22 Funny Ways To Incorporate Lollipops Into Your Wedding

22 Funny Ways To Incorporate Lollipops Into Your Wedding
If you love various sweets, you’ll like this article! We’ve already told you about awesome and tasty candy bars, but today we wanna share some lollipop wedding ideas with you. So let’s add colors and a piece of summer into your big day! You can pick up a lollipop wedding theme and incorporate candies everywhere: add... 
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Romantic DIY Table Numbers For Your Big Day

Romantic DIY Table Numbers For Your Big Day
If you like (or are looking for) elegant and romantic wedding décor ideas, this DIY is for you! For this project you’ll need spray paint, ceramic candleholders, small oval photo frames, printable table numbers, vintage saucers, gold crepe paper, scissors, hot glue, foamy double-sided tape and paper rosebud embellishments. First assemble all your materials, then... 
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Easy DIY Watercolor Table Numbers For Your Wedding

Easy DIY Watercolor Table Numbers For Your Wedding
If you have a lot of watercolor and ombre elements in your wedding decor, these incredible table numbers would be a perfect addition. They’re super easy to make and you won’t need a long list of expensive supplies for this project. Here’s what you need to gather to get started: glass water bottles (check IKEA... 
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DIY String Art Wedding Table Numbers

DIY String Art Wedding Table Numbers
Wanna make cool table numbers to attract everybody’s attention? Here we are with a cool and trendy idea! You’ll need glued pieces of plywood, painter’s tape, white acrylic paint, gold acrylic paint. Adjust the size of the powerpoint slide to correspond to the paper you’re using. Create a rectangle and remove the fill, but leaving... 
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Easy And Pretty DIY Watercolor Table Numbers

Easy And Pretty DIY Watercolor Table Numbers
There’re tons of easy and inexpensive ways to add personality and color into your wedding décor. For example, take a look at these watercolor table numbers – pretty, colorful, cute and pretty! You can easily make them by yourself. Materials are gouache paints, a thin paintbrush, water color paper, picture frame, washi tape, printed fabric... 
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Chic DIY Wine Bottle Table Numbers

Chic DIY Wine Bottle Table Numbers
These beautiful table numbers are very easy to make and great for a vineyard or vintage wedding. The supplies are wine bottles, paper doilies, paper Mod Podge, acrylic paint, a sea sponge, a sponge brush, house numbers, 20 lb picture wire. Use gray and tan paint to sponge on the doilies giving them a “worn... 
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Budget-Friendly DIY Watercolor Table Numbers

Budget-Friendly DIY Watercolor Table Numbers
These cute table numbers are so easy to make and budget-friendly! You’ll need glass water bottles, vinyl number stickers, spray paint. After removing stickers and cleaning your bottles, dry them thoroughly. Place a number onto the bottle as straight as you can, burnish it with your fingernail. In order to hang my bottle upside down... 
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Colorful DIY Nail And String Table Numbers

Colorful DIY Nail And String Table Numbers
We’ve just told you of glam glitter table numbers, and here’s another idea – more dynamic and industrial. To make these numbers you’ll need a piece of wood (painted, preferable) that is wide enough to stand on its own, a number pencil, hammer nails and colorful yarn. Using a number stencil, trace the number on... 
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Glam DIY Gold Glittery Wedding Table Number

Glam DIY Gold Glittery Wedding Table Number
If you’re looking for some sparkly detail to add to your wedding décor, take a look at these glitterific wedding table numbers. Aren’t they just glam and cool? For the project you will need cardboard shapes (for numbers or initials or whatever else), strong all-purpose glue, glitter, wipeable work surface, wooden spatula glue spreader. First... 
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DIY Botanical Table Numbers

DIY Botanical Table Numbers
Botanical table numbers are easy to make and look fantastic on your wedding tables. To make them you’ll need an X-acto knife, card stock, mesh- pressed flowers, a ruler, glue, double stick tape, scissors. Measure out and cut paper to desired width. Mine was about 5 inches. Then fold in half so it will stand... 
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