Posts by Playpus Papers

Choosing Stationery With Your Wedding Planner

The most important day of your life comes together when you have the ability to create memories using all of the details and personal touches that your heart desires. Your wedding is a personal expression of your love, and a basic invitation or a scribbled name on an escort card could detract from that meaningful expression.…

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Wedding Paper Flowers In A Book by Platypus Papers

Wedding Paper Flowers In A Book by Platypus Papers

Paper flowers can be found in a number of different venues. Weddings are one venue where paper flowers can be very abundant. For an Alice in Wonderland themed wedding we created these lovely paper roses. Each one is made from pages of “Through the Looking Glass” by Lewis Carroll. Once we had completed approximately 60…

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Paper Flower Wedding Boutonniere by Platypus Papers

Paper Flower Wedding Boutonniere by Platypus Papers

The groom in this Alice in Wonderland Wedding needed to have a very unique and special boutonniere to match his brides book page flower bouquet. We created this boutonniere from the pages of “Through the Looking Glass” by Lewis Carroll. We  hand colored the pages red, made them into a rose, added some very “Alice…

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Glamelia Single Bloom Wedding Bouquet by Platypus Papers

Glamelia Single Bloom Wedding Bouquet by Platypus Papers

This beautiful crepe paper single bloom bouquet harkens back to the 1940’s when supplies were limited and brides were creative with their bouquets. This single bloom is made from many petals that are gathered together to create a single, large bloom. There were 5 of these that we made and sent off to Arkansas for…

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Alice In Wonderland Wedding Bouquet by Platypus Papers

Alice In Wonderland Bouquet by Platypus Papers

There is no better way to feel completely Alice than to carry a paper rose bouquet made from the pages of “Through The Looking Glass” by Lewis Carroll. We thought it would be a little more fun if the floral stems were wrapped in blue and red ribbon in recognition of the colors so often…

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