seem to be making a comeback. These fingerless gloves allow your ring to shine while still keeping your hands toasty. These accessories are perfect for a fall or winter wedding. If you don't want to wear them during your ceremony, you could always put them on before leaving the church.
Elegant, simple, and quick to work up, this little bracelet is the perfect piece of wedding jewelry. Make it as a gift for a bride or consider making a set for the whole bridal party to wear. You could even work in some little beads to match your color scheme or work in a vintage charm for your "something old".
Concerned about adding crochet to your wedding day? Why not create something for behind the scenes. These gorgeous wedding day DIY hangers are perfect for hanging dresses. The crochet details make the arms extra soft, ensuring that your details won't snag or stretch.
BONUS! This dainty flower crown crochet pattern will help you create the perfect accessory for that special occasion or photo shoot with your little lady! A brilliant wearable for your flower girl on your wedding day.
Love the idea of crocheted jewelry? We have over 60 ideas! Find more here:62 Crochet Jewelry Patterns (Free)
Bonus! Vintage Crochet Wedding Bouquet Pattern
Looking to toss a bouquet you can keep forever? Consider creating a crocheted bouquet instead. This sophisticated, vintage-inspired crochet project adds a unique detail to your wedding that will truly stand out.
All of the crochet flowers in this project are made out of a soft, white yarn. If you're looking for something that matches your theme, consider replacing a few that match your color scheme or even adding a few more crochet flowers to the mix.
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What was your favorite accessory or element on your wedding day?