- Mrs. Peach
- 9 years ago
- Wedding: March 2018 - Korean Presbyterian Church of Atlanta + Flint Hill
Hi Weddingbee!! It’s been so long… most of you probably weren’t around when I used to write. But a long time ago, I promised that one day I’d post this up, so here it finally is!
How to Make Mrs. Peach’s Triangular Prism Aisle Decor (by Binna Yi, my lovely friend who made these for our wedding):
You will need a sheet of rectangular paper (color of your choosing), glue, tape, and ribbon (at least one inch thick, color of your choosing).
Fold the piece of paper in half, the long way.
Fold the sides in half again, so you have quartered the paper.
The center fold (shown in red, below) will be the corner that sticks out, while the red end-flaps will be tucked on top of each other and glued.
Apply glue to one of the end flaps.
Fold the opposite end flap over, and completely onto the glued side.
Glue ribbon onto the lower end of the prism with a centimeter gap from the actual bottom. The ends of the ribbon should be glued on one side, so the back will look like this:
Now glue the ribbon to the upper end of the prism, with a centimeter gap from the top. The ends should be glued to the back of the prism, so the back will look like this:
To attach the prism to a pew, you will need ribbon. The length of ribbon you’ll need will vary depending upon the width of the top of the pew (which will be approximately two feet). Loop the ribbon around the top of the pew, and cross the ribbon in front. Then, tape the cross to the pew, so that the ribbon is secure.
Then, loop two pieces of tape so the sticky sides are facing out. Attach tape loops to the top and bottom of the back of the triangular paper prism. For added security, add a middle tape loop.
Tape the triangular prism to the pew. The ribbon on the upper part of the prism should cover the crossed ribbon on the pew.
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