If you’re planning on using confetti at your wedding then a gorgeous touch (and lovely talking point) is to create a confetti station from which guests can help themselves to their own cones of confetti. It’s a super easy, fun and affordable DIY that only takes a couple of hours. Get your bridesmaids involved and you’ll have whipped one up quicker than you can say Confetti Cone Station…
The trickiest bit of this DIY was finding the perfect photo frame. I wanted to find one that was a) simple but stylish, b) easy to dismantle, and c) big enough to hold oodles of cones. I trawled our local charity shops only to find one in the last shop I went in…and it was from Ikea. Should’ve gone straight to Ikea! However the perfect frame might already be hanging on your wall: if so, you can always dismantle it, transform it into a confetti station and then reassemble after your wedding day. There will be a couple of drawing pin holes in the back but no-one’s going to see them.
Picture frame (mine was 61cm x 91cm)
Mini wooden pegs
Double sided tape
The peg board is optional but this natural wood peg board was from Hobbycraft.
1. Remove the picture and the glass from the picture frame.
2. You then need to construct the cones. Half a doily will make one confetti cone, so fold a doily in half.
3. Cut down the folded line.
4. Attach a short strip of double sided sticky tape to the straight-edged part of the doily. Twist the doily into a cone shape, and when you are happy with it, unpeel the tape and stick the two edges together.