Post # 1
We finally finished our tissue pomanders and it feels awesome. I think are really going to pop against our white chairs in our outdoor ceremony. Please excuse the mess of the closet we have them stored in! Any ideas what I should put down the aisle? I am trying not to get too fussy since these are so large. Will flowers on the runner be too much?
Post # 3
amazing! Do you have a tutorial or link on how to do that? I think that is something I want to try to make!!
Post # 4
NICE JOB! Didn’t even realize they were tissue until you mentioned it.
Post # 6
Thos are AWESOME!! How long did they take to make and roughly how expensive? I’m looking for fresh flower alternatives!!
Post # 7
Those are adorable! I love the mix of colors.
Post # 8
Wow – good job! I agree with the others, I didn’t realize they were paper, I thought they were silk flowers. Awesome!
Post # 9
These take a long time to make. We ordered our tissue in bulk and cut it down to size. We started with a 5″ styrofoam ball ( i ordered a pack of 12 off of ebay) We used three different colors of tissue paper alternating the order to create more depth. I will try to put together a more formal tutorial when I have a bit of time!
Post # 10
Those look amazing! I am trying to make those myselfs but I seem to keep ending up with a few flowers that are a different size and therefor stick out more than the rest when placed on the ball….how did you get yours so even??
Post # 11
@calbride…they look awesome!! My sister and I are supposed to start on the ones for her wedding this weekend. She is getting married in September.
Abt how long does it take to make these? I know for the regular flower balls it took about 30 mins to an hour for each one…of course there is less prep work than with the tissue paper.
Post # 12
Those look amazing! I think they will be stunning against white chairs outside. So pretty. You must put up a pic of them at the ceremony.
Post # 13
Those look awesome. I bet someone would even buy them from you after your wedding, they look really nice!
Post # 14
@MissGoodie We folded the issue in half when we put the wire on and checked again to make sure the sides were even after trimming. I also found that the spacing had a lot to do with how even the pomander was. Hope that helps!
Post # 15
Wow those are so pretty! I would never have the skill or patience to do anything like that!