These tulips won't wilt on the big day, and they make for delightful place names, too!
Begin with a square piece of paper. Fold the paper in half four times (unfold after each time) to make four creases , one going horizontally, one vertically, and two diagonally across the paper.
Fold the paper in half again to make a triangle, which will have three creases in it. Fold in the two creases nearest the base to make a diamond.
Cut the paper into a petal shape. Make a hole where all the lines meet in the middle, and place a piece of gardening wire with a loop at one end through it. Fold a piece of green paper in half and cut out a leaf shape across the fold, giving you two leaves.
Write a guests name on it and glue the leaf around the wire.
Paper, £2.40 per sheet; scissors, £2.50,gold pen, £2.75 paperchase.co.uk.Chiyogami paper(used as a tablecloth), £6.90 per sheet, japenesepaperplace.com.Plate, 30p;napkin£1.05,cutlery, £1.05, to hire, joneshire.co.uk
As seen in the May/June 2013 issue of Brides