What a gorgeous way to add a little personal touch to your wedding! One of the goals for planning a wedding is to create an event that is both unique and memorable. And one way you can do that is with my paper rose wedding bouquet. This version of my paper rose includes three tones of pink, peach, and blush. The watercolor print on both sides creates a visual texture that adds a painterly touch.
If you are not planning a wedding, no problem! This lovely bouquet would make a great Mother’s Day gift or centerpiece to dress up a table. Below you will find my tutorial on how to make this bouquet. You can also refer to my paper rose video tutorial. Simply replace the skewer shown in the video with floral wire.
- Low-Temp Hot Glue Gun
- White Text Weight Paper
- Floral Wire
- Floral Tape
- 2 Yards of Ribbon
To make this paper rose wedding bouquet, you will need prints of the eighteen paper rose PDFs and two sheets of the leaf PDFs, printed onto text weight paper. Important to note: The PDFs have two pages… one to print on the front and the other to print onto the back. For best results, print on a laser printer.
You will find the link to download the PDFs below. Note that the preview does not show the complete design, but when you download and open it in Acrobat, you will see exactly what you will be printing.
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