Wedding Tulle Bows
After adding enough wedding tulle to
make your pew bows
large and puffy, you need to add in your foam for the flowers.
Remember how I had you
braid tulle into a circle?
This tulle circle should be about as big around as a Mini Decor holder. The deco holder has tabs on the sides where you can slip in ribbon or a piece of tulle, which can be used to tie it into place in the middle of the pew bow.
It can be a little tricky threading the tulle into the tabs, so I roll a corner of the tulle tightly and poke in just like you were threading a needle. You can also use a thin knife to tuck the tulle into the small slotted tab.
Thread short tulle lengths on both sides of the deco.
Now use those fabric pieces as ties to fasten the deco in the center of the bow. Tie tightly, just as you did the earlier lengths of tulle.
You can see deep into the bow where I tied the deco onto the braided tulle.
Now if you have the bow full enough, the filmy fabric netting should crowd in close, concealing the deco foam.
Here is how your finished bow looks. You are now ready to insert either fresh flowers or silk. Silk you can add right away. I would hold off inserting the fresh flowers until you are ready to go to the church. Then carefully dribble water on each deco until saturated. You can then add the fresh flowers. Otherwise you'd have to store the bows in a cool place and also worry about the flowers or tulle being crushed when transported. It only takes few minutes to insert the flowers once at the church.
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