10 of the BEST Paper Flower Tutorials for your Wedding

[dropcap letter=”P”]aper flowers are definitely a fab and affordable way to decorate your day, but finding easy to follow, tasteful tutorials, is much trickier than one would imagine. Today’s 10 are an aesthetically pleasing bunch, with affordable materials and inspiring instructions.

Tip > If you pop them in a safe place while you are twerking up storm, they will last beyond your big day to make a very cool keepsake (Warning: keep them away from your kitty cat!)

I would love to hear your favourite?


This paper rose bouquet tutorial by Lia Griffith is oh so beautiful and easy to follow.

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This giant paper backdrop diy over at Oh Happy Day is the best thing since sliced bread.



crepe paper and watercolour tutorial by Lucy over at Craftberry Bush. Amazing.



Another gorgeous tutorial from Lia Griffith, Paper Mums as single flowers or a bouquet.

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paper flower boutonniere tutorial by designer Michelle Edgemont. Defo one of my favies.



This paper flower wreath tutorial is another Oh Happy Day creation. I am in love.



I love the rustic element of this tissue paper tutorial from Once Wed. I’d go all white.



Ruffled is awesome. This paper flower arch tutorial is awesome with awesome sauce.



I just had to add another from Lia Griffiths. These diy paper anemones are so purrrty!



A Green Wedding Shoes giant  flower tutorial. These blooms are bad ass!

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Want to mix it up? Learn how to pop your paper flowers alongside fresh leaves and lavender here.

Have a fancy pants day beautiful people ♥


  1. Jax

    March 19, 2015

    Hi Donna, Thank you so much for your comment, it has made my day! Wishing you a speedy recovery so that you can get back to it asap! 🙂 I would love to hear which project was your favourite? xox

  2. Donna Bradford

    March 18, 2015

    I’ve used several of your paper flower videos and guides to make paper flowers and have loved each one. You make it so easy to follow. Thanks so much. I’m now retired and making flowers has helped keep me busy. I’ve had compliments from almost everyone who has seen what I’ve made and I’ve given numerous ones away. As soon as I recover from a month long stay in the hospital I’ll get back to one of my favorite hobbies again.

  3. Jax

    March 6, 2014

    Hey there, thank you for your comment! I love the idea of the single giant flower, would look fab on the chairs down the aisle too! x

  4. Natale

    March 6, 2014

    Wow! Never would have thought a single giant flower instead of a bouquet.

  5. paper and lace

    July 26, 2013

    Oh wow that is fabuloso! Please let me know when it is out and about as I have so many readers looking for the perfect paper flowers, who I’m sure would love to buy it! I seem to kill every plant in my house, and any real flowers never last for me, so paper is the perfect solution for everything!:)

  6. Lia Griffith

    July 26, 2013

    Your blog is gorgeous! I love everything about it. You made me laugh by your response. Little secret. . . I just turned in my synopsis for my first book on paper flowers. Yay. 🙂

  7. paper and lace

    July 26, 2013

    Hi Lia, wow I feel so honored that you popped over to my blog! I would have included ALL of you work but thought that might be a little cheeky 🙂 Thank you much for stopping by xox

  8. Lia Griffith

    July 26, 2013

    Thanks for including my flowers in your top 10! I feel so honored. 🙂

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