How to Make a Royal Wedding Fascinator

Meghan and Harry are about to take that epic stroll down the aisle. If you didn't get an invite you can still watch from home, but don’t dare turn on the telly underdressed.

Dress in your best formal attire for the viewing party, which includes a kitschy DIY headband complete with a mini prince and his lady love.

Photo by: Jennifer Perkins

Jennifer Perkins

Tools + Materials

  • headband
  • hot glue gun
  • netting/veil
  • craft paint
  • wooden dolls
  • artist paintbrush
  • embellishments

Photo by: Jennifer Perkins

Jennifer Perkins

Use hot glue to attach a veil to the headband. Lace or tulle could also be used.

Small wooden craft dolls can be customized in the images of the bride and groom. Add as much or as little detail as you like.

Photo by: Jennifer Perkins

Jennifer Perkins

Attach the couple to the veiled headband using hot glue. Add decorative elements such as flowers and pompoms.

Remember, royal wedding watching headgear should not be taken too seriously.

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