Shabby Chic Communion Confetti Project

We celebrated our daughter’s First Holy Communion with a shabby chic garden themed party at home this May.  In keeping with the theme’s rustic feel, I decided to take my hands to glue to craft a few of the party details…starting with the confetti.

Confetti are an Italian tradition attached to party favors. Basically, they are Jordan almonds (candy coated almonds) presented in organza topped with a floral arrangement of some kind. They are given out at the end of a religious event to each family as a symbol of good luck, health and wealth…and joy!

For these confetti, here is what you will need:
– your trusty glue gun
– organza circles (not plain tulle; you will know the difference in texture)
– white M&Ms    *As they are normally almonds, and the hostess is allergic to all nuts, I made them out of white M&Ms.
– sola flowers
– 2 yards of 5/8″ double sided satin ribbon

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These confetti were then tied to the favors. The favors came in a box which were wrapped in a natural ivory wrapping paper that had monotoned stripes. (Inside the box were a pink enamaled frame with our daughter’s photo inside).


Check out the other crafts from her party here!

Burlap and Lace Votives
Birdcage Card Holder
Cake Pop Stand and Donut Hole Topiary

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