Our post from Wednesday on alternative vase ideas inspired me to share ideas for paper flowers. I think that when combined with other beautiful florals, paper flowers can be a budget friendly, unique way to add more pops of color to your day. A lot of wedding florists are even able to create the paper flowers for you, which is an added bonus because then all of your beautiful blooms match and the theme flows together nicely. So we ask, would you consider incorporating paper flowers into your decor?
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Bold colors are always good to make a statement, especially in your centerpieces. Color your vases to create a wow factor on a plain white table cloth or wooden table. The best part about creating vases like these, is that you can use them later in your house, or give them away as favors after the wedding!
We all know that April showers bring May beautiful flowers! And it’s also no secret that it doesn’t matter what time of year it is, there is no bride in the world who wants rain on her big day. However, if it does happen, we are certain that you will get some awesome photos, and here are a few props to have on hand, just in case:
If you’re successful in having these on hand the day of your wedding, then you are guaranteed to capture moments like this:
Imagine having a bouquet that you could have forever, that was created with a combination of special jewelry, and possibly a hand-me-down piece from your mother, grandmother, or friend. The latest trend of a non-floral bouquet can be a bit strange for the bride who has always dreamed of a huge bouquet filled with her favorite flowers. But take a minute and look at some of the ideas we fell in love with for brooch/jewelry bouquet.
(Don’t get us wrong, we’re still all about a floral bouquet – but we think this is a pretty creative alternative!)