We have another new DIY bridal bouquet for you today! Just like I did with our paper flower vintage bouquet, I combined a few of our frosted paper flower kits to make this gorgeous paper anemone and succulent bridal bouquet. Along with the paper anemones and succulents, I also added some paper air plants and paper ferns. So, if you love the idea of lots of greenery in your bouquet combined with classic white and black flowers, this bouquet is the one for you.
We have put together all the flower kits we used for this DIY wedding bouquet into a bundle for you in our online craft store. And it is currently on SALE! Once you have crafted your paper anemones and your greenery, you can watch my video tutorial below to see how I arrange all of the different pieces into one beautiful bouquet.
This paper anemone and succulent bridal bouquet has such an elegant look to it. It’s also perfect to use any time of the year — and will fit with any color scheme! Of course, you can always play around with it too and add some pops of color.
There are some little tricks to making a paper flower bridal bouquet, which I share with you in my video tutorial below. For this paper anemone and succulent bridal bouquet, specifically, I will also show you which succulents, air plants, and fern pieces I use from each kit. Any extras you have left over from the kits can be used in your other flower arrangements or home decor.
If you have never made a paper flower bouquet before, don’t worry! Making your own wedding bouquet is very simple to do. And it is also a great way to save money on your wedding flowers. Typically bridal bouquets cost at least $100 or more. But, this bridal bouquet bundle is just $33.90! It’s also something you can keep forever as a reminder of your special day, which is priceless.
If you end up making this paper anemone and succulent bridal bouquet for your wedding day, I’d love to see it! Make sure to share your beautiful bouquet with us by using the hashtag #MadeWithLia when you post pictures on Instagram or Facebook. Or email pictures to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you’re a member, you can also post it to our private Facebook page for everyone to ooh and ahh over!
Of course, if you have any questions while arranging your bouquet, just ask. We are always happy to help you cross things off your wedding t0-do list. Also, if you want more DIY wedding ideas, we have plenty!