Wedding Pom Poms

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One of the main design elements in my daughter’s weddingcame from an inexpensive, fun and easy (though time consuming) project that involved the whole family in preparation.

We used sheets of tissue paper to make simple pom poms for the church and reception. They were literally everywhere. We used purple, teal and white in varying sizes according to its placement and purpose.

Large white pom poms hung on the doors leading into the sanctuary, along with the couple’s monogram.
 
 
We also hung them from sashes draped over the memorial table and unity sand table on the platform.
 
 
We hung them down the aisles on the sides of the pews.
 
 
We hung them from the mantle behind the cake table.
 
 
Another shot of the beautiful mantle.
 
 
The pom poms even appeared on the food tables!
 
 
More decorations at the reception.
 
 
 
 
Here’s a link to instructions on making the pom poms.
You can see more of our wedding projects by checking out our treasure box for monetary gifts, my frugal tips for a DIY wedding (under $5000!) and the best frozen punch ever!
 
The cost of tissue paper and curling ribbon: $42

Wedding photography by these nice folks.

Check out JlyDesigns, our wedding designer (along with the bride) for more ideas.

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Comments

  1. Beautiful!!!

    Laurel 🙂

  2. Anonymous says:

    That is an ingenious idea! … and so much cheaper than flowers. I just love it and although our kids are only 6 and 8 (and hopefully marriage is a long way off yet … I keep reminding dd to finish school, work then get married and have babies) … I will keep this is mind 🙂
    So colourful and original.
    Maria G (Canada)

  3. April says:

    Love these! I’m making some for my dd’s ariel party, and was wondering if I should just do the turquoise but I seeing it with the purple, I love it!

  4. Love this post! I’m having a linky party, and would love for you to join! Here is the link http://www.thesouthernproductqueen.com/one-stop-shoppe-linky-party-3 Thanks for sharing!!!

  5. Chatty Chics says:

    Love these! I’ve never made them Marty but have heard they are very time consuming! I hope they appreciated them! Great job!
    Melody
    ChattyChics.com
    PS Hope to see you again Wednesday!

  6. Such a cute idea! I’d love to have you link this up to my party at http://scrapbookingez.blogspot.com/2012/01/anything-goes-linky-party_26.html. Thanks for sharing!

  7. Cute way to use the pom poms! They are such a fun addition to any decorations.
    Thanks for linking up to our Sunday Round Up link party. Hope to see you again this weekend 🙂
    xoxo
    Heather

  8. Lovely. I like using pom poms for bday parties! Thanks for linking to Things I’ve Done Thursday!

  9. Pat says:

    how did you attach the ribbon to the pew?

    • Marty Walden says:

      Hi, Pat. I’m so sorry I’m very late in answering your question about the pom moms but we just used clear tape to attach them. Thanks!

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