Wedding Tutorials Day 3 - Confetti

Hi Everyone

Today I will show you how to make the Confetti Bags I created for my sister's wedding - SO EASY!!


Confetti Bags
Your guests can either use these to shower you with love or keep them as a little memento of your day. Note - the punch I used was the Fiskars Butterfly Punch and the papers are from the Nantucket Collection from Pink Paislee

 

These are super simple to make with scraps of paper and dollar-store baking paper and organza bags!


  1. Gather up any paper scraps you would like to use and using a decorative punch, create lots of colorful shapes
  2. Using cheap baking paper and the same punch, create lots more shapes. Eight layers of paper at a time was perfect with this punch but you might need to experiment
  3. Gather them together in a pleasing ratio!
  4. I used cheap organza bags ($2 for 5 from the dollar store) as my confetti holders, but you could use cello bags or the favor containers here!


You can see all my wedding related tutorials by following the links below:

  1. Placecards Tutorial
  2. Flowers Tutoria
  3. Confetti Tutorial
  4. Favors Tutorial
Please post a comment with any questions.

Lowri

I am linking up this post to these websites here

20 comments:

  1. Gorgeous little bags of butterflies!

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  2. Love the use of butterflies. So unique.

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  3. These look so pretty, and such a great idea x
    Wendy x

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  4. how festive. i am a follower! rush88888 at gmail dot com

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  5. These are so so pretty, I want to make some for my friends wedding coming up in the spring. Love your blog, thanks for all the great ideas.

    kittcattchan@aol.com

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  6. ...more wedding favor ideas!!!..:)... Pleeeease?!....

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  7. I would LOVE to win this. It is so sweet and I just love it! I already follow you and get your emails. I found you first on pintrest. Your blog is very cute.
    Amy

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  8. I am a new follower as of a couple days ago -before I knew you had a give-away. :) I really like this post, and the deck of cards post too! I love simple things I CAN do with great tutorials. I'm going to give winning this a shot, though I've never won anything in my life!
    Carmen0777 at gmail dot com or mskyles11 at mchsi dot com thank you!
    Carmen Skyles

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  9. We did a similar idea with flower seeds inside - since confetti wasn't allowed where we got married. Our guests took them home and grew them! :)

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  10. I am a follower and would love to win this for a cute couple getting married!
    I enjoy your blog. My sister lives in NZ so it feels extra special!

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  11. Fun Confetti Bags! Would love to win the 52 Reasons I love you!!

    lauraleelien at yahoo

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  12. I love your site and your tutorials!! I already follow you and I would like to see more cakes geared toward the adult male or themes appropriate for them other than just the ordinary sports cake. I would love to see any suggestions you have! :)


    Noosa Beach Weddings

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  13. I am also a new follower. I found you through Pintrest which I am new to as well. You have very creative ideas and hope to use them and share them. I do a lot of party and wedding planning with friends and family. You're ideas will sure sure to be hit!

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  14. I forgot to give my email in case I win the "52 Reasons Why I Love You" Contest...dstress66@hotmail.com

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  15. What an adorable idea! Love it!

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  16. Wow I was just thing about what I could make for my 2 granddaughter classes for Valentine treats. Thanks and I will now be a new follower

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  17. Super cute idea!


    Stopping by from TT & J and would LOVE for you to come by and link this up at my “Create and Inspire” Party! :)
    http://www.littleinspiration.com/2012/01/create-and-inspire-party-giveaway-link.html

    Thanks so much!

    P.S. New follower

    Angie from A Little Inspiration

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