First up might be my favorite: Fabric Pom-Poms via the Once Wed Blog. This may run you a little more expensive then the tissue paper poms. To cut cost, think resusable items. If you have left over fabric you can use from previous projects - go for it. You can also shop the sale section at your local fabric store for deals.
This project is simple enough that anyone who knows how to use a glue gun can do it. To view the full instruction sheet, click here!
Second is of course, the queenof do-it-yourself, Martha Stewart's Dahlia Pom-Poms. This project is very easy that I think even the 6 year-old-me could handle this.
click here for detailed directions!
And lastly, the impending fall-winter wardrobe change over that will occur too soon - has inspired me to post this pom-pom creation via Ruffled Blog- the Pom Pom Bouquet! This is a great alternative to using real flowers. And it may be just the thing to add to your fall or winter wedding.
Ruffled's original posting.
I'm even thinking that you could add a few vintage broach pieces to this bouquet for a little bling.
Etsy Shop, Lorelie Kay Design Vintage Broach mixed media, ($12)