Party supplies make throwing a party much easier. You can buy everything you need from a local party store or some department stores. But there is a downside. There are a lot of things that go into throwing a party. The cost can get pretty high for everything as more and more is added. DIY projects could help save some money. You should have a mix of DIY items and store-bought items at your party. That could help with the cost and the design. For example, you can make some amazing DIY napkin rings for your party that pair perfectly with the tablecloths you found at a party supply store. That combination makes for a truly wonderful party.
DIY napkin rings could help you save money on your next party and make it easier to design the overall theme of your event.
Leather Napkin Rings | Burkatron
Gold Monogrammed Napkin Rings | A Kailo Chic Life
Dowel Rings | Make & Tell
Wire Rings | Mad in Crafts
Wooden Bead Rings | Hello Central Avenue
Why do we even use napkin rings? Believe it or not, napkin rings are a luxury. These little rings add a level of prestige to your dining table whenever they are used. In fact, that was how napkin rings were invented. The upper-middle-class of France used napkin rings first. The idea was simple, show off your wealth by using napkin rings during dinner parties and events. The first napkin ring was used in 1800 and the material was silver. Your family name was very important back then and so they started using monogrammed rings made from different materials to show wealth. Some people used silver and others used gold.
PVC Pipe Rings | DIY Home Decor
Boxwood Wreath Rings | Home is Where the Boat Is
Nautical Rope Rings | Sincerely, Sarah Anne
Burlap Rings | Jack of All Trades
Farmhouse Rings | The Cottage Market
Luxurious DIY Napkin Rings
Today, we use napkin rings more so out of tradition than anything else. You will most likely find napkin rings in higher-end restaurants. Even smaller restaurants use paper ones sometimes. Your party will use them differently. You can use DIY napkin rings to enhance the overall level of your event. It’s interesting how a little ring, wrapped around a piece of cloth can enhance the overall appearance of your party. But it is true, you may have even noted the ring without meaning to at an event you attended in the past. This little touch shows that your event is more than just a common event.
Coastal Rings | Home Talk
Autumn Leaf Rings | Resin Crafts
D-Ring Ribbon Rings | Sweet Lane Events
Terracotta Pot Rings | Cottage at the Crossroads
Driftwood Rings | The Artisan Life