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Simple DIY Napkin Ring for a More Festive Fourth of July Wedding

Simple DIY Napkin Ring for a More Festive Fourth of July Wedding

There’s no better way to celebrate your Fourth of July wedding than to go for a thematic and unique wedding scene. There are lots of ways on how you can incorporate a patriotic theme in your wedding, one of those is to simply go for the red, white, and blue motif. To help you out, I’m going to share with you one of the easiest ways to incorporate the Fourth of July in your wedding or even for your bridal party. This simple DIY napkin ring will sure to bring a little touch of patriotic theme.

Simple DIY Napkin Ring for a More Festive Fourth of July Wedding

Simple DIY Napkin Ring for a More Festive Fourth of July Wedding

Let this Freedom Napkin Ring Add a Little Flair to your Table Setting

Congratulations to all of the coolest couples who decided to have their weddings on the Fourth of July in honor of our nation’s birthday. Because the Fourth of July is soon approaching, it is the perfect time to give some patriotic inspirations to weddings.

This DIY napkin ring will sure to carry the independence day theme on your simple wedding or even for your bridal party. Blitsy Crafts shares this creative 4th of July DIY craft to celebrate in this coming Fourth. Learn how you can bring out the Fourth of July wedding theme by this simple and very easy DIY napkin ring on you wedding. Can we start?

 

You’ll need

 

Step 1. Cut the Paper Roll

Step 1. Cut the Paper Roll | Simple DIY Napkin Ring for a More Festive Fourth of July Wedding

Using a paper cutter or a pair of scissors, cut the paper roll to make a ring. If your paper roll is not available, you can make your own cardboard ring.

 

Step 2. Cut the Bandana

Step 2. Cut the Bandana | Simple DIY Napkin Ring for a More Festive Fourth of July Wedding

Cut a strip from the bandana. The length and width will depend on your napkin ring.

 

Step 3. Wrap the Bandana

Step 3. Wrap the Bandana | Simple DIY Napkin Ring for a More Festive Fourth of July Wedding

Attach one end of the bandana using hot glue, inside the ring, and wrap it around the ring until it has fully covered.

 

Step 4. Glue the other End of the Bandana

Step 4. Glue the other End of Bandana | Simple DIY Napkin Ring for a More Festive Fourth of July Wedding

And then, attach the other end of the bandana using hot glue to secure.

 

Step 5. Add the Twine and Button

Step 5. Add the Twine and Button | Simple DIY Napkin Ring for a More Festive Fourth of July Wedding

Cut a length of twine and tie around the ring. Make sure to tie it in the center and then add the button.

 

Step 6. Glue the Button

Step 6. Glue the Button | Simple DIY Napkin Ring for a More Festive Fourth of July Wedding

Tie the button and glue it into the bandana.

 

Step 7. Make a Ribbon

Step 7. Make a Ribbon | Simple DIY Napkin Ring for a More Festive Fourth of July Wedding

Tie the remaining twine into a ribbon.

 

Use White Table Napkin

Use White Table Napkin | Simple DIY Napkin Ring for a More Festive Fourth of July Wedding

To incorporate our independence color theme, use white table napkin for red and blue napkin ring.

 

Watch the full video tutorial on the 4th of July Craft: Bandana Napkin Rings shared by Blitsy Crafts right here:

Whether you will have a grand celebration or a simple backyard wedding, this napkin ring is sure to complement your Fourth of July wedding theme. This is so affordable and doable that is sure to be loved by any DIY brides on a budget. Don’t forget to share your experience in making this DIY napkin ring. Happy fourth!

 

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Momma Mary

Hi there, I'm your Editor of Wedding Checklists. I'm a big fan of weddings and a self-proclaimed fairy godmother of Illinois. I love to lend a hand in organizing my friends' and relatives' wedding to help them have the fairy tale wedding they deserve. You can say that I am already a master in the art of wedding preparation. When not waving my magical wedding wand all over the place, I and my husband, with our two lovable twin daughters, spend our time binge-watching and re-watching Disney movies.

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