Identify the hosts of the party with bride and groom lifesaver chair swags. To make these, you’ll need round wreath forms, 1/2” sisal rope, 1/2” white nylon rope, a glue gun and hot glue sticks, luan, exterior paint and a paintbrush. Unfurl sisal rope from spool, wrapping it completely around the wreath form, ensuring no space is visible between each strand of rope, and secure rope to wreath with hot glue. Create custom banners by tracing desired shape or pattern to luan, then cutting out with jigsaw. Freehand or stencil “bride” and “groom” to the surface with semigloss paint, then attach with two drilled holes, one on each side of the banner, and attach to chair back with sisal rope.
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