Sandy Sandler, the creator of the Bowdabra is here today to show you how to create a breathtaking wedding pew bow in just minutes with the Bowdabra. Why spend a fortune on wedding décor when you can do it yourself for just pennies on the dollar? So let’s get started.
First, cut a piece of Bowdabra bow wire. Then, fold it in half and insert it into the Bowdabra. You will have a loop on one side and two loose wires on the other side. This will serve as your slipknot. Tuck the ends under to stay out of the way while you are making your bow.
Next, take some white tulle and fold it in half to find the center and lay it into the Bowdabra.
Then, take the stripe and the snowflake ribbon and place them together. Find the center and place that into the Bowdabra for the tails. Dovetail the ribbons. To dovetail, fold the ribbon in half and cut at an angle away from the fold.
Now, taking more tulle directly from the roll, lay it in the Bowdabra, and make a loop. Make a matching loop on the opposite side until you have a total of about four loops.
Now, take the longer lengths of striped and snowflake ribbon and working with them held together place the ends into the Bowdabra and begin making loops back and forth twisting as you go so that the right sides are always facing up.
Finally, add the flowers making sure they face in opposite directions. Now, scrunch everything down with the Bowdabra wand. Then, insert the loose wires through the loop and pull tight while the bow is still in the Bowdabra. Then, remove the bow from the Bowdabra, separate the ends, turn to the back and tie a knot. Tie a double knot for extra security.
Fluff, arrange, and shape the bow bringing the tails down. You have a beautiful wedding pew bow!