Make these "marriage can be messy" napkin rings

Updated Mar 15 2021

Today is "Disney Day" on Offbeat Bride. Why? Because we like you! These nifty napkin rings prove that you can inject a bit of Disney into any wedding idea…

marriage can be messy napkin rings

Tribesmaid Sinfulpixie is an artist who's obsessed with Disney, and her fiancé is a Geography major. They decided to combine their interests into a wedding theme of "Geographically Drawn Together." Check out their cleverly DIYed napkin rings that read "Marriage Can Be Messy" in that fantastic Disney font!

Here's how she made them herself…

I estimated the diameter of the circle that it'd have to be (I quite literally went into my kitchen, took a knife, fork and spoon and wrapped them in a paper towel and measured across, lol). Then I designed the label in Photoshop, using the compass rose as a background and the Walt font — I had to re-arrange and fiddle with the sizing and placement of the words to get them all to fit.

Originally I was going to try to print them out on those adhesive peel labels you can buy at the office supply stores, but upon seeing that 100 of those were $20 I checked on VistaPrint to see if there was any type of thing on there I could use. They have 1.5" diameter circle stickers labeled as Envelope Seals. I bought 200 of those and they ended up costing me about $8 for all 200.

I took regular copy paper, cut it up using my handy-dandy Martha Stewart paper-cutter to wrap around the napkin rolls. After having a nice pile of paper strips and all my stickers, I got a little drunk and proceeded to roll all of them up, wrap the paper strip around, and then stuck it together with the stickers.

    • well now I just feel dirty, lol.. but I guess the bedroom can be the second most magical place on Earth! lol

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