DIY Geometric Floral Pendants — As promised, I’ve finally put together the tutorial for the DIY Geometric Floral Pendants from our Palm Springs inspired tablescape.
As promised, I’ve put together the tutorial for the geometric floral pendants from our Palm Springs inspired tablescape that I shared with you last week!
The project is actually much simpler than the finished product appears. I’ll go ahead and admit that it does take quite a while to finish them (about and hour and a half to two hours for the large pendant)!
But the whimsical and romantic look that these DIY Geometric Floral Pendants have when the sun is going down is totally worth it!
You can make as many or as few as you’d like to fill the perfect space, and the smaller the pendants the quicker they are to make.
The larger one from our shoot was 12 inches on all sides, and the smaller one was six if that gives you any idea.
Depending on how much you friends love you, I think these would be so perfect for DIY’ing for a wedding, don’t you?!
Materials Needed To Make DIY Geometric Floral Pendants
- 24 wooden skewers — 12-inch for the large and 6-inch for the smaller square
- Floral tape
- Floral wire
- Wire cutters
- Floral sheers
- Hot glue and glue gun
- Fishing wire
- Florals — These are c/o Flower Muse.
How To Make DIY Geometric Floral Pendants
To make the base for floral pendants, you’ll hot glue the 5 wooden skewers together making the shape above (a basic square with one diagonal in the corner).
You’ll need 2 of these shapes to make the sides, and then extra individual skewers to glue the sides to each other. (See
Once you have the three dimensional squares made, you can glue extra diagonal skewers if you’d like a fuller look to glue the flowers on for the end product.
Start filling the base in with simple greenery by using floral tape to attach segments to the skewers.
Once you have the greenery attached, begin filling in the empty spots with buds and blooms with floral tape or floral wire depending on how heavy the florals are that you’re using.
Be careful not to add too many to where the skewers won’t hold the weight of the flowers once it’s hanging.
When the pendants are full, double knot fishing wire to one corner to hang them, and you’re all set for an evening soiree.
flowers c/o Flower Muse // styled table photos by Mary Cost Photography
11 thoughts on “DIY Geometric Floral Pendants”
If you’ve ever seen the movie Equilibrium, then you’ll know what I’m talking about. Some movie that takes place in the future about ultimate control over a society by a gorpenment/comeany/vtc. If you’ve seen the movie V for Vendetta then that movie is also a good example. I’ve also read a book called “The Giver” and seen all the Matrix movies. The movie should also be available on Netflix. Any other suggestions?
I’m using the geometric theme for my wedding. I already have some metal geometric hanging ones I purchased from hobby lobby. This will be a great inexpensive addition!
Awesome! Yes, this will definitely be less expensive! Glad you found the tutorial :)
One of the best DIY activities I’ve seen yet, now on my to-do list!
My jaw is seriously on the floor. Stunning is putting it lightly!
These are amazing!!
Honestly, I am in love with anything that seems to be suspended in mid-air…beautiful and wish I could make my patio look so like this design space
Coolest spring/Easter decoration idea ever!
Oh wow these are stunning! I wish I had done these at my wedding!!!