Wedding Bunting


If you’re planning your reception party in a garden or hall and need to decorate it, a great idea is this wedding bunting from The Cotton Bunting Company which will immediately transform your venue to give a crisp, white wedding ambience.  It can be used indoors or outdoors and comes in 5m lengths that can be tied together, and also comes in other colour ways.  You can then add any other elements like white flowers such as Lilies for an elegant look or Gypsophile for a floral country look.  To make sure you don’t lose the impact as night falls, hang fairy lights or other garden lights to give a magical feel and have plenty of votive candles dotted around, including citronella to deter flying pests in the summer months.  Many halls don’t have dim lighting, so you could find you put the lights on and everyone will think it’s time to go!  If the task of decorating your venue seems a bit too daunting you could enlist the help of Party Sparkle.  Have a look at their gallery on the website to see what they can do.

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  1. Kim Lampard says:

    Take a look at the gorgeous bunting made by Zigzag on this site, all made in England and really pretty, they have loads of wedding bunting and you can make your own Bespoke Bunting choices very easily, I just love them!

  2. Matt says:

    I remembered this feature from Feb when I came across a discount offer in Cosmo Bride this month (July 08). Use discount code CB08 to receive a 15% discount on Wedding Bunting from There was no expiry date for the discount so grab it whilst you can.

  3. Rebecca says:

    Thanks for the tip Matt. I bought some beautiful white wedding bunting from the cotton bunting company, used the cosmo bride code and saved myself a packet! I can’t wait to use it. Rx

  4. Kitty says:

    Having problems finding bunting I like for my wedding. Everything is either white, primary colours or covered in words and/or cartoon characters. Any idea where I could get nice subtle coloured bunting? I know Zigzag do some amazing stuff but they’re more then a little out of my price range!!

  5. Lisa says:

    We’ve featured the main suppliers in the article, but you could try on ebay or I would think about making it yourself. Just get fabric remnants or disontinued fabric from somewhere like Laura Ashley or Cath Kidston, or you could try any fabric shop to find the sort of fabric you like. Make a diamond template so all your triangles are the same size, then cut out as many as you need, lay a piece of string as long as you need out into a straight line and put each diamond on along the middle line and fold over to create your triangle. If you’re not good at sewing then just use the iron on stuff.

  6. Kim says:

    Hi, this is Kim from Zigzag Bunting: just to reassure you we have bunting for every occasion and price-range, including some gorgeous colour ranges (choose your own combination!) for just £2 per metre: much cheaper than flowers and you get to keep and re-use it!

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