Paper flowers are wonderful for events because you can make them ahead of time and they last forever as keepsakes. You can also make them in colors and sizes that Mother Nature never intended.
These handmade boutonnieres by Design Come True were made for an autumn wedding. The flowers themselves are made from paper but the oak leaves were pressed and wrapped with beaded berries.
This delicate paper flower made by Design Come True was used in the brides hair on her wedding day.
A colorful floral bouquet for a spring wedding can be kept for years to come. By Design Come True.
Whimsical pastel colored paper flower bouquet by this creative bride.
Simple large single bloom for a wedding bouquet. Source unknown.
Jamie Leuschen created this large flower out of pages from a Three Musketeers book.
Paper roses made out of sheet music by Jones Design Company.
Origami paper flowers, Kusudama by Rag and Bone.
Tiny paper flowers made of book pages. Source unknown.
A gorgeous monochromatic paper flower backdrop by Ruth Fischi.
Paper flower chandelier by David Stark Design
Big paper floral blooms on the backs of each chair. Source unknown.
The creative team at Ruche made these oversized flowers.
More gigantic paper flowers by Green Wedding Shoes at this couple’s ceremony altar.
These lovely clusters of brightly colored flowers were part of an event put on by Oh How Charming.
Oh Happy Day gives us inspiration with these sweet little paper flower headbands.
Tissue flowers top these green favor boxes. Source unknown.
Martha Stewart’s team created these dahlia wrapped favors.
Paper lotus flowers as place cards from Paper Source.
Delicate ivory paper roses by Creative Jewish Mom.
Martha Stewart’s team shows us how to make paper dogwood flowers.