Wedding wands are so gorgeous and you can make them to color match any wedding. In today’s video I am going to show you how easy they are to make.  These will be great for any wedding and they are such a lovely way to send off the bride and groom.  Also, they make gorgeous photos instead of the bride and groom being bolted in the eyes with bird seed.

diy wedding wands


DIY Wedding Wands Gold and Ivory Wedding Wands

Ivory Ribbon 5/8”
Tan Ribbon 5/8”
Silver/Gold Glitter Ribbon 7/8”
Ivory Ribbon 1/4”
12” Dowel Rod
Jingle Bell
Hot Glue
Measuring Tape


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DIY Tulle Pom Pom Wand – Princess Wand

DIY Princess Wand, How to make a tulle pom pom wand

My goodness! I have something totally adorable to share with you today. It’s pink, fluffy and oh so adorable! It’s a DIY tulle pom pom wand, otherwise known as a princess wand. These tulle pom pom wands are so cute and what makes them so great is they are so easy to make. You an make one in no time at all.

DIY Princess Wand, How to make a tulle pom pom wand

They make awesome center pieces and would add an extra special touch to any party! Yes, they are so versatile in which you can make them for any celebratory occasion by just using different color tulle. Birthdays, weddings, graduation parties, you name it, they will go great.
DIY Princess Wand, How to make a tulle pom pom wand


I’ve put together a video tutorial (see below) to show you exactly how to make the tulle pom pom wands you see in the above photo. While you watch, please subscribe and don’t forget to like the video. This will let me know that you enjoyed watching. As always, thanks for stopping by.

Watch here: How to Make a Tulle Pom Pom Wand

Until next time,