Hi everyone! Today I am sharing a super romantic and whimsical dessert table backdrop that I created for Chris of Postcards & Pretties. Chris has been on vacation and she asked me, along with a bunch of other talented bloggers (see all of the posts here), to come up with a unique DIY for her readers as a guest post. I was more than happy to oblige since I am such a P&P fan and I just so happened to have a little project in the works that I knew would be perfect. So last week the dessert table backdrop that I came up with was revealed.
I have been wanting to do my own take on a dessert table backdrop for awhile now and this idea of hanging fabric circles is one my mind has been pondering. So I decided to combine the two ideas together and I think the result is simple (it won't draw all of the attention away from your yummy desserts) but still dreamy and light and whimsical...all things I love.
And it is hard to hate this backdrop when that delightful gold-sprinkled cake is sitting right in front of it. Oh my, this cake was sure yummy! I won't lie to you all, it was seriously $3 at Albertsons with some grocery store icing thrown on top of it. But clearly $3 is the magic number because it was dang good (super moist). My family and I feasted on it for a few days.
This DIY may seem complicated (someone commented that it looked tedious) and yes, it wasn't a quick project but the effect is definitely worth the time you put into it. DIY doesn't always mean "quick" and if you are making some special handmade elements for your wedding, I recommend spending the time to get things beautiful and just right. I am definitely a believer in details and having good craft. In my own experience, when I put a little more time and effort into things, I usually like the outcome a whole lot better. What about you? When you see DIY do you expect it to be something you can finish in a flash?
Head over to Postcards & Pretties to see more pictures and a detailed description of how I made this dessert backdrop. Also, check out my mason jar save the date that was also featured on P&P at the beginning of this year. Does anyone remember this baby?!
I hope you all enjoy the DIY today. Happy Tuesday!