DIY Royal Wedding Fascinator Hat

DIY Royal Wedding Fascinator Hat

Our invite got lost in the mail, but that isn't stopping us from celebrating the royal wedding in style with this easy fascinator hat!

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DIY Royal Wedding Fascinator Hat

Whether you're hosting a watch party at home for the upcoming royal wedding, or playing dress up, learn how to make a super easy homemade fascinator hat with just a few simple items. This stylish homemade hat took us less than 10 minutes to create! We ordered a fascinator hat base from Amazon, which definitely sped up the process, but you could also cover a piece of cardboard with fabric and use that instead. 

In my opinion, the secret to making this hat so fabulous is the tulle. Tulle fabric comes in all sorts of colors, so there is lots of room to customize your fascinator hat. I chose to keep things simple and romantic with light pink and white. I just wrapped the fabric a few times around the hat base and tied it into a big bow to add height. I topped things off with fake flowers (attached with a hot glue gun) on one of the hats, and a white feather on the other one. And voila! You're ready to attend the royal wedding in style... even if you're not leaving the couch.

Plus, are you in need of some creative food and drink for your Royal Wedding viewing? Then be sure to take a look at RecipeLion's Union Jack Cupcakes and Royal Wedding Lemon Elderflower Cocktail

Difficulty LevelEasy

Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Fascinator hat base
  • Tulle Ribbon
  • Fake flowers
  • Feathers
  • Glue

Royal Wedding Fascinator

Check out the live video walk-through that we made on FaveCraft's Facebook:


 

Instructions:

  1. Cut pieces of tulle and wrap around the base of your fascinator; tie in a large bow shape

  2. Glue feathers or fake flowers to your hat in desired location

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These are so cute (and look so simple to make)! What a fun project for the Royal Wedding!

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