I am thrilled to share today’s DIY with you!!!! It is my second Will you be my Bridesmaid‘ project and I am obsessed! Have you decided on how to ask your favorite girls to be your bridesmaids and maid of honor? This adorable idea is so special and will be such a great keepsake for your best friends… not to mention how perfect it will be to shoot all their dresses hanging on these special hangers on your wedding day! Many, many thanks to Jen and Lindsey of Two Broads Design for these beautiful hangers… which starting tomorrow will be up for a giveaway!

Will You Be My Bridesmaid? Project via Something Turquoise

How adorable is this!!??

Will You Be My Bridesmaid? Project via Something Turquoise

Supplies: Iron-on transfer sheets, an iron,  pdf. of ‘will you be my’ design, basic bandana (one for each girl), fabric-tac glue, scissors, parchment paper, cute trim, personalized adorable hangers, and wrapping supplies.

Will You Be My Bridesmaid? Project via Something Turquoise

Cut out and iron the cute design onto the lower middle area of your bandana. I choose these bandana’s because they are nicely hemmed small pieces of material that were under $2.00, but you can use absolutely any fabric you want! I’m not giving directions for this step because every single iron-on transfer company has different directions, follow the directions on your package. Make sure when you print the design it is a ‘mirror-image’, so that when ironed on you can actually read it. If your printer doesn’t have a ‘mirror-imgae’ feature, below I have provided both versions of the design – two per sheet.

Will You Be My Bridesmaid? Project via Something Turquoise

Once your design is ironed on, measure and cut a length of your choice trim about an inch past each side of the design. My pink pom-pom trim is from JoAnn’s Fabrics.

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Place a piece of parchment paper behind the bandana and using the fabric-tac glue (which is very sticky!) carefully add a bead of glue to the back side of your trim. Then adhere to the bottom of the bandana. The bandana material is really thin and the fabric-tac will seep through it, if left on a counter or magazine it will stick… so take caution and use the parchment paper – or wax paper.

Will You Be My Bridesmaid? Project via Something Turquoise

Now fold the bandana kind of like a kitchen towel, in thirds and then in half…

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Now with the ‘bridesmaid’ word facing the design side, hang your bandana on the hanger.

Will You Be My Bridesmaid? Project via Something Turquoise

Voila! Adorable!!! Adjust the bandana to cover all the lettering.

Will You Be My Bridesmaid? Project via Something Turquoise

Now for the maid of honor… same thing, fold in thirds and then in half.

Will You Be My Bridesmaid? Project via Something Turquoise

Make sure that the word is facing the design so that your friend can actually read it!

Will You Be My Bridesmaid? Project via Something Turquoise

Wrap it up with some tissue paper… and place in a nice bag.

Will You Be My Bridesmaid? Project via Something Turquoise

Next, decorate as you choose!

Will You Be My Bridesmaid? Project via Something Turquoise

I kept my embellishments color coordinated, so that visually I would know whose gift was whose.

Will You Be My Bridesmaid? Project via Something TurquoiseWill You Be My Bridesmaid? Project via Something TurquoiseWill You Be My Bridesmaid? Project via Something Turquoise

On your wedding day, hang all the girls dresses on their special hangers – and shoot! Precious.

Will You Be My Bridesmaid? Project via Something Turquoise

What a special keepsake and memory for your besties!

Will You Be My Bridesmaid? Project via Something Turquoise

As with all our DIY tutorials, if you create one of our projects please send us a picture or a trackback – We Love Seeing Your Creativity! If you use Instagram or Twitter please use the hashtag #SomethingTurquoiseDIY. Happy Crafting!

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Photography: Studio 11 // Diy: Jen | Something Turquoise // personalized wedding hangers: Two Broads Design via Etsy // Iron-on transfers, bandanas, and wrapping supplies: Michaels // Fabric-tac and pom-pom trim: JoAnn’s Fabrics // Nail Polish: OPI –  Pink of Hearts


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daweddings
January 27, 2012

Reblogged this on desiredassistanceweddings and commented: Such a cute idea!

Leslie Horlacher
January 28, 2012

I love the hangers!!

sab
January 30, 2012

very beautiful!!!!

Christy
January 30, 2012

I adore this way to ask. I am a sucker for something that is not only pretty but functional so this is perfect :) Thanks for the great ideas :)

Jo Ann Causey
February 1, 2012

A little late to the party but so very cute!