DIY Wedding Wednesday: Goodie Bag Greatness

goodie bags

I used to think that nothing could replace the sinfully sweet as my go to goodie bag filler. But then the request came up to think outside the candy bar and I gotta say, it’s the creative side that I’m now seriously favoring. From fun filled confetti carriers to very necessary hangover healers, these goodie bag greats are a must grab for anyone looking to add a touch of clever and cute to their wedding festivities! Here’s how to get the looks.

Look #1: The Confetti Carrier

Whether it’s for your bachelorette, your shower or the big day, confetti is a wedding must have! Stuff yours into a convenient and oh so pretty goodie bag for the cutest of conveniences.

confetti bag

the supplies:
she said yes! printed flat pocket goodie bag, decorative ribbon and confetti

personalized goodie bag confetti

Look #2: The Very Necessary Hangover Kit

If the festivities went the way they should, everyone’s going to need one of these! At the very least, make sure all the besties in your bridal party are prepped and packing.

hangover kit

the supplies:
martini glasses flat pocket style goodie bag, advil, pepto, listerine strips, bandaid, energy drink and a starbucks card

martini design goodie bag hangover kit fillers

Look #3: The Kiddie Kit

Not only are the sweet kiddies at your event worth the extra effort, keeping them entertained is pretty much mission critical. Gift them with a goodie bag filled with fun activities, in a design itself fit for crafting, to ensure fun is had by all.

diy wedding ideas for kids kid activity kit supplies mini notebook favor candy tube



DIY Wedding Wednesday: Ceremony Confetti Cones


If I had to pick a favorite design approach it would be the blending of the new and the old. I love putting fresh twists on classics. And given how far back the tradition of the wedding ceremony goes, there’s plenty of opportunity to get creative. Today I’m playing around with updating the lovely sentiment of the rice toss, by a simple swap for preserved petals and a focus on presentation. Making the switch from rice to petal and individually packaging the petals in embellished clear acetate cones, gives guests a pretty and functional way of celebrating a bride and groom as they take their first steps as husband and wife. Here’s the easy DIY breakdown on how to create these pretties.

The Supplies


The Simple Three Step How To 

diy confetti cones - step by step

Step 1: Stuff your cone with the petals. Using whatever pointy ended object you have lying around (I used a paint brush) help guide your petals down the cone. This ensures they fill through to its narrow bottom. Use just enough petals to fill up the cone while still keeping a loose finish.

Step 2: Apply self-adhesive jewel stickers. For precise placement use a pair of tweezers. Nothing fancy required. Your everyday eyebrow tweezers will do!

Step 3: Add your ribbon. For easy bow tying cut more ribbon than you need and then snip to achieve the final desired length.

The Pretty End Result 

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