Sunday, September 4, 2011

Origami Bouquets

According to the source Wikipedia: : Origami (from ori meaning "folding", and kami meaning "paper"; kami changes to gami due to redaku) is the traditional Japanese art of paper folding, which started in the 17th century AD at the latest and was popularized outside Japan in the mid-1900s. It has since then evolved into a modern art form.

With that said all of my Origami Bridal Bouquets are created with beautiful Origami Paper Flowers that I have handcrafted out of either Recycled Material such as Books, Japanese Origami Paper, Solid Color or Pattern Paper. I do my best to only purchase post consumed, recycled, Eco-Friendly paper when able.

All of my Bouquets can be customized from the Paper, to the SIZE to COLOR to "Flaire". Paper can be: a Solid Color or Pattern Paper. I can even create your Bouquet from the pages of your favorite book. 

"Flaire" - Is that extra something. The pzazz. We can add pearl pins or beads to the center of the flowers which gives them more of a finished look. We can add some sparkles to the edges of the flowers or even some rhinestones. Peacock Feathers or even Mini Brooches mixed in with the Paper Flowers. There are endless options. 

The price of the Bouquet varies depending on the Number of Flowers or Size of the Bouquet, the Paper and Material used including any additional "flair".

These beautiful bouquets wont "wilt" if they are taken care of. They will last more than a week unlike real flowers. This is something that can be cherished for time to come. They are very light so they are easy to ship and light enough for a little Flower Girl.

To see additional samples / pictures please check out My Boutique Wedding - as well as Good CarMa Crafts - or .

Please feel free to contact me if there is something special you are looking for.

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