Tools: Large Xacto knife, small blade for details,cutting mat, spray adhesive, sanding block (or sand paper), fine crushed glitter, single hole punch (knife works too), ribbon, pencil, poster board (or cardboard)
1. Choose glitter and ribbon that match your theme. I opted for silver and a coral colored ribbon, but a bright glitter paired with a subtle cream ribbon is a fun option too. This time I used white foam core, but cardboard works well too. Just choose something that is thin, but sturdy.
5. Using a hole punch or knife, poke a small hole at the top of each letter. String ribbon through, knotting at each end, so you have a long strand with each letter at opposite ends.
Thank you so much to Heather from HMN Photography for shooting these great photos of the finished product. Don't they look so good against the red chairs?
I hope you all have enjoyed Wedding Week as much as I have! These tips are perfect for brides to be but can also be used by anyone looking to throw a memorable bash. I can't thank my contributors enough for making Wedding Week so much fun. Make sure to check out all of the posts, including accessory trends from The Gown Shop, essential planning tips from PS & Associates, and photographer musts from Jess + Nate Studios. Also, don't miss the great memories and tips from other bloggers from earlier this week.
The Stella and Dot necklace giveaway ends on Monday so make sure to enter and keep tweeting for extra entries!