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As you know there are many possibilities to toss the bride and groom, as we show in this other post, but the confetti is usually an option quite demanded by our couples.

So following the idea of the previous blog post, we decided to teach you to prepare some bags of confetti to throw when the bride and groom leave the ceremony.

As a result we bring this simple DIY with which you can get that original and personalized touch that you look for your wedding. It is also very easy to do and with few materials will have very nice results.

You need the following materials:


– Heart-shaped driller machine.

– Colored papers.

– Cellophane bags 8x12cm.

– White card.

– Stamps.

– Ink.

– Stapler.

Let’s see step by step how to make this DIY.

Step 1

Select the paper color for the composition that you like and started punching maximizing the paper.

This is the most laborious part because it takes time to get enough of confetti. One tip is to drill separate each color and get it into different containers (we use plastic cups) and then perform color mixing.

This is one of our color compositions.



Step 2

We prepare 8x8cm cardboard like this.


Step 3

We fold cardboard in half.


Step 4

Get wet seals with the chosen ink and stamp.

We have printed both the back and the front.



In the front we stamp the initials of the bride and groom.


Step 5

Fill the bags with a handful of confetti in the color combination that you like.


Step 6

We close the bag and place it at the top of the ballot and stapled.


And voila, we have our bags of confetti. What do you think?



Image source: Dandelion Events

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