Using paper flowers at your wedding opens up a whole new landscape of colors, sizes, and shapes with which to construct your vision. Even if you’re positive you want real flowers, one quick Pinterest search for “paper flower wedding” is enough to send your imagination reeling with new ideas.
Our Wedding Coordinator, Jasmin Norwood, is also a skilled artist and paper craftsman who took a completely DIY approach to her own wedding, from her dress to her florals. “I come from a family of artists, weavers, potters, jewelers, and people who work in glass, ink, and wood,” says Jasmin, “Looking at natural things and attempting to render them in another medium is something we’ve just always done in our house. When my husband and I decided to DIY our wedding, I looked at every production area as a place to “make”, so making the dress and trying to hack the florals was an obvious place to start.”