We’ve long been fans of waving around wedding celebration flags and mini wedding yay flags at ceremonies. You can DIY them, buy them in bulk, get them customized to your favorite colors and sayings, and wave them to the sky. Bust out your “hell yeahs,” “the cake is a lie,” or the catchphrase of your choice and get to celebrating! Here are our favorite ways to wave wildly (with loads you can buy for your own wedding)…
Book-lovers, Toronto-lovers, and gorgeous-wedding-lovers: follow me to your wedding bliss. Book page rose centerpieces, book cover programs and table numbers, library card place cards, and so many more bibliophile deliciousness abound. But the bride’s way of dealing with her grief around planning may just bring a tear to your eye.
Erika and Emmanuel chose a Raleigh, North Carolina Moroccan restaurant called Babylon for their ceremony and reception spot. The venue’s brightly colored interior and exterior definitely complemented the fun vibe of the day! Wedding decor included wedding flags decorated with hearts and flags that read “Yay” and “Huzzah,” and Erika and Emmanuel carried their own “Mr. and Mrs. Emmerika” flags.
Ann and Eric wanted a festive conclusion to their wedding ceremony, so as guests entered the venue, they were handed “team flags” with the bride or groom’s name. Guests then cheered and waved their flags when the pair walked back down the aisle, and it looks like there were big smiles all around.
After seeing these burlap bunting/banners around, I decided I could make them myself. Here’s how to make these rustic burlap banners very easily and inexpensively.