w15Why kill flowers when you can just make one, in the case of this origami boutonniere.

The bridal party got origami necklaces, origami place cards, the centerpieces and even the bride's bouquet were made from origami flowers!

(Thanks to mysoldiergirl for the photo!)

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  1. Just want to say–thanks for the inspiration! After I saw this my fiance and I talked with my mom, who’s always done origami, and she’s going to make our table centerpieces and related decorations. It’s going to have a very different feel, she’s planning them around a modified Kawasaki rose design, but we’re excited. For some reason she thinks we need real flowers for the bouquets and boutonnieres, though.

  2. Why does everyone only ever do the iris or kawasaki rose? They are nice I guess but there have to be some more interesting flowers out there.

  3. I’m actually taking this to an extreme for my own wedding; I’m folding 1000 paper cranes to use for all manner of reception and ceremony decor. But aside from that, it’s a very meaningful and beautiful tradition.

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