frances & francis paper flowers

I’ve never been much of a paper flower girl, but these paper bouquets from Frances & Francis are gorgeous. Made from real twigs, branches and paper, each looks like a work of art that will, thankfully, last much longer than real flowers. In addition to these smaller bouquets, Frances & Francis also makes custom wedding bouquets. So if you’re looking for something a bit more permanent for your big day, these could be a great option. Click here to check out their latest bouquet designs (Rosetta, Sofia & Juliet) online and place an order. xo, grace

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  1. Sue says:

    These are beautiful.

  2. Julia says:

    How gorgeous! I can see these “blooming” in my apartment

  3. Claire says:

    Amazing, in a way they look better than the real thing!

  4. Courtney says:

    These are so pretty! The real branches combined with the soft colors look so fresh. I love the simple single stem in a glass bottle.

  5. Maya says:

    These are so beautiful. Very talented people :) Hmm…wonder if they’d survive in the mail?

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  7. Mimi Nizan says:

    Oh my gosh this is so pretty :) and you don’t need to water them so thats even better :D

  8. Karen says:

    These flowers bring paper flowers to whole different level. True works of art.

  9. Shelley says:

    These are gorgeous! I used to make paper flowers (nothing like these) as a child, but haven’t really been a fan since. I’m really loving these, thank you for sharing them with us.

  10. CamMi Pham says:

    They are gorgeous i would love to learn how to make them


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