Hello, hello! One of the many, many reasons I (Emma here!) love handmade weddings is the use of sustainable, re-usable decor. Take flowers for example: you love their bright colors and fresh aroma, but what happens after the wedding is over? All florals and boutonnieres are tossed in the trash! What if you could have an alternative that lasts forever instead? Today, we’ve found it! We’re showing you some of the most incredible paper flower bouquets we’ve ever seen by The Little Red Button, a sweet handmade shop that provides paper flower bouquets, paper boutonnieres, paper flower corsages, and more for weddings. This handmade alternative lasts forever and can be re-used in your home as chic decor. These bouquets are even more incredible in person (Atlanta brides may remember this at the Bridal Extravaganza), if you can even believe it! Read on to find out more about these paper flower bouquets and get inspired for your handmade wedding! Enjoy!
Paper Flower Bouquets
There are more than eight paper flower bouquets in the shop, but we’ve hand-picked our favorites to show with you today. Each bouquet is lovingly made by hand-cutting, hand-folding, and hand-stitching for the ultimate handmade accessory. Stacy Blair, shop designer + paper flower expert, uses a high-quality embroidery thread and designer paper to ensure your bouquet is made with only the highest quality materials. Stacy loves this paper flower style – called Kusudama – so much that she even uses her own bouquet as a centerpiece in her home. Stacy says the paper flower bouquets are perfect for the bride-to-be, bridesmaids, flower girl, or as a gift to anyone who could use a cheery accent in her home. These flowers never wilt, never fade, and will never die. We wholeheartedly love them!
Check out these eight hand-picked bouquets:
1. Yellow + Pink Bouquet
2. Blues + Greens
3. Hot Pink and Green
4. Black, Blue, and White Bouquet
5. Aqua + Fuchsia
6. Red, White, and Blue Bouquet
7. Lots of Green
8. Blue, Green, and Yellow
There are matching Kusudama flower hair combs, paper flower corsages, and coordinating paper flower boutonnieres for a cohesive look. See them all at The Little Red Button and tell ’em Emmaline Bride sent you!
The Little Red Button is a Featured Artisan in The Marketplace.
P.S. You’ll find more handmade wedding ideas here!