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Tips to Decorate Wedding “Just Married” Cars

Mar 11


Decorating the wedding car is an exciting part of the celebration. Traditionally, the best man was in charge of this activity, but recently everyone is getting in on the act, including the wedding couple themselves. While this is a time to let loose and have fun, remember to keep it clean as most everyone, including 90-year-old Grandma, will see the car.

Instructions

1. Make a trip to your local craft or party supply store. Refer to the “things you’ll need” list for ideas, but the essentials are liquid chalk or glass markers, ribbon, and string. You may also find fun items there such as window flags. Some places offer a car decorating kit with all the supplies included

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2. During the reception, gather your decorating group and supplies and make your way to the car.

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3. With your writing tool, decorate the windows with “Just Married” and other fun phrases. Remember, keep it clean and don’t cover the view of the driver on the front windshield. We don’t want the newlyweds getting a ticket as they’re driving away.

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4. Attach a wedding-themed antenna ball if you have one, or tie ribbon streamers and flowers to the antenna.

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5. If you have cling-on decals or magnets, apply them to the sides of the car or side windows.

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6. Take your aluminum cans and poke a hole in the body of the can. Tie a piece of string about 5 feet long (or longer – depending on how high the bumper is off the ground) to the can through the hole you just made and the mouth opening. Tie the other end of the string to the car’s bumper. Do this with several cans and varying lengths of string.

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7. If you have balloons, blow them up and tie them with string or ribbon to the antenna and bumper.


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8. Watch the married couple as they discover their car!




Tips and Warnings

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- Get creative! Draw hearts with your writing tool, or tie fun objects to the bumper.
Do not put anything on the car that may damage it, including anything abrasive.
- Only decorate a car that you know is okay to decorate (i.e. the limo, a rental car, or Uncle’s Model T are probably off limits).
- Do not obstruct the view of the driver.
- It is usually not a good idea to use confetti in the car – it is very difficult to remove it all.




Source: http://www.ehow.com/

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