Unique paper flower bouquets and accessories from Bookworm Eats Flower

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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!

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Comments on Unique paper flower bouquets and accessories from Bookworm Eats Flower

  1. I am SO in love with that newspaper bouquet! I’m a journalism major, so it suits me perfectly.

  2. These are so incredibly beautiful and amazing! I really love the first picture of the Newspaper Bouquet. And unlike real flowers I’m sure they will live longer.

  3. Thanks so much for the lovely comments! I’m blushing over here. I just want to make two quick notes: first, a shout-out to my wedding photographer, David Spence, for the third photo; and second, the newsprint bouquet is actually pages from my read-to-pieces copy of Jane Austen’s novels. But I love the idea of using newspaper, maybe with some comic strips thrown in for color?

    • Comic strips! Oh, Ms. Lauren, if I ever have a wedding, I know who I’ll be turning to for my non-flower flowers!

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