Snazz up your wedding decor with a DIY floral frame backdrop #Floral DIY#decor#DIY#diy centerpiece#flowers#tutorial March 30 2017 | Guest post by Paige Payseno All photos via CuriousLola.com Related Post Snazz up your reception tables with these DIY menu candles If you're not that chill with DIY, this ultra easy DIY menu candles project could be the one task you feel comfortable undertaking in your... Read more This quick and easy DIY floral frame backdrop is a reusable rustic wedding decor element that will delight your guests. I love it because it can fit any wedding theme or style. It can be giant, or small and sweet, and you can use whatever frame you already have or find new or secondhand. Use it as a wedding ceremony backdrop or anywhere in your decor, then hang it up in your home when it's all done. Ready to see how to make it? DIY floral frame backdrop: Supplies needed: frame drill measuring tape 4 pipe straps 4 test tubes or party shot glasses screws wood, fit to the size of the shortest side of frame 2 screw eye hooks flowers (real or artificial) 12 stems of maidenhair fern (or greenery of your choosing) 7 stems of tulips (or whatever you like!) All of these items can be found at Home Depot or your local hardware store. Assembling the floral frame backdrop: 1. To begin, fit a pipe strap around a test tube and place it close to the center of your frame. Drill in two screws to each side. Continue to do this with the other three pipe straps and test tubes. 2. Next, drill the piece of wood to the opposite side as a spacer so that the frame sits straight on the wall. Hand screw the two screw eye hooks to the top of the frame and use twine to hang up your frame. 3. Finally, fill the test tubes with water and throw in those flowers! Prefer to learn via video? We've got you covered: More DIY floral goodness: How to make a DIY bouquet display (or how I learned to not hide my hard work in a closet) Now that you're married, you can start on the next chapter of your life: dealing with all of the stuff left over from your wedding! If you're anything like I… Read More Reporter Name * Reporter Email * Original text Enter the original text here. Edited text* Enter your suggested copyedit here. Notes You can add a note for the editor here. * Required information. Fix Typo Guest post written by Paige Payseno Curious Lola is a blog sharing our business, inspiration, and lifestyle blog for creatives. I'm Paige Payseno, Content Designer at Lola Creative a company that specializes in bold events, engaging visual content and styling for brands, and extraordinary weddings. Lola supports sustainable farming practices and floral design, bees, and creative education for kiddos. http://curiouslola.com PREVIOUS Lead the way to your ceremony with funny wedding direction signs NEXT Get your glow on like Tron with LED wedding accessories Show/Hide comments [ 4 ] I just want to have this in my house now. One more spot to always have fresh flowers/greens in. 1 agrees Reply Great idea to Do It Yourself! I like it! Reply This is awesome and I want one of these in my house! Reply Hey – I made this and it was pretty easy and fun but, head’s up, if you use the pipe straps and test tubes that the instructions/materials list links to, the test tubes will slide straight down through the strap. I added little hair rubber bands (the small ones you use in braids) and they are staying in place fine and can’t be seen under the frame. Reply Join the conversation Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Sign me up for your offbeat awesomeness newsletter! No-drama comment policy Part of what makes the Offbeat Empire different is our commitment to civil, constructive commenting. Make sure you're familiar with our no-drama comment policy. Biz owners & wedding bloggers Please just use your real name in your comment, not your business name or blog title. Our comments are not the place to pimp your website. If you want to promote your stuff on Offbeat Bride, join us as an advertiser instead.