DIY Flower and Teacup Centerpieces

I’ve always been very independent, and many times I preferred to work alone than to be forced to do group projects. However, if you pair a photographer with a very talented, imaginative, DIY goddess… then it turns out to be a very {fun} productive process that I can’t wait to do more of! Sarah flew into town to visit her family and she brought some inspiration from Minnesota. And teacups. She also demonstrated step by step how she makes those insanely awesome paper flowers from her wedding {coming soon}!

She told me about her concept several weeks ago. I heard words like, rustic, flowers, teapots , Alice in Wonderland, and was completely hooked. I was so excited to see it come together and document her delicate teacup creations. I think they would also be very fitting for a bridal shower or a very sweet baby shower. These lovely DIY centerpieces are inexpensive, colorful, and the possibilities are endless:

I can just envision how much color they could add to a fall wedding…

I loved her vintage books & the idea to incorporate the playing cards as place settings. All of these elements would translate very well at the cake table too.

She traveled across the country, packed & mailed everything for the shoot, set it all up by 9 AM, and still looked so effortlessly beautiful!

I photographed everything at Aullwood Farm in Englewood, Ohio. The blue bells were in full bloom and so dreamy. I have an obsession with {photographing} flowers.

The fresh flower teacup centerpieces could serve as favors for guests or you could even request that someone plant them for the bride & groom while they are honeymooning to warmly welcome them home. Thank you so much for your ideas & coordinating every single aspect of this project, Sarah.
We need to make this a tradition! ♥

I will devote an entire post to the DIY paper flower making process, I can’t wait to make a bouquet for my office at home!

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