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DIY Paper Flower Bouquet- Part 2

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How to make a paper flower bouquet

A collage of pastel paper flowers of varying types, both alone with greenery and in bouquets. The text above reads, "DIY Paper Flowers."

A bride holding a paper flower bouquet with pink peony flowers and other paper flowers made using a cutting machine like Cricut. The pastel paper flowers in this bridal bouquet include paper greenery as well.

If you have checked into my blog lately you will notice I did part 1 of a video tutorial on building a paper flower wedding bouquet

I wanted to now share with you part 2 of the video series and some other useful ideas as to how and use paper flowers in general.  
And well, okay I also wanted to also share the pretty photos my hubby took for me. Can you tell I love my bokeh shapes filter? Picmonkey.com people! FREE
A woman in a white dress holds a full, beautiful wedding bouquet at her waist. The bridal bouquet has leaves and gold and pastel-colored paper flowers made with a Cricut machine.
You can view my original post to part 1 to building a bouquet and  how to go about stemming a paper flower here:
I get asked a lot about different ways to use paper floral, well honestly you can use in just about anyway you would with real flowers! 
Below I have listed just a few ideas of how to use paper flowers in event decorating…
A close-up of a bridal and wedding bouquet full of multi-colored paper flowers and green leaves and vines made using a cutting machine, held by Abbi Kirsten.
  • Bridal Bouquets
  • Bridesmaid bouquets
  • Corsages
  • Boutonnieres 
  • Centerpieces
  • Aisle decor
  • Backdrops 
  • Favor toppers
  • Card crafting
  • Wreathes
  • Cake toppers
  • Baby headbands (tutorial coming soon on that!) 
  • Home decor
  • Nursery Decor
  • A gift to a special someone
  • Table runner centerpieces
  • Pretty much anything you can imagine!                                                                                          

Comment below how you would use paper flowers in your events or crafting?  I’m all ears, really!

A collage of a bridal bouquet from various angles as it held at Abbi Kirsten's waist. The text above the collage reads, "Download paper flower templates."
In part 2  we go over how to add finishing touches like greenery, ribbon, and embellishments to your bouquet! 
Grab your ribbons, sparkles, heat up that glue gun  and jump into it!
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  1. stevenjared0853 says:

    Quite impressed with all your ideas and it’s wonderful that you shared them here. For decoration of our wedding venues, I am considering similar paper flowers. Would be great if you can suggest some more unique ideas.

  2. Abigail Gillespie says:

    Thank you for the compliments. I definitely have many more ideas to share!