Bookworm Eats Flower is a London-based Etsy shop that makes custom paper flower bouquets (along with decor, hair accessories and boutonnieres). And the great thing about these bouquets is, well, there's a lot of things actually…
- It's the only way to have flowers that are out of season while still being eco-friendly.
- You can have flowers that wouldn't usually work in bouquets, like daffodils.
- You can have flowers that don't even exist like polka-dotted daisies and newsprint roses.
- And they never die!
Bookworm Eats Flower uses varnish to make the products weather-resistant. And the varnish helps to make each piece a durable keepsake, without any further treatment needed.
"I strive to keep my business sustainable, and use only high-quality paper, usually recycled. I also like to incorporate found and vintage papers and buttons into my work. Mixing materials of different patterns and textures is fab; wood, metal, rubber, plastic, and paper can be amazing together."
-Lauren from Bookworm Eats Flower
Of course, these paper flowers are completely appealing to the English major in me. And how perfect would these be for a library wedding? Ooh! Or for a music-inspired weddings, to make them out of sheet music.
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And Lauren is happy to work with materials provided by the clients, so whatever you can think, Bookworm Eats Flower can cut it up and make beautiful!