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3 Quirky alternatives to your wedding flowers

Paper Pamela

Pamela creates beautiful and unique wedding flowers and décor. From bouquets to bunting, buttonholes to large sculptural flowers, look closer…Paper Pamela uses only paper!

Each bouquet and buttonhole is unique and will stand the test of time! You can even have your flowers ready and waiting weeks before your big day, with no worries about any wilting

Pam creates custom designs, and she loves a challenge so share your ideas and she will do her best to bring them to life.

Imagine if your wedding bouquet looked as great today as it did on your special day and will still be lovely enough to grace the dinner table on your first ‘paper’ wedding anniversary. Something you can treasure forever!

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A bride holding beautiful handmade paper wedding flowers

With a Flourish

Francesca from Flourish can create stylish centrepieces and bouquets and so much more! Francesca has gained a reputation as a highly stylised and glamorous contemporary wedding company, specialising in traditional, off the wall, modern and contemporary designs.

Providing everything to make your wedding just that bit more spectacular from wedding trees, wedding arches and their really unique flower wall backdrop…and all her spectacular flower arrangements are created from silk!

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A photograph of a bride holding a bouquet of beautiful silk flowers

Rowena Scotney Feltings

A unique, bespoke beautiful floral keepsake of your joyous day. You can have your bouquet felted by the very talented Rowena. All she needs is a photograph that you love of your wedding flowers and she will create an original felting inspired by them.

Your bouquet felting will also be embellished with stitching and beading…and can incorporate organic materials such as petals, stems, and leaves from your bouquet.

The felting process lends itself especially well to wildflower bouquets, and Rowena loves to create bohemian and alternative style feltings.

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