If you’ve been around the wedding block once or twice, then I’m sure you’ve seen cupcake liners used as décor before. Admittedly, it’s not a super new concept, but I’ve been seeing some great do-it-yourself ideas lately that I thought I’d share with you guys today. If you’re interested in trying any of the projects out for yourself, I found lots of cute cupcake liners at Shop Sweet Lulu, Hey Yoyo, Emerald + Ella and The Birthday House.
More DIY Tutorials Using Cupcake Liners
Hang a wreath in your home during the holidays, or consider hanging them on the backs of the bride and groom’s chairs at a wedding reception.
Strung party poms and pomanders, because it just felt wrong leaving them out of this roundup.
String cupcake lights above your sweets table at your reception. I found several DIY projects for this one via Ikea Hackers, Real Simple and Curbly.
Top your jarred wedding favors with cupcake liners in your favorite color or pattern.
Class it up even more with a garland of cupcake liners, white lace and fabric.
Just for fun: Cupcake flowers and a crepe paper flower bouquet.
Leave a special message for each of your guests with a cupcake liner fortune cookie at each place setting.
I thought this sweet heart would be a great decorative addition to a bridal shower.
I thought this was interesting – whimsical and somewhat modern at the same time. A piece of wall art using large orange thumbtacks, paper doilies, and cupcake liners.
Since cupcake liners are obviously made for cupcakes, why not kick it up a notch?
…and even more party decorations via Babble.
Be sure to hop on over to A Paper Proposal for more paper inspiration!