Become your own (paper) florist with these easy DIY blooms.
START YOUR PLANNING HERE
Cut flower petal shapes out of paper in various sizes (2).
Attach the shapes using double-sided tape and then curl in the
petals (3). Fix to the chair using glue dots.
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Coloured paper, £3.80 for 10 sheets, www.paperchase.co.uk. Glue
dots, £3.50, www.hobbycraft.co.uk. (Flower girls from left)
Sequined crêpe dress, £75; glitter brogues, £62, and chiffon dress,
Glitter ballet pumps, £20, www.monsoon.co.uk. Natural peacock chair, £795,
www.grahamandgreen.co.uk. Paper flowers, £21
for 10, Paper Flower Wedding at www.etsy.com.
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