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a confetti table runner DIY...
20 Mar 2014

DIY Confetti Table Runner

After sharing images from our Garden Party brunch the other day, we had a lot of inquiries about the gold confetti table runner that graced one of the tables. So, I wanted to share this very easy, yet super pretty, DIY with you today.

DIY Confetti Table Runner

All you need is a roll of butcher paper (we used white but other solid colors would be pretty, too), glue dots, and jumbo confetti. We used the Oh Joy gold confetti dots which are unfortunately already sold out online but you can track them at your local Target store or you can also make your own dots with a big paper punch.

DIY Confetti Table Runner

DIY Confetti Table Runner

Start by cutting a sheet of butcher paper to the length and width that you'd like. I like 1/3 the width of the table and at least two feet longer than your table so it hangs over about 1 foot on each end. Then, attach the dots to butcher paper in a gradient so that they start off light towards the center and get heavier and more concentrated towards the ends.

DIY Confetti Table Runner

The result is a table runner that feels ultra luxe and special using only paper and glue!

{Process photos by Casey Brodley, party photos by Laure Joliet.}



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