After so many years of creating paper flowers bridal bouquets I can say that I know how to master this field. I enjoy making projects that are creative and complex, with lots of flower types, sizes and shapes. This beauty is an example of my vision for the perfect bridal bouquet!
It has color and texture, the size is just right and the flower mix is incredible.
You can discover so many flowers but, I think the main attraction is the red Pink Ice Protea and the Frittilaria Tulips which give the color touch. The anemone, butterfly ranunculus and dogwood ad the sweetness and delicacy.
In the end, the delicate english garden roses ad the romantic touch, all the small filler flowers give texture and the variety of leaves complete the design!
Luisa’s bridal bouquet was one of my all time favorite wedding projects. She had her wedding in Greece and we used that as a inspiration for the bridal bouquet and wedding candles. The main theme was magnolias and olive leaves… she was so beautiful and these amazing photos by DeersPhotography captured the moment perfectly!
Follow the wedding story here.
This bouquet was designed to fulfill the bride’s vision of the perfect wedding bouquet: purple centered anemone, sage leaves, navy berries, lunaria and soft pastels.
Photo of the bride Say Bre Photography
I often make bridal bouquets having as an inspiration a real bouquet… also I love to make recreation of real wedding bouquets if I find them beautiful and inspirational… so if you wish to hold your bridal bouquet one more time, for years to come, let me know!
I fell in love with this sweet face and her soft color theme for the perfect bridal bouquet!
Photo of the bride – Rock The Image
Recreating this amazing and complex flower from paper, has become one of my favorite thing to do when I want to relax. I hope to find the time to make a tutorial for this beauty.
I’m not a big fan of red but I had the most amazing time creating these lovely bouquets, with vibrant color themes, sophisticated flower mix and a red flowers as the main caracter.
I hope this tutorial is the first step of many more to come.
I learned to make paper flowers by myself studying images of real flowers ….I must be honest with you, I think this is the way to go so that you can be truly unique and creative in your work. Tutorials can be helpfull at first, to learn the necesary skills, but always remember to study nature.
The photographs are made by my dear friends from Deersphotography… take a look at their website to see how talented they are! I love them!
I love magnolias! It’s one of my favorite flower… I think it’s the perfect choice for this first tutorial, at the beginning of spring.
…but first, I have to share some guidelines about my aesthetic. I mix the paper flower techniques with my love for colors and painting thats why I paint my paper so I can obtain the colour I whant. I love mixing paint and discovering new shades all the time. I work with Italian crepe paper and acrilyc colors… I treat the paper like it’s my canvas. I think this type of paper is perfect for my vision…it’s thick and very resistant. I’m not sure I can teach you how to paint the paper and mix the colours because it’s an artistic proces… it comes from deep within and I don’t work with recipes. I use to be a painter, I went to art school so… it’s a know how from many years of practice and study.
I’m happy that I was able to share this with you! I hope you will enjoy it!