We are so excited to show you this DIY with silk flowers and beautiful fabric that’s perfect for wedding photo booths, backdrops for baby showers, dessert bars, or simply as wall decorations for your home.

How To Make a Tulle Frame Backdrop | BalsaCircle.com

To start, you'll need plenty of tulle fabric in your favorite color. We went with a combination of pink and lavender tulle cut into 18" long strips but you can customize to match your party decorations! Just remember to choose silk flowers that would compliment your color scheme. For this DIY, we used a mix of peony bouquets from pink to mauve. Mixing hues so there's some variety will make your backdrop look so much more interesting - no need to have everything match perfectly!

Once we created the (no sew!) tulle skirting and attached it to the cardboard backing, it was easy to fill in sections of silk flowers with a bit of hot glue. Our cardboard frame was 28" x 34" so it was perfect as a dessert bar accent but you can go bigger to create a full photo booth. Just be sure to place each tulle layer 4-5" below the previous layer to get that full and fluffy tulle look. 

How To Make a Tulle Frame Backdrop

Now you're ready to hang this frame up with a bit of burlap cord. You can also simply lean it against a wall if using this indoors or use 3M velcro strips to secure it to a surface. 

This DIY tulle frame truly looks so gorgeous and you can use it for so many party set-ups! You can hang a smaller one of these in a nursery or just imagine your cake or dessert bar with this as an accent.  

How To Make a Tulle Frame Backdrop

We hope this backdrop idea inspires your event decor! Tag us @BalsaCircle or #BalsaCircle with your party decorations, or comment below if you have any other questions!

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Would be brilliant as a headboard for a soft shabby chic bedroom. :)

Tracey

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