Beautiful Ruffle Burlap Lamp Shades were super easy and fun to make
The mother to be is an english major and father to be is a professor. tThey loooove Romeo and Juliet so I started the task of making rose balls cut from Romeo and Juliet. My plan was to have these as the centerpieces but once I realized how long this little (not so little) project took me, I decided to do a grouping of various hanging balls. The top is craft paper and the bottom is woven cord wrapped and adorned with pink ribbon.
Since flowers are a bit costly and some events have limited budgets I always prefer to do several different arraignments and scatter them through out the event. So here are a few different styles that added a lot.
This was a tea party and I wanted more than just a few tea bags. I wanted the tea to be a major roll in the design. Mighty Leaf Tea sells some wonderful loose leaf tea so I purchased 4 flavors in bulk and displayed them with a framed description of each tea. The aroma in the room was just amazing!
The centerpieces turned out so cute! Tissue paper balls in galvanized buckets toped with moss and a few paper roses. I added in a burlap curl and a moss baby bunny.
Cupcake Swing! I wish I had a few more photos but the lighting was harsh so they did not turn out that well
The favors were little bags with 3 various tea pouches from Mighty Leaf Tea
Let me know if you have DIY questions, I love to help!
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