DIY’s are perfect to give your wedding an individualized touch and to create deco-items you can’t find anywhere else.
Now that the Easter holidays are over and the wedding season is right around the corner,
we would like to give you some last-minute deco ideas for your big day.
During our DIY-week, we will post some cool stuff each day.
The first DIY we would like to share with you is super easy and will look awesome, especially at night.
You will need: a hula-hoop, ribbon in the colour you like, some string, fairy-lights, scissors and scotch-tape.
First, you want to make sure that your hula-hoop is completely covered with the ribbon.
Just wrap the ribbon all around the hula-hoop and fix it with some transparent scotch-tape.
Now you have to measure out two long pieces of string. At this point, you should
think about how far from to ceiling you want to hang the chandelier later.
We would recommend measuring out at least the double the scope of the hula-hoop.
Once you have your string measured out and cut, you will have to fix it to the hula-hoop just by knotting the ends together.
The last step is wrapping around the fairy-lights. You want to make sure that the fairy-lights are secure
before you start wrapping them around. You can fix them with a little piece of string at this point.
To hide the battery, you should try wrapping a piece of the fairy-lights up along the string.
This way, the battery will be on top of the ceiling once you hang the chandelier and you can hide it easier.
Once you are happy with your results your hula-hoop chandelier is done and ready to use.
You should always keep in mind, that you can personalize this deco-item depending on your wedding-theme.
For example, you can wrap around some olive leave branches or tie around some coloured ribbons.
There are no limits to your fantasy!
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