DIY Wedding Wednesday: Pretty in Pink – Potpourri Baggie Favors

potpourri baggie wedding favors

I’m pretty positive that the color pink was created specifically for weddings. From blush to pastel, with its intrinsic femininity and softness, pink is a perfect fit for a celebration of love. So it’s no surprise I often find myself working it into a DIY Wedding Wednesday post, and today is no exception. With just a little touch of pink, by way of the sweetest fabric rosette and pink button trim, we’ll be taking a little burlap favor baggie to a whole other level of pretty. And with the addition of some aromatic (and pink, of course) potpourri, we’ll come away with the loveliest of guest favors. Excited? I am! Here’s how to get the look.

The Supplies

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The Step by Step

diy potpourri wedding favors - steps 1 and 2

Step 1: cut your fabric ribbon into approximately a 4.5 inch strand and fold it over in the middle.

Step 2: roll the folded strand into itself, creating a rosette.

diy potpourri wedding favors - steps 3 and 4

Step 3: to hold the shape, glue down the end point of your rosette.

Step 4: hot glue the rosette to your burlap baggie, centered just below the drawstring.

diy potpourri wedding favors - steps 5 and 6

Step 5: paint your button a soft pastel pink.

Tip: use a glue dot or sticky tack to hold your button in place while you paint. 

Step 6: once dry, hot glue your button to your baggie, below and to the right of your rosette.

Step 7 (not shown): fill your baggie with potpourri and finish off the look with a personalized tag attached with a mini clothespin clip.

The {Pretty in Pink} End Result

diy potpourri baggie favor diy pink fabric rosette pink mini button homespun favor tag

xoxo.

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