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Bridal bouquet, origami flowers, paper cranes, wedding bouquet, paper flowers, wedding flowers, kusudama, artificial flowers

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Bridal bouquet, origami flowers, paper cranes, wedding bouquet, paper flowers, wedding flowers, kusudama, artificial flowers

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From Warwick, RI
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Description

This origami wedding bouquet is created using three assorted card stocks. The arrangement is a mixture of kusudama flowers and lily flowers. Random flowers are adorned with matching buttons. A white ribbon secures the stems.
Two origami cranes dangle from the stem.
This bouquet pictured is the small. It measures approx 12" long and 7" wide.

Please message me for custom colors to match your event and also buttons can be switched out for rhinestones to add a little bling.

Pictured is the small bouquet containing 18 flowers.
Medium bouquet contains 28 flowers.
Large has 38 flowers.

Origami was invented in China around 100AD. The word origami simply means "paper folding".

As in many societies, paper was a luxury item, created by hand and used only for important, long lasting purposes.

The crane symbolizes honor, luck and loyalty.

From its inception, origami has held an honored place in ceremonies that were of great importance. Origami was used at births, weddings, and funerals to help commemorate the occasion in a unique, hand-crafted manner. The origami figures would be treasured by participants for years afterwards.

Let me help you create a memorable, unique and fun wedding, event or gift!

Check out listings for centerpieces: https://www.etsy.com/your/shops/BranchingOffStudio/tools/listings/517725670
This origami wedding bouquet is created using three assorted card stocks. The arrangement is a mixture of kusudama flowers and lily flowers. Random flowers are adorned with matching buttons. A white ribbon secures the stems.
Two origami cranes dangle from the stem.
This bouquet pictured is the small. It measures approx 12" long and 7" wide.

Please message me for custom colors to match your event and also buttons can be switched out for rhinestones to add a little bling.

Pictured is the small bouquet containing 18 flowers.
Medium bouquet contains 28 flowers.
Large has 38 flowers.

Origami was invented in China around 100AD. The word origami simply means "paper folding".

As in many societies, paper was a luxury item, created by hand and used only for important, long lasting purposes.

The crane symbolizes honor, luck and loyalty.

From its inception, origami has held an honored place in ceremonies that were of great importance. Origami was used at births, weddings, and funerals to help commemorate the occasion in a unique, hand-crafted manner. The origami figures would be treasured by participants for years afterwards.

Let me help you create a memorable, unique and fun wedding, event or gift!

Check out listings for centerpieces: https://www.etsy.com/your/shops/BranchingOffStudio/tools/listings/517725670

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I gladly accept returns and exchanges
Contact me within: 7 days of delivery
Ship items back within: 14 days of delivery
I don't accept cancellations
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
The following items can't be returned or exchanged
Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
  • Custom or personalized orders
Conditions of return
Buyers are responsible for return shipping costs. If the item is not returned in its original condition, the buyer is responsible for any loss in value.

FAQs

I will communicate with you to create an item(s) that you are requesting. Due to the work put into each item, I can not accept returns.
Origami is made from paper. I use several different thicknesses depending on the item. Although many items are finished with a moisture resistant product, I never recommend having the item come in contact with moisture.

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