Confetti System has been credited with the original tissue tassel design and now you can buy tissue tassel garlands from many shops on Etsy, but if that’s not in your budget, the good news is that they’re quite easy to make! There are many online tutorials if you want to try making one yourself for your next event.
I’ve gathered a few traditional and some unique ways to use tissue tassels to dress up your party.
Kori at Paper and Pigtails used tissue tassel garlands to decorate for her daughter’s outdoor Mermaid party.
This tissue tassel garland was placed on the front door to welcome guests to a baby shower, from Pear Tree Greetings.
Tissue tassel garland used as a pretty party table backdrop. From Amy Atlas Events.
Kim from The TomKat Studio used a smaller version of tassels to decorate chair backs.
Use tissue tassels and hang from branches for pretty centerpieces. Image from Martha Stewart Weddings via Coco + Kelley.
Hang tissue tassels from oversized balloons for a stunning effect. Photo by Geronimo Balloons.
Decorate a cake plate with mini tissue tassels to match your event. From Home Made Simple.
Sarah from Confetti Sunshine used tissue tassels as a colorful table runner.
Dawn from Ruby May Designs used a tissue tassel banner across the front of her dessert table. Via A Blissful Nest.
Forever*Cottage used tissue tassels to add some decor to her daughter’s bedroom.
I personally am loving the tissue tassel trend and I’ve been wanted to try making them myself for some time now. I made some large ones and they were easy enough, but everything’s better in mini, right?! so I made some mini tissue tassels as well.
Head over to my blog for the tutorial on how to make a mini tissue tassel garland for a sweet and simple cake topper.
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