floral cushion covers DIY Project- Magnolia Floral Chair Garland by Stockroom Vintage for Old Time Pottery personalized wedding gifts

 floral cushion covers     |      2020-01-17 23:14

Hello! It's Elizabeth from Stockroom Vintage back with another wedding DIY project. I'm so excited to share this faux floral chair garland with you all. When I first started shopping Old Time Pottery for craft project ideas for this new partnership with the store and The Budget Savvy Bride, I knew I wouldn't be able to resist the store's faux flower section for long–;there were just so many blooms calling my name!

This floral chair garland was the perfect antidote for my spring fever. And did I mention it was easy? So easy! All you need are a handful of stems featuring big, single bloomsfloral cushion covers, a glue gun and some ribbon. (I adore the burlap wire ribbon I found in store!) I envision these garlands adorning the chairs at a sweetheart table at your reception, but you can certainly make longer garlands to use at your dessert table, welcome table or, well, really any spot at your ceremony or reception that is begging for some gorgeous, sunny decor. Be sure to visit my post on the Old Time Pottery blog for the full tutorial for my magnolia floral chair garlands. I would love to hear what you think of the final product! What kinds of flowers would you use to make your own version?

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Photography: Alissa Saylor Photography| Vintage Furniture: Stockroom Vintage Event Rentals

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