A few weeks ago we shared these DIY terracotta plates that we created using our Cricut Explore Air. To finish off our series on Cricut vinyl we wanted to share how easy it can be to create an entire party just with the help of vinyl! Using our terracotta plates as a base we designed an entire tropical bachelorette tablescape. Read on below to learn how to create this party decor for yourself! See our other posts in this series here and here!These DIY terracotta plates made a fun statement for our tablescape. Terracotta is not a typical item you see in wedding decor but it adds a fun grounding touch to the tablescape and to get the look you really only need vinyl and a bit of paint! To get the DIY steps for these plates simply click here. These fun banana leaf placemats and bright pink napkins added a tropical vibe to the table and didn’t overshadow our plates. Pool floats are having a moment this summer (don’t miss our roundup – here!) so we decided to include flamingo drink floats into our party. Vinyl is waterproof making it the ideal material to personalize these inflatable flamingo coasters. Using white vinyl we added a personalized touch to our coasters which can double as party favors! To top off our floating coasters we created these diamond stir sticks. Download our free printable here and use pink cardstock and your Cricut to create!Lastly we used Cricut vinyl to create these palm frond table numbers. When you’re creating a themed party you want all of your details to match. With vinyl you can literally write on anything making it super easy to create any details you need! We would love to hear what you’ve made with your Cricut vinyl in the comments below. And don’t forget to visit other posts in this vinyl series here and here!Cricut Explore Air // White Vinyl // Cricut Tools // Transfer Tape // Terracotta Saucer // Banana Leaf Placemats // Pink Napkins // Inflatable Flamingo Coasters // Copper Hammered Napkin Ring //
Photography + Styling: Gillian Ellis Photography
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