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17+ Easy Crochet Wedding Patterns

Are you planning your wedding and want to include handmade on the big day? I’m sharing some fabulous ideas in this collection of easy crochet wedding patterns.

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From simple but very effective crochet wedding decorations to an easy crochet lace bridal garter (and everything in-between), you’re sure to find the perfect wedding accessory that matches the emotions of your day.

montage of four photos showing a crochet wedding bouquet, crocheted bride and groom dolls, wedding gnomes and crocheted wedding cakes

If you’re looking for a crochet wedding gift, most of these patterns would work for that too.

Wedding crochet patterns in this collection include:

  • Wedding Cake
  • Lace Pouch (perfect for crochet wedding favours)
  • Sachet (add favors or fill with dried lavender)
  • Flower and Ribbon (pretty up those blank boxes)
  • Wedding Dolls (Bride and Groom/Bride and Bride/Groom and Groom)
  • Wedding Bears
  • Keepsake (hearts)
  • Baskets
  • Table Centrepiece
  • Lace Heart Bunting
  • Ring Bearer Pillow
  • Triangle Shawl
  • Bridal Bouquet Wrap
  • Lace Bridal Garter
  • Boutique Flower Headband
  • Flower Bracelet
  • Buttonhole Tiny Bouquet
  • Crochet Gnomes – bride and groom
  • Crochet Wedding Bouquet
  • Crochet Wedding Horseshoe

Crochet Wedding Patterns

Clicking on the numbered pattern will take you to the free wedding crochet pattern.

The majority of the patterns are written in US crochet terms.

For my UK crocheters, the table below is a conversion of basic crochet stitches from US to UK.

US Crochet TermsUK Crochet Terms
single crochet (sc)double crochet (dc)
half double crochet (hdc)half treble crochet (htr)
double crochet (dc)treble crochet (tr)
treble (tr)double treble (dtr)
double treble (dtr)triple treble (trtr)

1. Tiny Wedding Cake Crochet Pattern

3 tiny crocheted three tired wedding cakes in pink and red roses and yellow sunflowers
Photo credit: Crafty Kitty Crochet

What better way is there to celebrate your big day than with a crocheted wedding cake!

These little cakes are easy and fun to make, and this free pattern has lots of photos to guide you.

The design of these cakes is based on a tiered wedding cake, and each layer is decorated with crocheted “ribbons” in a contrast color. Customize your cake with your choice of flowers – rose bunches or sunflowers.

These would make great wedding favors or table decorations. 

A fun and personalized gift for your wedding guests to keep and remember!

2. Crochet Wedding Favor Bags

Wedding favour bag in hessian and a blue crocheted mandala used to close the pouch
Photo Credit: HanJan Crochet

These small bags are the perfect size for your wedding favour bags.

Combining hessian and mandala crochet I think makes this project unique! You’ll start by crocheting a mandala in thread. Once you’ve made a small hessian pouch, the next step is to sew the mandala on before adding a button to secure.

It’s a really easy process that gives a classy and elegant result don’t you think?

3. Crochet Wedding Favor Sachet Pattern

small crocheted pouch in white with silk ribbon and a blue background
Photo Credit: Lion Brand

This is a free crochet accessory pattern made with light weight (DK) yarn.

It’s easy to crochet with single crochet stitches (UK double crochet).  The closure is simply ribbon threaded through giving an elegant look. 

It will be easy to match the colour of the ribbon with your chosen colour palette.

Measuring 3 x 3 in. (7.5 x 7.5) cm, the perfect size for your wedding favor bags.

4. Flowered Wedding Box Favor

Small cardboard box deorated in ribbon and a white crocheted flower
Photo credit: Yarnspirations

These little crochet flowers add a beautiful personal touch on gifts from you to your wedding party or guests.

With only 3 rounds for the petal and 2 rounds for the centre of the flower, you’ll be able to work these up in no time.

Do you have a favourite flower? There are several crochet flower patterns in my list of free patterns. You could easily switch it up!

5. Crochet Wedding Dolls

crocheted wedding dolls wearing wedding dress and suit with brown yarn for skin
Photo credit: Crochet to Play

What I love about this pattern is the different options – so versatile! 

Crochet the Bride and Groom, the  Bride and Bride  or the Groom and Groom.

The options include:

  • different colour skin
  • different dress
  • different hair styles
  • beard
  • different hair colour
  • bow tie
  • straight tie

Easy to mix and match to create your own unique wedding dolls.

The pattern includes a photo tutorial as well as the written instructions.

You’ll need:

  • worsted/aran weight yarn
  • E/3.5mm crochet hook
  • yarn needle
  • stuffing
  • safety eyes

This wedding crochet pattern is an intermediate crochet skill level (or give it a try if you’re an ambitious beginner!).

The finished wedding dolls are about 9” tall.

6. Crochet Mini Wedding Bears

crochet wedding bears in white wearing top hat and bow time and carrying flowers and wearing a veil
Photo credit: Amigurumi To Go

These bears are 4.5” high sat down – how cute do they look!

Once you’ve crocheted the bear (instructions on a different link) you’ll make these wedding accessories:

  • Top Hat
  • bow tie
  • bouquet of flowers
  • veil

Crocheted in Worsted/Aran weight yarn.  A smaller hook size (4mm) is used to make sure the stitches are tighter.

This free pattern is a great introduction to amigurumi.

7. Crochet Love Heart

crocheted pink hearts in four different sizes
Photo credit: Planet June

If you’re looking for a crochet wedding keepsake for your guests, I think hearts make the perfect gift.

What would make this keepsake even more personal and unique is to glue the heart to a piece of card with a special message.

Crochet hearts are a quick and easy crochet project but if you don’t have time, you could buy them already made and request personalised text.

You’ll find more crochet hearts in my roundup of free patterns.

8. Jute Twine Crochet Baskets

hessian crocheted basket with white ribbon threaded through the handle and tied with a bow
Photo credit: Angelika Liusinska

These rustic style crochet baskets would be perfect to use for your flower girls or as part of your crochet wedding table decorations.

This paid pattern includes step-by-step written instructions, pictures and diagrams.

Materials needed:

  • YarnArt Lily (225m per 50g) in white
  • Natural jute twine, 3-ply
  • Natural jute twine, 2-ply
  • Hook size: 5mm, 2,5mm, 1,5mm
  • Satin ribbon 12mm and 7mm in diameter (for the bows), white
  • Daisy flower lace satin ribbon (you need 4 flowers for the bows), white
  • Pearl beads (2pcs.) 4mm in diameter
  • Burlap/jute ribbon (2,5cm wide)
  • Tapestry needle
  • Scissors
  • Glue

This pattern is aimed at intermediate skill level.

There are a couple more basket patterns that would make great table decorations or filled with treats for your guests. You’ll find them in the Easter Crochet collection.

9. Crochet Wedding Table Centrepiece

crocheted wedding tablepiece of a white heart on a stick and white crocheted rosebuds
Photo Credit: The Knitting Network

How fab do these hearts look added to a dowel rod nestled in a bouquet of crochet roses!

I think this would work really well for a wedding table centrepiece.

The glimmering pearl beads add a sophisticated finishing touch.

Materials Needed:

  • 1 x 50g (155m) 100% 4 ply Cotton and small amount in a contrasting colour for embroidery
  • Size 3.50 crochet hook
  • Washable stuffing
  • 14 small pearl beads

Skill Level: Intermediate

10. Irish Hearts Filet Lace Wedding Bunting

crochet Irish hearts in white strung together to make a bunting
Photo credit: Bertie Boo Creations

This bunting is a relatively quick and easy project.

You can customize your bunting to complement your wedding colour palette.

Beginner-friendly stitches are used to create this pretty bunting.  You only need a working understanding of these stitches:

  • slip stitch
  • chain
  • single crochet
  • half double crochet
  • double crochet
  • treble crochet

This is a  great stash buster project too!

You’ll find more bunting patterns suitable for your wedding in these hand-picked free bunting patterns.

11. Crochet Ring Bearer Pillow

crochet ring bearer pillow in white
Photo Credit: Cobbler’s Cabin

This ring bearer pillow is so elegant! And at 9 inches is the perfect size.

You will need:

  • 9 inch white satin pillow
  • approximately 150 yds of Size 10 white cotton crochet thread
  • size 1 steel crochet hook
  • needle and white thread
  • 24 inches of ¼ inch white satin ribbon (optional)

Stitches used in this intermediate crochet project:

  • Slip stitch
  • Chain
  • Single crochet
  • Half double crochet
  • Double crochet
  • Treble crochet

This pattern is available in Word or PDF format.

You’ll find Mr & Mrs Pillows (and other fab designs of pillows) in a collection of free crochet pillow patterns.

12. Easy Crochet Shawl Pattern

crochet shawl in pink close up of shoulder
Jera’s Jamboree

My pattern is perfect for a bridal shawl.

Lightweight and lacy, it will take the chill off your shoulders as you go through the day and evening.

Worked from the top down and using double crochet (US single crochet) treble crochet (US double crochet), crossed treble stitches (US crossed double stitches) and half treble crochet (US half double crochet), you’ll have this hooked up in no time.

Great for bridesmaids too!

Materials you need:

  • 100g James C Brett Baby 4 ply – colour code 8
  • 5mm hook
  • Stitch marker (optional)
  • Scissors
  • Tapestry needle (for sewing in ends)

13. Bridal Bouquet Wrap

Bouquet of pink flowers with a lacy pink crocheted wrap around the stems
Photo credit: Yarnspirations

This crocheted fabric wraps around the flower stems of the bouquet and is secured by buttons.

This bouquet wrap measures 6” (15 cm) high x 8” (20.5 cm) wide.

An easy free pattern, this is THE perfect wedding accessory for the members of your wedding party carrying bouquets of fresh flowers.

14. Easy Crochet Lace Bridal Garter

bridal garter crocheted in cream with red roses in the background
Photo credit: Kirsten Holloway Designs

This easy crochet lace wedding garter is beautiful. 

Delicate lace details, and a simple flower with pearl centre give this a vintage or Victorian era feel that’s perfect for country, or romantic style weddings.

Stitches Used (US Crochet Terms):

  • ch = chain
  • sl st = slip stitch
  • sc = single crochet
  • hdc = half double crochet
  • dc = double crochet
  • 3dc cluster = dc3tog in same stitch
  • st/sts = stitch/stitches
  • sp/sps = space/spaces
  • sk = skip

The garter fits up to a 18” leg (measuring circumference 1″ above the knee) although there are instructions for how to make it larger.

If you prefer a PDF to download, this pattern is also available to purchase on LoveCrafts.

15. Boutique Flower Headband

crocheted flower headband in white flowers and green leaves
Photo Credit: Mon Petit Violon

Not specifically designed for weddings, but I couldn’t resist adding this flower headband.

There are step by step descriptions (and a photo tutorial in the instructions as well). 

Approximate measurements for each age (from baby to adult) are also included.


  • small amount of yarn in three colours – white, green and grey (the pattern uses 100% cotton DK weight or LIGHT 3 yarn, but it can be made using sport weight or worsted weight yarn as well)
  • crochet hook 3.25mm (D), or size you feel comfortable to work with the yarn of your choice
  • tapestry needle

Stitches US crochet terms:

  • st(s) – stitch(es)
  • ch – chain stitch
  • sc – single crochet
  • dc – double crochet
  • tr – treble crochet
  • sl st – slip stitch
  • sp – space

This easy flower headband is a glamorous accessory for the bride and I think it’s suitable for anyone in the wedding party.

If you’re looking for an easier flower headband, this collection of boho crochet patterns has a simpler pattern.

16. Flower Crochet Bracelet Pattern

crocheted flower bracelet with daisy and leaves
Photo credit: Thoresby Cottage

Another crochet pattern that isn’t designed specifically for a bride but I think would make a gorgeous accessory for either the bride or bridesmaids is this flower bracelet.

Worked in DK cotton, it won’t stretch out of shape and will feel cool on your wrist.

It is worked as a base piece with a spray of flowers and leaves stitched onto the base.  Measure the foundation chain of the base around your wrist for fit and you can make it bigger by crocheting a longer loop to close the bracelet.

Change the colours of the petals to suit your colour palette in this free and easy pattern or keep them the same for a whimsical and cheerful look.

This bracelet would make a gorgeous crochet wedding souvenir.

17. Crochet Flower Bouquet Pattern

a white hand is holding a crocheted spray of flowers
Photo credit: Ollie and Holly

I think this crochet tiny bouquet would look great as buttonholes on the lapel of a tux or suit jacket.

Separated into four patterns for the different elements, you could choose to crochet just the baby’s breath … although all four together do look fabulous.

What would make it even better is crocheting a sample of the flowers in your bouquet!

18. Wedding Gnomes

Two crocheted gnomes - one in white and one in black with a with shirt and bow tie joined together with two crocheted rings handing at the end of their hats
Those Yellow Things

This crochet gnome pattern is adorable!

The bride and groom are attached at the hands and tips of the hats. You could easily swap this to make two brides or two grooms. Or even leave off attaching them together.

The pattern is worked in both continuous and joined rounds and includes instructions for making the rings.

If you wanted to add hair, this free pattern includes instructions for how to do this.

I’m thinking you could use surface crochet to add the couple’s names to make a fab crochet wedding gift.

  • Finished size: Total height is about 10” tall, each gnome is about 4” x 4” big

This pattern is a free PDF download via Ravelry.

19. Crochet Wedding Bouquet

A wedding bouquet is crocheted in different colours resting on a chair
Laleh Crochet

The colours of this crochet wedding bouquet give such a romantic vibe.

It would be easy to change the colours to suit your wedding theme!

This is a paid pattern.

The pattern includes:

  1. Diagram /chart
  2. Detailed photos step by step
  3. Written description in English included
  4. 3 (three) video tutorial on how to make the flowers, how to attach the flower to floral wire, and how to decorate the holder

20. Crochet Wedding Horseshoe Pattern

A horseshoe is laid flat.  It is crocheted in an olive colour with a spray of crocheted roses at the bottom
Wilky Woolie Designs

This is the best horseshoe I could find during my research – the pattern is paid (at the time of writing this roundup only 1.80).

If you use Stylecraft Special DK and a 3.5mm hook, your horseshoe will be approxmately 16.5cm high and 15cm wide.

I’m thinking a crochet wedding table decoration or even a motif to add to a gift. What do you think? The designer also suggests adding numbers to the centre of the horseshoe for an anniversary gift.

If you’re looking for a horseshoe that doesn’t have any decoration, this free crochet wedding horseshoe pattern might suit you better.

I hope my crochet wedding ideas have inspired you.

Happy Crocheting!

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