Would You Carry a Paper Wedding Bouquet?

Happy Tuesday! We’ve talked about reasons to love paper wedding bouquets in the past… and today, we want to hear from YOU! Would you carry a paper wedding bouquet? Find out why a paper wedding bouquet is a fresh idea, vote in our poll, get a glimpse into some hand-picked paper blooms, and enter for a chance to win a free + totally gorgeous paper wedding bouquet by Dragonfly Expression!

Paper Wedding Bouquet

Paper Wedding Bouquet

A paper wedding bouquet is handmade, made with love, and crafted using your color palette. A paper wedding bouquet never, ever dies. It never wilts. It doesn’t require water or refrigeration, even when it’s sweltering hot in the middle of July.

Paper Bouquets

Paper flowers can show off your personality and unique sense of style.


above two photos: jamie y photography

A paper bloom is never “out of season”; it can always be created. And thrive. A paper wedding bouquet is an investment that provides beauty and decor long after the wedding day is over.

Paper Wedding Bouquets

photo: cargile photography

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A paper bouquet doesn’t smell lovely like flowers do, but you can always incorporate fresh flowers into your ceremony or reception decor, right? ;)

What Do You Think? VOTE!

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Paper Wedding Bouquet Giveaway!

Want to win a free paper wedding bouquet? Now’s your chance! We’ve teamed up with Dragonfly Expression to offer one lucky reader the chance to win a custom paper bouquet valued at $125. No cash value. Past giveaway winners within 30 days not eligible to win. Enter between 11/19-11/24/13 (11:59pm EST). Winner will be randomly selected on 11/25 and announced on the blog. Winner has one year to ‘order’ bouquet; winner must respond to winning email within 72 hours. Pick your own colors! Use entry form below to enter. Free shipping to the US and Canada (yippee!) Good luck!


On to you… would you carry a paper bouquet? Which of these is your favorite?

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