Connecticut Wedding Snippets

BW Paper Backdrop

For a wedding earlier this summer, I was asked by a dear friend to add some paper decor to her younger brother’s wedding in Connecticut.  The bride had loved my mixed paper backdrop and wanted something similar.  Ask and you shall receive!  I added the above paper pinwheels and pennants to a wall inside the venue that was used for the photo booth backdrop.  I also made some paper flowers and added those to the iron arbor which they were married under.  While I freestyled some of these flowers, I also included enlarged versions of my paper roses and used TheHouseThatLarsBuilt tutorial for the poppy-esque flowers (those with the fanned petals).

Paper Flower ArchPaper FlowersFlower ArchOh, the benefits of being tall – I could adjust most of the flowers and then had my even taller boyfriend assistant on hand to adjust the flowers at the top.  Lucky me!  The sight of a handsome man adjusting paper flowers was pretty freaking cute, but I’ll hold off on sharing those photos, as he would probably not think it was very cute that they were on the internet.

  1. Janet

    July 31, 2014 at 6:56 am

    Hi Alana. The flowers are absolutely stunning and so rustic and simple at the same time. Beautiful 🙂

    Thanks for sharing a few photos.

    1. alanajonesmann

      July 31, 2014 at 2:20 pm

      janet – thank you so much for your kind words – they made my day!

  2. Karen

    August 8, 2014 at 8:02 pm

    Hi Alana. I just saw your flower arch and it is truly amazing!! Just gorgeous. Love it, love it!! Thanks for sharing all your wonderful projects.

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