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Angelica
October 2020

diy Arch

Angelica, on July 15, 2020 at 10:00 PM Posted in Do It Yourself 7 20
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diy Arch 1

Finally finished the arch for our wedding!


Gold Pentagon Arch- $70 from tablecloths factory
Wisteria (25 bundles- I have a bunch left over) -$52 tablecloths factory
Eucalyptus picks (16) - Target $8
All other flowers are from Michaels which I got on sale for $3-$5 per bundle.
I used 2 pool noodles for the foam.


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  • Melle
    Rockstar June 2019
    Melle Online
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    Oh my god this looks amazing !!!
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  • Caitlin
    Expert January 2021
    Caitlin
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    Wow!!! I love how innovative you were with this. Love it. Couldn't have turned out more perfect 馃槏
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  • Christina
    Devoted July 2020
    Christina
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    Wow. This looks so good.
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  • Michelle
    Devoted May 2021
    Michelle
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    Amazing! Great job 鈽猴笍

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  • Pirate & 60s Bride
    Champion March 2017
    Pirate & 60s Bride
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    Amazing! Love the way the florals hang.
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  • Jessica
    Devoted July 2020
    Jessica
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    So so good!! These geometric trellises look so amazing in photos.

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  • Shakia
    Savvy March 2021
    Shakia
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    This looks amazing! Great job!!!
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  • Virginia
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    Virginia
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    That is amazing! Went to check out that arch but their prices have gone up!

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  • Lynnie
    WeddingWire Administrator October 2016
    Lynnie Online
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    Holy cow - this arch looks incredible!! 馃槏

    You did an amazing job Angelica! 馃檶 And the breakdown of materials & cost is super helpful!

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  • L
    Beginner August 2020
    Laurissa
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    I like the pool noodle idea! I have a circle arch that's super thin so have been trying to figure out how to attach flowers without them twisting around. Any tips on how you made it work?

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  • Katie
    Expert August 2021
    Katie
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    This is beautiful. You did a great job.
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  • Sexypoodle
    Master October 2021
    Sexypoodle
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    Looks great!!!!
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  • Joneka
    Dedicated March 2021
    Joneka
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    You did an amazing job!!


    Makes me want to start my arch, but I still have time...lol.
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  • Angelica
    October 2020
    Angelica
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    Not sure my reply went through, but what I did it pretty simple (found idea on YouTube)


    You just get the pool noodle & cut it to your desired length. & how it hangs on the metal is by cutting a straight line (whole) all the way across the noodle so you can clasp it.
    I鈥檝e left mine up for a couple days and nothing has moved but you could secure yours more with zip ties if needed.
    I strongly suggest the pool noodle (and to get them now before summer is over) & to cut your flower stems short so the flower doesn鈥檛 have room to move much
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  • Sarah
    Devoted August 2021
    Sarah
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    I love this!!鉂も潳 It is absolutely gorgeous.. I dread doing my arch lol
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  • Maureen
    Dedicated October 2021
    Maureen
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    That is so beautiful! Great job!

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  • Brittany
    Devoted September 2020
    Brittany
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    Pool noodles for the foam is genius!!! You did an amazing job this is beautiful!!
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  • Samantha
    Just Said Yes November 2020
    Samantha
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    This looks amazing! Thanks for sharing!

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  • Brittany
    Expert October 2020
    Brittany Online
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    Oh wow!! This is so beautiful!! Great job!!

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  • L
    Beginner August 2020
    Laurissa
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    The pool noodles idea worked well! Only issue I鈥檓 having is it is rotating on the arch due to the weight, so I think I鈥檓 going to have to add additional flowers on the backside to even it out.
    Originally I got (lime) green noodles but you could see it through the flowers so I ended up spray painting it gold to match the arch, which worked better!
    Now I just need to disassemble and reassemble at the ceremony site! Fingers crossed!!

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