Would you believe me if I said these stunning flowers are quite simple to make? Well, it’s true! This was the first paper flower I designed and through the years it has taken many forms. I love decorating with a mini version of the rose in this gorgeous 3D artwork, or see how others readers add DIY to their weddings like Glorya and Tim’s 500 rose wedding decor. Today I’m sharing my video tutorial on how to make your own frosted paper rose bridal bouquet.
If you’re thinking about making paper flowers for your wedding, I highly recommend it! Wedding flowers made out of paper won’t wilt. And a paper bouquet looks just as amazing as the real thing.
In my latest craft school video tutorial, I teach you how to make this frosted paper rose bridal bouquet. And how to save time crafting it! More specifically, you’ll learn how to curl and rotate your petals to make them look realistic. I’ll also show you how to add leaves and sepals to your paper roses and how to add extra greenery for a fuller bouquet. Since I now use a high-temp hot glue gun for certain projects, I’ll share some tips on how to glue the different parts of your paper flower together.
Finally, you’ll see how I arrange the roses to create a beautiful bouquet! Ready to try it out for yourself? Gather the tools and materials listed here, then download our rose pattern below. We’ve included both an SVG cut file for those of you with a cutting machine as well as a PDF template if you’re cutting your roses by hand. If you have any questions about crafting these paper roses or arranging them into a bouquet for your wedding, just leave us a comment.
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- Cutting Machine
- Detail Scissors
- High-Temp Hot Glue Gun
- Needle-Nose Pliers/Wire Cutters
- Heavy Duty Wire Cutter
- Paper Curler
- Frosted Text Weight Paper – Stardream Metallic Coral
- Text Weight Paper – POPTone Jellybean Green
- Paper Covered Wire – 18-Gauge and 24-Gauge
- Silk Ribbon (to match flowers)
Watch our craft school video tutorial on how to make a frosted paper rose bridal bouquet.
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