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How much diamond confetti do I need per table?

Posted on May 28, 2015 at 9:37 AM Comments comments ()
With regard to how much diamond confetti you might want to put on each wedding reception table, we tell our customers that 1/4 to 1/3 of a cup is about the right amount-BUT it depends on how big your tables are.  If you are using bistro tables and just want a little bling around your small centerpiece, maybe a couple of teaspoons is enough.  If you have bigger centerpieces on bigger tables-say 60" rounds, then you would want about 1/3 of a cup of diamond confetti.  You could play with some unpopped popcorn or dried beans and see what you think prior to buying the diamond confetti. Sprinkle the beans around your centerpiece and see if it is too much or too little. And don't forget we have small sample packs so you can make sure the color is just right.  Happy planning!

Using diamond confetti as a vase filler hack

Posted on April 22, 2015 at 10:27 AM Comments comments ()
Diamond Confetti makes a great vase filler.  It makes for a beautiful base to your centerpieces.  However, it can be a bit expensive if you want to fill 25 vases or even 10 vases for that matter.  So how do you achieve the look without breaking the bank?  We've long been suggesting to our customers that they "dummy" up the middle of their vases with such things as rocks wrapped in foil, floral foam wrapped in foil or if the vase has a really big base you could even use cans of beans or whatever, with the labels removed. You might even have some better ideas as to what the "dummy" could be (and we would love to hear from you).  Once your dummy is in place in the center of your vase, you just put the diamond confetti around it and no one knows the difference-except your pocket book! Call us if you have any questions. We are here 10-7 EST Monday-Saturday.

We sell from the United States

Posted on April 18, 2015 at 7:26 PM Comments comments ()
If you are looking to buy diamond confetti from someone in the United States, you've come to the right place.  Our business  model is to have a LARGE inventory of diamond confetti so we can send you your order super fast.  No waiting for a month to get your diamond confetti from overseas. We have it right here in Idaho. Funny thing though, Idaho hasn't caught on to the bling trend.  Maybe someday.  We sell most of our product to people looking for diamond confetti in Miami, Dallas, Houston, Atlanta, Los Angeles, and New York. We hope our diamond confetti adds to your wonderful event, whether it be a wedding reception or a corporate event.  Thank you so much for your business!

The Princess Bride

Posted on April 15, 2015 at 12:49 AM Comments comments ()
When you are planning your wedding and reception, you want it to be memorable. It’s the day that every bride gets to be a princess and every groom a charming prince. You want for everything to be perfect, including the ways that the tables look at your reception. One thing you can use on your tables to give them the look that you want is diamond confetti.
Diamonds can be very symbolic for several occasions. One has been with weddings. They have traditionally been used as engagement rings. Diamonds have also been thought to represent purity and loyalty, things that fit very well with weddings. Diamonds are also seen as the ultimate in precious gems. They are very expensive, so they are seen as the height of luxury.
All these things combine to make diamond confetti the perfect bling to put on your table at your wedding reception. With the right lighting, you will have sparkling, shiny acrylic gems on your table. You can either have them scattered around the centerpieces or use them in the centerpieces. For example, you might put them in a vase with a lit candle. The light would shine through the confetti to really sparkle and look stunning.  Your guests will be amazed at the beautiful ambience! Check out our 12,000 ct. Spring Special for 6 cups of high quality diamond confetti. We would love to hear your ideas or better yet see how you have used diamond confetti.  Send us a picture and we might just use it on our website!

Add sparkle to your wedding decorations

Posted on April 10, 2015 at 2:03 AM Comments comments ()
Planning a celebration, party, wedding, or other large event can be a very fun experience. But with all the details involved, it is easy to see why so many people become overwhelmed during the process. Fortunately, the decorating process does not have to be a challenge. There are many unique elements which can be used to add glitz, glitter, and glam to any type of event and diamond confetti or gem confetti is being used more and more.

Many people are choosing diamond confetti for the wedding reception party. Diamond confetti can be used a variety of ways. However, a simple placement of this decorative accent on tables, in vases, and in floral arrangements can make a massive statement to your centerpieces.  While guests do focus on the bride and groom during a wedding reception, adding a bit of sparkle to various areas can showcase the couple’s love for one another.  Take a minute to look at our many colors of diamond confetti and think of the possibilities. Your centerpieces will truly stand out and your guests will be very impressed!

Purple and Gold Diamond Confetti Inspiration

Posted on April 2, 2015 at 10:06 AM Comments comments ()
Recently I received a note from one of our customers regarding how diamond confetti made a difference for her sisters' wedding.  Here is what she said:

Seeing that my sister was completely overwhelmed with the wedding planning process, I decided to take some stresses off her shoulders. I took it upon myself to make sure that the reception hall was decorated to her standards. I knew exactly what she had in mind and quickly got to work. Her vision was to use purple and gold for the colors, with lots of sparkle. I ended up finding the perfect shade of purple for the tablecloths that I would drape onto the tables. My inspiration had come from the diamond confetti that she had purchased from GemConfetti months prior. She loved how the confetti looked, but didn’t know how to best use them. As well as placing a few diamonds all over the table, I also thought it would be fun to place them in a large vase. The vase was going to hold large topararies in the center of the table. I then placed gold colored candles around the vase to add some light to the table. It was beautiful to see the candlelight shine off of the diamond confetti in the water. It gave the table a very romantic and elegant vibe. We also incorporated the diamonds onto the cake table to tie everything together. Thank you GemConfetti for making my sister's wedding the best it could be.
I love to hear from our customers.  If you have a story you would like to share, please send it our way and we will try and post it.

Wedding Centerpiece Bling

Posted on March 15, 2015 at 12:25 AM Comments comments ()
 Wedding planners, event planners, and brides we are here to help you make the most of your occasion.  Diamond Confetti has lots of uses, but turning a regular centerpieces into an elegant centerpiece is it's main use. Order a sample today and see what we mean. Your tables will look amazing with just a couple of tablespoons sprinkled around the bottom of the centerpiece. Happy event planning everyone!

Chic Occasions Bridal Show in Atlanta

Posted on March 9, 2015 at 12:44 AM Comments comments ()
Bridal Shows are in full swing right now.  If you are in the Atlanta area, don't miss the show put on by Chic Occasions. There is something there for every bride.  The next show is March 15, 2015.  For more information check out the Chic Occasions website at

Happy planning!

What do I do with Diamond Wrap?

Posted on February 23, 2015 at 9:45 AM Comments comments ()
Val Wedding 021 (2)Diamond wrap, also called rhinestone wrap has lots of uses. We know of many but I was thrilled when one of our customers, JoAnn, responded to our picture request showing us how she used diamond wrap.  As you can see in this lovely photograph JoAnn sent, she used diamond wrap to bling up the chairs of a beautiful outdoor wedding in Texas.  The diamond wrap has 24 rows and is about 4.25 inches wide.  JoAnn cut the diamond wrap in half so she only used 12 rows per chair and then cut about a  5 inch length and glued it into a tube and pulled tulle through it.  We think it is gorgeous and for $24.95 you could make approximately 144 "tubes" from a 10 yard roll.  Thank you JoAnn!

Diamond Wrap closeup

Straws from Mindy Weiss

Posted on February 10, 2015 at 10:11 PM Comments comments ()
I have fallen in love with the darling striped straws that are popping up at even the most chic weddings.  I found a great little site that sells eight or nine colors of paper straws. (And most of the colors match our diamond confetti-How cute would that look??) Hop on over to and check them out for yourselves.  Think of the possibilities!