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Paper flowers made from maps, sheet music and love letters

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Moll and Mostin paper flowers

Today I get to share these beautiful paper flower creations from Moll and Mostin – a new business I’d not come across until recently and I most certainly fell in-love at first sight.  Moll and Mostin is run by the lovely Lucy, who tells me she’s had a lifelong love affair with paper, vintage “and everything I can get my hands on at antique markets!”

Starting out making greetings cards with the magazines and papers she’d collected, she soon started looking for uses for those bits that were left over.  From here, Lucy began creating these beautiful vintage paper roses for hair pieces, fascinators, bouquets and buttonholes.  Each one is made by hand from pretty vintage papers – Lucy can even make them with papers of your choice, with maps and sheet music current favourites.

Paper flower fascinator

Engaged couples have also asked Lucy to make bouquets from copies of their love letters or photos together – a wonderful way to incorporate how you met into your wedding day.  Lucy says, “I love the that the bouquet will not wilt and die after one day – it’s not only a greener way of doing things, but it means you have an extra momento.”  In addition to creating the paper roses, Lucy runs hen party workshops so that brides can carry a bouquet where each paper rose was made by her closest friends.

vintage paper flower buttonhole

Lucy also makes a range of other wedding crafts, from hand-painted menu boards to chains of colourful letters – she is also open to all requests and suggestions – ideal for the bride who really likes the handmade look but without the time or inclination to do it all herself.  You can contact Lucy at mollandmostin@gmail.com or visit her website www.mollandmostin.wordpress.com for more details.

If you’re looking for inspirational paper wedding flowers you should also check out The Paper Florist who is listed on the directory.

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