Is your groom a bit reluctant to wear a floral buttonhole? Give
him a fun option: Mei Origami Studio's pinwheel buttonhole.
Made using maps and a natural piece of wood as a stick, the
pinwheel has a real vintage feel without verging on tryhard and
would suit a more relaxed wedding.
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Found on the wonderful world of Etsy, Mei Origami Studio also
does a number of other adorable paper decorations - from wall
pieces to bouquets (you can match your groom's pinwheel buttonhole
with a pinwheel bouquet of your own, if you like!) and even sweet
mini-stars perfect for table decorations!
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