Five fun ways to display your confetti
22 Aug 2016
Take a look at these colourful and creative ways to display your wedding day confetti
Confetti is a must on your wedding day, after all, what better way is there to celebrate after you’ve said your ‘I dos”? Your confetti moment is fun and the photo of that special moment is guaranteed to be one of your favourites from your big day. So, why not make displaying your confetti fun too?
Shropshire Petals detail their top five fun ways to display your confetti:
1. Spell it out
Making words out of confetti is great way in which to display it. Delegate one of the ushers to spell out ‘love’, ‘Mr & Mrs’, your names or even a cheeky message to your guests from your chosen confetti on a table outside your ceremony. Just make sure it isn’t left in a windy spot!
2. Confetti cones
Provide your guests with confetti cones for your confetti moment. Each guest can easily take a cone and throw it high above you when you walk by. Cones can be placed in a variety of containers, such as baskets, wooden crates, vases and Shropshire Boxes. Mix and match your confetti cones to complement your wedding theme.
3. Vintage suitcases
Vintage style weddings are big this season. Why not display your confetti in a vintage suitcase? Place yours where you will be having your confetti thrown for guests to easily take a handful or two to shower you with.
How cute would your younger bridesmaids and page boys look holding a small bucket filled with your chosen confetti? Make them feel important by giving them the job of offering confetti to your guests – they will have fun handing it out and it will keep them occupied...for a little while at least. You could even order a little extra for them to have some fun with after your confetti moment, whilst photographs are being taken.
5. Confetti pops
Confetti pops are an exciting way for guests to shower you with confetti. Each guest gets a Confetti Pop and with a push, out explodes your confetti. Place your Confetti Pops in a container of your choice and make a sign asking guests to take one as they leave your wedding ceremony.