We are starting a series on how to make your wedding a green one or using the green chip for elements of it. This first post will centre around a few ideas with regards to wedding flowers. In this age where couples are more and more conscious about not wasting nature’s resources many turn to different alternatives regarding flowers. Yumiko from Japan is an origami artist and her creations are easier to preserve. It also adds a nice touch having texture and bold colours for table decor.
Sabine from Austria wanted a wedding bouquet she could keep as a memory that wouldn’t fade or wither with time. She decided on a fabric one, handmade in white and turquoise silk. To create the flowers, family heirloom broaches and stones were used, a great way for that colourful piece of Great Auntie Rose’s to get in handy! Sina will be able to add to her mum’s bouquet one day and it can be passed on through the generations. What about the throwing of the bouquet you ask? Well a second, smaller one was made and the gems used for this one were bought second hand and sourced in accessory shops! A very happy niece of Sabine’s caught it after a dazzling light show as it sparkled through the air.
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