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3D Printed Wedding Accessories – 5 Fun Curated 3D Models

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by Akshay Gurdita
Aug 14, 2018

3D Printed Wedding Accessories – 5 Fun Curated 3D Models

Suit accessories, as with everything else fashionable, is constantly changing with the times. Use a 3D printer to keep up and even start some new trends!

Plastic, Metal, or Fabric?

A customized lapel pin and ring.
A customized lapel pin and ring. Source: Akshay Gurdita / All3DP

The most appealing aspect to 3D printing suit accessories is the ability to customize and create unique designs for any occasion, such as a wedding. Although these designs will be plastic rather than fabric or metal, fabric-like and metallic looks can also be recreated using some advanced 3D printing techniques.

This article covers some of the coolest 3D printed wedding accessories you can use to make your next suit or dress stand out.

1

Bow Tie

The stylish accessory in three different colors.
The stylish accessory in three different colors. Source: 3dglauber / Thingiverse

What it is: This 3D printed bow tie features a unique and stylish design that clips onto a shirt button.

Who designed it: Daniel Glauber (3dglauber)

Who printed it: 3dglauber and many other users on a wide variety of FDM machines.

Where to find it: Thingiverse

2

Lapel Pin

"Never wilts. Always in style." Source: Brandon George / Pinshape

What it is: This 3D printed wedding accessory comes with its own securing stick. Print it in whatever color you like to match your outfit.

Who designed it: Brandon George

Who printed it: Brandon George

Where to find it: You can purchase the STL file at Pinshape.

3

Cufflinks

The Dark Knight celebrates.
The Dark Knight celebrates. Source: 4x4print / Thingiverse

What it is: Lots of different cufflink designs are available online, but this Batman-themed one is our favorite and is also tried and tested to work well.

Who designed it: Though originally designed by joeybonez, this version is by Markus K (4x4print)

Who printed it: 4x4print and many other users on a variety of machines.

Where to find it: Thingiverse

4

Pocket Square

Stand out with this alternative pocket square.
Stand out with this alternative pocket square. Source: robomike / Thingiverse

What it is: This pocket square was made to match the style of the abovementioned 3D printed bow tie. Although not listed here, it’s very easy to print or design a straight edge rectangular pocket square as well if you’d prefer to go for a simplistic look.

Who designed it: Michael Cullinan (robomike)

Who printed it: Both robomike and hamano have created this 3D printed wedding acessory without supports.

Where to find it: Thingiverse

5

Bracelet

The Diagrid Bracelet.
The Diagrid Bracelet. Source: nervoussystem / Thingiverse

What it is: This bracelet design is from the Cell Cycle collection by Nervous System. Inspired by the complex form of radiolarians, a type of protozoa.

Who designed it: Nervous System (nervoussystem)

Who printed it: At least 80 users have successfully printed this design with a variety of machines and materials.

Where to find it: Thingiverse

License: The text of "3D Printed Wedding Accessories – 5 Fun Curated 3D Models" by All3DP is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

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