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Real Wedding Paper Flower Inspiration

Posted September 25, 2012 | 6 Comments

Hello and Happy Tuesday! We know the idea of using paper flowers in your wedding (as bouquets, boutonnieres, aisle decor, and more) and seeing it come to fruition are two very different things. Today, we’re bridging the gap between the two with Real Wedding paper flower ideas to inspire your look. Unlike fresh flowers, paper flowers last forever, never wilt, can be custom-coordinated with your wedding palette, and are always in season. Read on to see one couple’s Real Wedding reality and find out where to get paper flowers of your own. Enjoy!

paper flower bouquet

by dragonfly expression, photo by flashes of life photography

Real Wedding Paper Flower Inspiration

Chantal of Dragonfly Expression is nothing short of a paper flower genius! When she had the opportunity to work with a bride-to-be on her unique wedding vision, Chantal happily jumped on board and the result was a beautifully coordinated wedding with an underlying peacock theme. The bride’s paper flower bouquet contained purples, greens, blues, and browns.

paper wedding bouquet

by dragonfly expression, photo by flashes of life photography

paper flower bouquets

by dragonfly expression, photo by flashes of life photography

The bridesmaids carried a similar bouquet in a smaller size:

bridesmaids paper flower bouquets

The peacock wedding theme was carried throughout the decor, including these paper flower place cards:

paper flower placecards

by dragonfly expression, photo by flashes of life photography

paper flower placecards

by dragonfly expression, photo by flashes of life photography

We think she did a beautiful job (and Flashes Of Life Photography captured them beautifully).

Ready to turn inspiration into Real Wedding reality of your own? Visit Dragonfly Expression to see more examples, place an order, or ask questions about an upcoming idea. All flowers are custom made to tie into your unique vision.

Happy Planning!


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6 Responses to “Real Wedding Paper Flower Inspiration”

  1. Megan {Bayside Bride}
    September 25th, 2012 @ 2:47 pm

    So lovely, practical, and much cheaper than the real version. Plus they’ll last for life! Great idea!

  2. Leah
    September 26th, 2012 @ 5:50 am

    These flowers are a great idea, really pretty and something you can keep.

  3. Chantal Larocque
    September 27th, 2012 @ 6:28 am

    Beautiful Post!
    Thank you so much for this wonderful feature!

    ~ I enjoyed very much working with this lovely Bride-To-Be…

    What a delightful feeling it is…to be able to bring to life one’s vision…Coming up in the next few weeks…Another Peacock theme, “Sprinkels” color theme and Mexican Folklore! Stay tune!

  4. Jennie - Duryea Place Designs
    September 27th, 2012 @ 11:20 pm

    Ooooh, love these! Great colors!

  5. Nancy
    September 30th, 2012 @ 5:02 pm

    I love the unexpected nature of the flowers.

  6. Shannon
    October 21st, 2013 @ 1:17 pm

    I attended this wedding and these are the exact colors that i wanted to do for my own. These flowers are super easy to make if you have a cricut. It was a beautiful wedding.








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