Pom-Poms for Festive Wedding Décor

If you want to add an instant festive air and lots of pizzazz to your wedding ceremony and reception, do it with pom-poms! Pom-Poms are a simple DIY project made from tissue paper and they are very easy and inexpensive to make.

There are many ways that pom-poms can be added to a wedding décor. The photos below will give you some inspiration, as well as our Wedding Lanterns and Pom-Poms Pinterest Board.

Pom-Poms make inexpensive and colorful aisle markers.Poms on the Aisle

Pom-Poms and lanterns add a riot of color to the ceiling.Poms and lanterns decorate ceiling

Poms decorate tent ceiling

Pom-Poms easily showcase your signature color. There is no question that green is the color of the day!
Colorful poms

Any space can become more festive with the addition of pom-poms.
Poms can decorate any space

A lovely outdoor setting is enhanced with cascading pom-poms.
Cascading pom-poms

Pom-pom garlands with twinkling lights add lots of ambience.
Pom-Pom garland 2

A small pom-pom adds style and color to a table setting.
Pom-pom decorates table setting

The “getaway car” can be decorated with pom-poms, too!

How to Make Pom-Poms:
Instructions for making pom-poms can be found on our blog post.
Tissue paper for making poms is available at Exclusively Weddings.

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  • Melissa

    can you buy the pom poms in the first picture that are down the aisle? I would love to purchase them but can’t find any similar online

    November 2, 2012 at 10:11 pm
  • Beth

    I really like how these look. Thanks for your link on how to make them. I’m going to see if I can manage to make one, and take it from there. I’m not exactly crafty!

    November 7, 2012 at 9:34 am
    • Exclusively Weddings

      Beth, I’m not exactly crafty, either! I was amazed at how easy these were to make and it’s really hard to mess them up. Let us know how yours turns out!

      November 15, 2012 at 11:37 am
  • Mauro Horton

    These are some nice decorations. Thanks for sharing the process to make these tissue paper pom poms. I would also like to make some of these I have already ordered some decoration material and once I receive them I too will make some of these pom poms. 🙂

    February 18, 2015 at 7:30 pm