When it comes to getting the bride and groom to kiss, nothing is more adorable (and thematically fitting for a rustic, western themed wedding) than the ring for a kiss cowbell. When we spotted it and saw just how easy it was to DIY, we couldn’t wait to share it with you. If you are a bride who prefers a cowbell to clanking of wine glasses, you’re in luck with this feature! Read on to see what you need to make the must-have wedding decor for summer + fall rustic weddings (and how it’s made in under 5 minutes). Enjoy!
Here’s the inspiration…
DIY Ring for a Kiss Cowbell
Here’s the how-to!
o cowbell, the kind with a handle (I have this one and it does the job)
o burlap twine (something like this)
o oil paint marker in white (you’ll want something like this that writes on metal)
This could honestly not be any easier.
1. Use paint pen to write “Ring for a Kiss” on both sides of cowbell.
2. Cut a piece of twine with scissors, long enough to create a loop for hanging.
3. Knot twine; tie in a bow. Hang from a hook at your wedding.
Guests ring it; you kiss. So sweet + easy + fun + creative + something you can hang up in your backyard after the wedding. What do you think of this cowbell idea? Will you be using it for your own wedding?
Oh, and pssst. If you make this ring for a kiss cowbell, do send us photos! We would love to share ’em here! Email them to info[at]emmalinebride[dot]com.
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