They’re done! As of this afternoon, all fifty of my wedding pom-pons are DONE and ready to be stored until they’re hung at my March 5 wedding. Here’s the how-to in case you missed it last week. Many thanks to all of the friends who helped me make these things!
How to make coffee filter pom poms.
jelly jar + glue + old tissue paper = luminary. Easy peasy.
As I scour the web in search of wedding inspiration, I repeatedly return to Etsy hoping to find a newly-listed vintage piece, handmade jewelry, or cute thingamabob. Here are my recent favorites.
Inspired by the Venice, CA city sign and vintage carnival signs.
After finishing my 15th coffee filter pom-pom, I decided I needed to change things up for a minute. I happened to have wedding hairpiece ideas on the brain, so I thought I’d experiment with using some of the dyed coffee filters to try my hand at making a hairpiece. What do you think?
Phase two of how to make a coffee filter garland.
Do you know how to hands sew? That means you can make an adorable pom-pon garland out of coffee filters.
Pattern via Martha Stewart Weddings.