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Bridesmaid Pop the Question Pinata

By: Gillian Ellis from acoastalbride.com
Bridesmaid Pop the Question Pinata
Bridesmaid Pop the Question Pinata
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Pop the question to your bridesmaids with this adorable tissue paper pinata. The Bridesmaid Pop the Question Pinata is the perfect DIY wedding craft when you want to surprise your girls with a cute gift they will cherish for many years to come. Your groom already got the chance to ask a big question, so now it's your turn! Fill this easy wedding pinata with colorful candies or other small trinkets and watch your friends' faces light up when they realize you want them to play an extra special role on your big day. You can even fill the handmade box with confetti for a truly celebratory vibe.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Primary TechniquePaper Crafts

Beginner

Project TypeMake a Project

NotesDid you know? Pinatas are typically thought of as a fun activity for parties and celebrations, including occasional wedding crafts, but they have a long, rich history. Perhaps quite surprisingly, there is evidence pinatas have Chinese origins. The Chinese pinata was typically in the shape of an ox or cow and used to ring in the New Year. Instead of the toys and candy you see spilling out of a pinata these days, the Chinese version was filled with five types of seeds and hit with sticks of various colors. The European pinata tradition was brought to Mexico in the 16th century and carried religious significance, however, all religious associations have since disappeared. Today in the United States, pinatas have become a popular decoration and activity during the Christmas season, Cinco de Mayo celebrations, and birthday parties.

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This is a quick and easy project, so you can definitely make one for each bridesmaid. What a cute way to "pop the question." Your girlfriends will really appreciate the cuteness and creativity.

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