Top Ten: Confetti Ideas

Inspired by that incredibly cool Esquire cover from the 1950s, here are top ten ways to incorporate confetti details into your wedding. I love confetti in unexpected shapes, like those little hearts, and in unexpected places, like inside clear balloons. Where will confetti show up at your celebration?

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DIY Confetti Gift Tags

Using kraft paper tags, double stick tape, and rainbow confetti, it's easy to make custom gift tags. Use them on the gifts for your bridesmaids! Image: A Life Handmade


Confetti Filled Favor Boxes

Give your guests an extra surprise by filling their to the brim with colorful confetti. Image: MaeMae Paperie


Confetti Bar

Mix your own confetti at the reception with a confetti bar! Use 4-5 different types of metallic confetti and clear bags to create this whimsical favor idea. Image: Brooklyn Bride


Confetti Decorated Cake

DIY your own version of this whimsical cake with confetti details by placing an array of edible confetti sprinkles on a simple, buttercream cake. Image: i am baker


Tear and Toss Confetti Bags

For the walk back down the aisle, have guests tear open individual confetti bags and shower you with DIY confetti. Use a heart paper punch and fun patterned papers to create your own. 

image: The Pink Couch

Colorful Confetti Favor Bags

Colorful, confetti printed bags have a flat base so they stand upright when filled with wedding favors. Image: Poppies for Grace

$12.95 for ten

Confetti filled balloons

One of the easiest ways to add a touch of confetti to your next party. Fill clear balloons with a handful of paper confetti, then blow up. So cute! Image: Kojo Designs


Dance floor confetti

Two words: Confetti Cannon. No good dance party is complete without one! Image: oncewed


Thank You Cards

Keep the confetti theme going straight through to your thank you cards with these from Minted. Available in two additional color combos. 

$2.14 for 100

Vintage Magazine Cover

Back in 1958, multi colored confetti was all the rage too, as seen on this vintage Esquire cover. Image: Creative Journal

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