Yesterday, we shared our first-ever Design*Droits-Humains wedding photo shoot. And all week-long, we’ll be posting simple DIY projects from the wedding. For this project, we wanted to create an installation that could be used as a focal point for the event or as a photo backdrop. The lovely , our styling consultant on the project, was inspired by an art installation on We wanted our liquid color backdrop to be an ode to wine. So we added a touch of grape juice to filled with water. If you wanted to use colors other than red, you could use food coloring or even just a little drop of paint. (A little goes a long way!) Check out the full wedding inspiration shoot here. –Amy
See the easy how-to after the jump!
- (We used Weck Jars from Terrain)
- grape juice (For shades of red)
Image above: When it came to coloring the water, a little grape juice went a long way. We filled up the weck jars with water first and then added a dash of grape juice.
Image above: We created our “shelves” using scrap pieces of wood placed on ladders. (Our ladders were a little not cute but could could easily create something photo worthy using old wooden ladders.)