Spring weddings, to my mind, always associate with flowers. That’s why I think this flower garland is worth making and using as a pretty wedding backdrop or hanging across a door jam. You’ll need assorted flowers, twine 1mm wide, 1 long stick, tapestry needles and hot glue gun. First cut your twine into 2 to 5 foot sections. Then trim your flowers into small sprigs or single blossoms with an inch or two of stem. Then make about 6 garland using the knot or the stacking technique, each of which you can read on thekitchykitchen.com. Tie them to the twig or branch 6 inches apart. Finally, knot a length of twine at both ends of the twig or branch, making sure there’s not too much slack. Hang somewhere and enjoy!