For part three of our series on DIY inspiration, we’re looking at paper! You can catch up on parts one and two below:
At the recent wedding I second shoot for Cassie Rosch Photography, I got to drool over the uber cool DIY details of the day. One of my favorite parts of the day was how creative the couple were. They truly showed how amazing hand crafted decorations could be, and the coolest part was that almost all of their decorations were made out of paper! Every piece of their decorations flowed seamlessly from the ceremony to the reception to the (paper!) flower bouquets.
Check out this awesomeness below!
I never would have thought that newspapers could look so cool. And how economical, too!
All of these floral accents were handmade by the bridal party and friends. And then they re-purposed their invitation on their unity candle. Great idea!
One of the coolest bouquets ever. I heard the bridal party talking about the hours and hours it took to make the flowers.
But you can bet they had a great time hanging out together!
Fabric handmade hairpieces add a special individual touch to each bridesmaid and are a super trendy keepsake from the wedding.
Newspapers can serve as great, voluminous, centerpieces when done correctly.
Here, great balls of newspaper are attached to branches and placed in tall centerpiece vases.
All you need to set up this vignette are some old windowless cabinets, some twine, colorful paper,
and some cute photos.
Old picture frames, newspapers, lace, and some jars of brightly colored lentils are a great way to add color and focus to tablescapes.
Real flowers can be used sparingly to add a fresh touch to a paper dominated decor.
Crafty flowers also look great on a simple white cake.
For even more crafty details, check out the full blog post of my second shooting adventures.