Wedding Day Confetti | DIY Bride Series | Laurenda Marie Photography
OK you guys, if you're anything like me, even some simple DIY projects can seem daunting. The fear of a recipe not turning out or a craft project not coming together perfectly like those Pinterest pictures. I get it! I am here to tell you, this one cannot be screwed up!
Confetti is one of those party decors that never goes out style. It can transform a mundane table into a pretty spectacle, especially your dessert or gift tablescape on your wedding day! Melissa from Forever and a Day Events put together this beautiful blush, white, and glittery rose gold confetti that is oh-so simple!! Find some cardstock paper at a craft store to match your design (we recommend at least 2 different types), cut into 5-6cm strips, than cut the strips every 5-6cm to make tiny rectangles. The best part is, they don't have to be perfectly matchy matchy! A little variation in size is fine! Melissa creatively stored hers in small plastic tubes, also available at craft stores! Have fun with it, ladies!
Cardstock craft paper (in at least two colors)
Scissors or paper cutter
Cut the craft paper into 5cm strips. Use a paper cutter if one is available, or just eyeball if not! Cut the strips every 5cm to 6cm to create small rectangular confetti pieces. Sprinkle around your tablescape for a pretty pop of color and glitz!