Gold is always glam and these engagement party decorations are no exception!
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I can’t get enough of all of the beautiful new Martha Stewart Celebrations line decorations (remember my gender neutral baby shower last month?) This time I got to try another one of the 10 themes and thought Martha’s Gold line with some turquoise accents would be perfect for an engagement party or bridal shower.
Glam Gold Engagement Party Decorations with Cricut
Engagement party decor always needs a little bling, right?!
And of course, cupcakes with gold sprinkles. 😉
All of the stunning decor for this engagement party decor came from the gold Martha Celebrations line at Michael’s, all of it! Believe me, that is a very fun aisle to walk through at Michael’s!
I used my beautiful Martha machine to add some turquoise accents to my engagement party decor and for the letters for the Martha party banner.
Remember my Martha machine? Isn’t she pretty with her pretty accessories? 😉
It’s super fast to make engagement party decorations because the Cricut® Explore Air 2™ Special Edition Martha Stewart machine can cut TONS of types of materials and can cut and write up to 2 x’s faster than previous Explore models. If you’re a party decorating procrastinator this is key! 😉
I chose a different design of the free 25 Martha Stewart designs avaialble in Design Space that come with the Martha machine, these beautiful wall rosettes. See how easy it is to make them and the banner lettering:
- Cricut Explore Air 2™ Special Edition Martha Stewart Machine Bundle
- Wall rosette cut file
- Scoring tool
- Gold and Aqua cardstock
- Craft stick
- Craft adhesive
- CONGRATS cut file
- Scrapbook adhesive
Open up the wall rosette cut file and adjust to the quantity and size you’d like to make.
Select your material type on the Martha machine dial, insert the scoring tool and cut.
Glue all of the ends together for the rosettes and then glue on the scalloped circles to hold them in round place.
Aren’t they fun?!
I cut out “CONGRATS” out of the same gold cardstock I used for the rosette and used some scrapbook adhesive to attach them to the banner… that way when I want to use the banner again for another party the letters can easily be removed and replaced since it’s a canvas banner, no worries about ripping the paper!
What other party themes would you use this glam gold decor with?