paper garden flower bouquet

To transform these flowers into a bouquet, I added stems to the gardenia and ranunculus blooms and their leaves. I have added a couple of photos below to show you how I do this. But if you have any questions, just ask!

Once you have assembled all of your flowers and leaves (with the stems), you can just bunch all of them together or arrange them in a particular way. You can use my photo for inspiration—or you can watch my video tutorial on how to arrange paper flowers. This paper flower bouquet would be perfect for a spring wedding, but you can always change the colors for a different season, too.

If you craft this one for your wedding, we’d love to see it! Just tag us in your Instagram photos with the hashtag #MadeWithLia. Or you can share pictures on our Member Make Facebook page. Happy wedding day crafting! ~Lia and team

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Gather the tools and materials above. Then download the template at the end of this post. If you’re using a cutting machine, download the SVG file. For those of you cutting your flowers and leaves by hand, download the PDF. Once you have all your pieces cut, watch the video tutorials below for each flower. Then look at the photos as a guide for adding stems to your flowers and leaves.

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