One aspect of a wedding that’s easy to overlook is the rehearsal. Yes, everyone knows to show up, and realizes that they are going to have to pay attention for just a moment. But, for the most part, those in attendance of a wedding rehearsal are mainly looking forward to the dinner. This isn’t wholly unreasonable – the rehearsal itself is mostly just for timing, and determining who stands where. Not the biggest deal.
In my quest to create my own DIY paper flower bouquet, I’ve scoured the internet for the ideal realistic paper flower tutorial. In a perfect world, there would be one that already exists, for the exact bouquet I want to make. But, of course, this isn’t the case.
Instead, I’ve been looking at a lot of different paper flower tutorials. There are some that use origami paper, and while they’re beautiful in their own right, its not the aesthetic I’m going for. So, the following tutorials are for realistic paper flowers, and involve mostly crepe paper and tissue paper.
So, FH and I have decided to do what we’ve always wanted and elope. No fuss, no muss, just…well….us (and an officiant). Of course, I still want to have a nice looking bouquet for this event, and in all likelihood, there will be some sort of reception later in the year, which will necessitate yet another bouquet. I’m far too frugal and budget-conscious to justify purchasing two bouquets, so DIY silk flower bouquets seem like the way to go.
Most people don’t think of saving money when they think of shopping at Whole Foods Market, but it’s actually a great place to go if you’re planning a smaller wedding. Here are a few ways you can actually save money on your wedding by going to Whole Foods Market.
What’s cuter for a rustic wedding than a wildflower bouquet? DIY floral arrangements are actually pretty easy, as long as you’ve got some basic design sense, and readily available flowers.