Japanese wedding origami - inspiration

Wednesday, June 04, 2014

One of the things that really made our wedding day special was the nod to our romance that kicked off while I was living in Japan. We wanted our wedding to have some type of Japan influence, but not be over the top. And then along came our wedding origami theme.

If you'd like to know more about our wedding check out my post: wedding origami - keeping Japan close to our hearts, which is still today the most popular post on my little blog.

So I thought today I'd share some of the imagery that I fell in love with on my wedding planning journey...

... cranes...
... hand folded origami invitations...
... origami keepsakes...
... origami table setting hearts...

Wedding origami inspiration
from left to right
{origami paper cranes | The Wedding Artist's Collective}
{beautiful white origami favours | martha stewart weddings}
{colourful origami keepsakes | alliswhite.net}
{origami heart wedding table setting | martha stewart weddings}
{colourful cranes | Jenny Moloney}

If you'd like some more wedding origami inspiration head over to my Wedding Inspiration Pinterest board.

Happy wedding Wednesday!

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8 comments

  1. I especially like the hearts as escort cards - what a sweet and creative touch. I jumped back to the post about your wedding - thanks for the tutorial! I might try this for Valentines day next year!

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    1. Hi Amye - glad you found the post useful. The hearts are really easy to make with practice. I might make some more for Valentine's next year too :)

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  2. I love the colors and the details with these pictures! I'm a wedding planner by trade - this might just inspire a new pinterest board project! :) (I found you via the wedding wednesday linkup! Nice meeting you!!)

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    1. Thanks Susan. Make sure you come back and share your board with me :)

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  3. i love this! a friend of mine had her backdrop made with paper cranes.. :)

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    1. Oh wow! I wanted to have something like that but completely ran out of time so had a smaller amount hanging from trees in the garden :)

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  4. Oh wow all of that is so beautiful!

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