Whether you’re celebrating an engagement, wedding or birthday, finding the perfect decorations and favors can be both expensive and time consuming to make. Here is an inexpensive and simple – yet unique – party favor for the free-spirited celebration.

blog ad 1


Step one: color palette
When gathering your supplies, keep in mind the color palette for your table. You may have a collection of feathers you have gathered over the years, or you may want to purchase craft feathers, which come in many colors and sizes. You want the three elements of this favor (feather, tag, and ribbon) to complement each other well.

Step two: tying the tag
Loop a piece of string through the hole in your tag. Attach it to the feather by tying a tight knot around the stem.

Step three: securing the ribbon
First, cut off any extra string you might have from the tag. Then using the ribbon, tie a bow around the stem of
the feather. Be sure to tie it on top of the string so that it doesn’t show.
Easy as pie! Using a complementary cloth napkin, include one of these at each table setting.

Rachel (160 Posts)
blog ad 2

Rachel Beyer is an artist, designer and creative maker based in Portland, OR. She loves crafting, party planning and illustration. Rachel runs her own creative blog, Adventures In Making and also has a line of greeting cards, art prints and handmade goodies called Camp Smartypants.


Leave a Reply