Floral & Paper Artistry
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What is a Paper Florist?
Many people ask…what is a paper florist? What paper are you talking about? your a florist right?
There are mass differences when it comes to a florist and a paper florist. I’ve made it easy for you below!
your good ole
- They work with (should anyways) fresh flowers and live plants.
- They often sell many other things besides flowers
- They buy the fresh flowers from a wholesaler
- It can be a bit messy with water, preservatives, spray paint….yes I said spray paint, thorns…etc
- They are creative in arranging the fresh flowers
- There are many components that go into keeping the flowers fresh and alive.
an out of the box
- They CREATE paper flowers using different types of paper
- They sell nothing but paper flowers and have an obsession with them
- They hand craft each flower that is put into an arrangement…there is no buying these in bulk.
- It is VERY messy with wire, hot glue and lots of it…paper trimmings, more wire, and did I say paper?
- They are creative in all aspects of the flower process, from making it to arranging it!
- They don’t have to worry about keeping the flowers alive…paper flower won’t die!
Now you might say that I sound a bit biased….maybe, but when it all comes down to it, a paper florist is not only a florist but an artist! We imagine, create and assemble art! Something that comes from nothing is such an amazing thing and when you look at a bouquet of paper flowers….it blows your mind to think that was a flat sheet of paper 30 mins ago.
the perks of working with a paper florist
- The process is completely customized
- You get to choose the exact colors you want your flowers to be
- You can have any flower you want anytime of the year. There is no seasonal flower with paper!
- Paper flowers can be affordable!
- You get to see your flowers BEFORE the day of your wedding. There is no surprises with paper flowers.
- The colors you choose are the color you get!
- You are receiving a piece of art.
- The flowers on your wedding day can be placed in a vase and last for years to come.