And we’re back with the last DIY from our pink spring table… the doily chair garland. It’s a wonderful way to adorn the bride and groom’s chairs.
And the cute paper doily flowers, which you will learn how to make below, can also be used for the place setting or to pretty up your favors. I love them!
You will need:
small round paper doilies
a hot glue gun
needle and white (or transparent) thread
Using 1 doily, fold it to form a cone and twist the end a bit.
They will look like this:
With your hot glue gun, glue 3 doilies together, so that they form an even and round flower.
The finished doily flower will look like this:
Now sew 7-10 doily flowers together, leaving some excess thread at the ends where you will hang the garland from.
Et voila! I didn’t worry too much about the flowers being evenly distributed until I hung the garland on the chair.
Arrange the doilies right on the chair and stick them into place with a little double sided tape, if needed.
Optional: To balance the look, I tied pink ribbon to the sides of the chair.