Are you looking for those personal unique touches for your wedding? Making your own paper flags could be the way to make your wedding stand out and it couldn’t be easier! Take a look at our 4 step DIY guide to making your own flags using decorative wedding tape for inspiration. Once you know the technique you could experiment with your own tapes or personalised paper notes to add something really special to your big day.

Wedding Paper Flags

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How To Make Paper Flags

Method: How To Make Paper Flags

  1. Carefully place a cocktail stick onto your chosen piece of decorative tape, making sure that the best part of the pattern will be on show.
  2. Fold the tape back over making sure that there is no messy looking overlaps.
  3. Snip the tape to the length you think looks best.
  4. Cut out a small triangle from the end to complete the flag.

Wedding Paper Flags

These paper flags can be displayed in bottles around straws, in champagne corks, as name cards, in cupcakes, doughnuts or anywhere on your dessert table. Now you know how to make paper flags, take a look at how you could tailor the idea slightly more to suit your wedding theme with some of these inspiration photographs of flags that we love.

Wedding Paper FlagsSource {Wedding Paper Flags in Cakes – Justin and Mary, Wedding Paper Flags in Bottles – Lisa Lefkowitz}

Wedding Paper Flags Source {Handwritten Wedding Paper Flags – Whim & Wanderlust }

Have a look in our shop to find everything you’ll need to make these really quick and easy wedding paper flags. If you haven’t got the time and want to see what other flags are on offer, pop to the shop to see plenty of fun and pretty alternatives!

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