Love: Balsa Wood Flowers

I am simply smitten with these eco-chic lovelies.

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Via (JL Designs Couture Floral and Event Styling Blog)

Via (JL Designs Couture Floral and Event Styling Blog

Via (JL Designs Couture Floral and Event Styling Blog)

Balsa wood flowers (also called Sola wood or Tapioca wood) are handmade in Thailand from a naturally derived paper. The pieces are cut to resemble little shells used to form the petals of these precious rosettes.

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You can find them available for purchase here. Use them to create an entirely earth friendly bouquet, string them together to make ethereal looking garlands, as a fascinating napkin treatment, or to hold the escort cards. Oh, the possibilities. Love.

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