3 Ribbons to Liven Up Fall Festivals

People are seeing red, orange and yellow trimmings now that fall festivals are here.

Promote your company, club, school or non-profit organization while hosting a harvest festival for the community. And make your fall festivals more upbeat with custom ribbons for prizes, awards, labels and decorations.

Start by customizing ribbons with your company or school logo and include a personal message for festival goers. If your harvest festival is an annual event, put the festival’s name and the year, so attendees remember to come back next fall.

There are countless ways ribbons enhance festivities. Here are three fun ribbons to get your creative ideas flowing.

using rosette awards and other custom ribbons for fall festivalsRosette Ribbons

Games and contests are at the heart of most fall festivals. Make festival goers feel special with custom rosette ribbons. Hand award ribbons to each winner for pie baking, pie eating, scarecrow building and pumpkin decorating contests. Children love receiving rosette ribbons for the first, second and third place for corn tossing, bobbing for apples, sack racing and other fun games.

using badge awards and other custom ribbons for fall festivalsBadge Ribbons

Badge ribbons are great for labeling items while also bringing more color to your event. Create labels for a cake walk with ribbons that specify which cake is which. For bigger events, designate festival workers, volunteers and vendors with color-coded ribbons to make their name badges. If your company is hosting a festival, spotlight employees and staff members with personalized ribbons with their names and job titles.

using badge awards and other custom ribbons for fall festivalsRibbon Rolls

Wrap giveaways and prizes with custom ribbon rolls. Tie a cute bow around utensils and napkins. Or, drape ribbon garlands on the walls to liven the room. If the event is outside, hang them from tree branches. Attendees can make their wreaths by wrapping and tying the fall-themed fabric around straw circles. Children can enjoy making ribbon wands. Another fun way to use ribbon rolls is to decorate the edge of tables or hang them on the back of chairs. You can also tie them around centerpieces, candle holders or glass jars filled with candy corns. Custom ribbons also make great photobooth backdrops. The possibilities are endless!

No matter how you use ribbons for your fall festivals, they are sure to add fun and excitement in ways festival goers won’t forget.

(Content courtesy of our new writer CreelaBelle Howard)

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