When it comes to party decorations, ceiling treatments or decors make a huge impact mainly because it’s what the guests see first the moment they arrive at the venue. Whether you’re aiming for a simple, elegant or festive party atmosphere, these ceiling decors can help you transform the whole venue from a plain hall to your very own wonderland! Nowadays, there are lots of ceiling decors to choose from – There’s the now popular paper pompoms, the traditional tulle, the romantic rope lights and the very festive balloons to name a few.
Chandeliers are one of my favorite ceiling décor; in fact I’ve made a diy post of them. They’re easy to do and can provide the extra accent I like. If you’re feeling more artsy, I want to share with you this tutorial I’ve found on The Sweetest Occasions (Here). Please make sure to check out first the basic diy chandelier tutorial post here before making the multi-tiered chandeliers. Basically, the materials you’ll be using will be the same, but this time you’ll be needing an extra bigger hoop to make it multi-tiered.
Fringe chandelier (Image Source Here)
Popsicle Chandelier (Image Source Here)
Lei Chandelier (Image Source Here)
Ribbon Chandelier (Image Source Here)
Combination of Paper Cut-out and Ribbon Chandelier (Image Source Here)
These are amazing! What struck me were the paper cutouts and the popsicle sticks. Well, that’s the thing, they look more like tongue depressors to me (I AM a doctor) but they look so cuuuuuuuute.
Franc Ramon says
I think this is harder to set up but looks really good for a party theme.
Rubbie Anne Abad says
WOW!!! I LOVE IT!!! ESPECIALLY THE LEI ONE!!! :))
Party decor multi tiered chandeliers are such a great idea and SO versatile too! I can think of so many different applications for these. Thank you for sharing!
Phylicia Pineda (@phyaboo) says
So adorable and chic!!! I love the peacock one you posted in the inspiration part, love love love. 🙂
amazing 🙂 simple but more elegant 🙂 i will try this for my cousin project in TLE 🙂
awesome! very creative designs
How creative! I love the wooden sticks and the last one.
Ria C says
Those are really, really pretty! I’m thinking of making one for my daughter’s 16th birthday.
Wow! I am so amaze, they look so great and different themes should have different chandeliers to match the event with 🙂
Chubskulit Rose says
The peacock is gorgeous but I’d go with the Fringe one.
Very nice and creative decor. I love how colorful they are too 🙂
Mitch Ryan says
I particularly love the peacock themed chandelier. This is something that we can do at home. Thank you for sharing.
Marms @ Mhar's Display says
Really neat creation! I like how ideas come together here. I like the pink chandelier.
pretty creative! you made it easier for me to do my own chandelier:) i gonna try my hands on that popsicle chandelier:)
wow those are really cool designs which give me ideas on what to decorate this coming holiday. thanks!
Great idea! Where do you get the hoops to do this though? 🙂
Jo-Anne Wong says
Those are cross stitch wooden frames, they have different sizes. For the bigger hoops, use hoola hoops.