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Wedding Napkin Rings Instructions

These wedding napkin rings will dress up your reception tables but won't cost you a fortune. Plus, they are quick and easy to make and the results are professional looking! No sewing required! They are a great alternative to simply tying a piece of ribbon around your napkins.

Materials Needed:

  • Fabric
  • Glue gun & glue sticks
  • Empty toilet paper rolls or paper towel rolls
  • Scissors

napkin ring materials

Cut out equal segments of the toilet or paper towel rolls. Around 3/4" to an inch works best. Make sure each segment is equal, as this will give your wedding napkin rings a uniform look.

Cut out strips of fabric in lengths and widths that will cover the segments. This doesn't have to be perfect as there is no sewing involved, but the strips do have to cover the segments and the edges need to have extra to fold underneath.

napkin segments

Put glue on the roll and wrap the strip of fabric around it. Then glue the inside the the roll and tuck one fabric edge under. Let dry for a few seconds, apply more glue to the inside and tuck the other fabric edge under.

napkin ring instructions

Once the glue is dried these can be put on your fabric napkins. They will be uniform thanks to the roll base. Use fabrics that coordinate with your wedding reception decor for your wedding napkin rings.

wedding napkin rings homemade

The best part is that these are very fast and easy to make! These could be completely in just a few hours over a weekend and just thrown into a box until your wedding day. Ready? Set? Get your glue gun! Have fun!

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