balsa wood flowers

Let's talk bridal party bouquets today. So during my recent blog hunts I've noticed a lot of brides using these "wood" flowers in their bouquets.

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Come to find out these adorable paper like flowers are handmade in Thailand using ecologically sustainable tapioca wood that never wilts, dies or fades.  And finally after a lot of online hunting I found them on a website we've already been using for wedding items Save-on-Crafts.

Not sure yet how I will incorporate them into our bouquets, but they are way too adorable to pass up!  For reference, here are two inspiration images for my bridesmaid bouquets…

As for the bride, I would like an all white bouquet.  Maybe something like this with the balsa wood flowers instead of the greenery…


Cathy E. said...

Love these balsa wood flowers!

ANNE said...

I so needed you last year when planning Sarah's wedding she would have jumped on this and the great thing is they remind me of a (excuse the s.p.) rhanunculis ?? that never do well in heat but are a wonderful wedding flower.
Anne N.

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