Post # 1
I have just discovered these kusudama origami flowers. I am determined to incorporate them into our wedding. I was thinking of using them as part of our centerpieces but not to sure how…Any ideas would be great…Thanks In Advance
Post # 3
You could make kusudama balls and place them atop pedestals or cylinder vases.
or hang them like this
you can wire the flowers and add ribbon, greens etc and make an arrangement
or make just a few for each table and display them on a plate or tray
I would do a simpler pottery plate for a more zen-like centrepiece
Post # 4
@nshorty: There are so many things you could probably do; bouquets, centerpieces, kissing balls/pompom aisle décor. You should Google it but here’s what I found:
Post # 5
I love them too – I’m just trying to figure out how to make them look good. I’ve been fooling around with using them for a Maid/Matron of Honor bouquet. I would love to use them as a centerpiece, but I guess I’m worried that they might get wet or lit on fire. Probably overthinking things!
If you find any other ideas, post them – I’d love to see!
Post # 6
@julies1949: I love the ones sitting on a plate very pretty. Thanks for the pics =)
Post # 7
I was thinking maybe something like this with my candles around them instead of on them???these are the inspiration for my candle holders I will use a bright yellow organza fabric and tie with a deep purple ribbon.
Post # 8
I made these for aisle decorations. I made a half ball so 6 flowers glued together, and then added a backing to cover up the unfinished side and allow them to sit flat against the chairs. People took them home with them, and put them on their tables as centerpieces as home and they looked really nice that way.
I also think if you made a ball and then balanced it on the right vase it could look really nice.
Post # 9
@inahat: I was thinking of doing balls and maybe just having them sit on the table… I’ll have to do a bunch of trial runs… Thanks for the ideas =)