16+ Paper Flower Backdrop DIYs
You can design a paper flower backdrop for your next party and have everyone complimenting you on your craft and decorating skills. For a celebration, having a wall covered partially or fully with large flowers is sure to turn heads and give your party a creative dimension.
You can make this attractive backdrop with butcher paper roses. Or, you can play around with watercolor paper for an ombre effect.
This wall decoration would make a big impact on a bridal shower. The enormity of the flowers is the beauty of this project.
If you are a minimalist, you can just make a few of the blue, gray and white flowers. However, if you want to decorate an entire wall, you would need more DIY flowers and a whole lot of patience!
The colorful flowers would be a great backdrop for a birthday party. For a Disney themed party, you can have a gold paper cutout of the Minnie Mouse head glued below the flowers that are color coordinated in red and black and pink and black.
You can have a pallet frame and attach your paper flowers to them. It would have classy rustic look for baby showers.
After making the huge flowers, you would have to create the wall out of six foam sheets of dimensions 3’X4’. You can have purple, royal blue, yellow, burgundy or pink and gold, black and gold, red and gold flower combinations for the backdrop.
If you have a large white window curtain at your home, you can have it as the backdrop. It would look unique and exquisite.
Bring on the big florals since this flashy and flamboyant paper flower backdrop would be a great photo op. It would be a fave with those who don’t like minimalism.
If you want, you can choose a striped fabric for your backdrop. It makes a pretty background when you pose for the camera in front of it.
For this swoon-worthy project, you need to cut out the petals of the flowers out of tissue paper after sketching the shapes with a marker pen. Then you have to fold the edges of the petals inwards.
This paper flower backdrop is made on three canvasses and you can hang them from the trees in your yard if you are having a party outdoors. The flowers are made from cardstock and coffee filters.
You can set up this backdrop for the dessert table of a baby shower and receive ample appreciation from your guests. The lavender and white flowers make it soothing to the eyes.
After making giant tissue paper flowers, you can go ahead and construct the backdrop according to the instructions given in the above-linked article. If you don’t like bright colors, you can go for pastels. White and gold, blue and white, black and white are other options of color combinations.
The greenery adds subtle charm to the white tissue paper flowers. For Christmas, you can have red flowers surrounded by holly leaves. You can have fairy lights hanging from it to light up the festive night. You can also decorate the backdrop with grass if you want.
Turn the aesthetic quotient of your home or porch décor up a few notches with any of these wonderful tutorials. The huge flowers look classy against a wall, curtain or pallet board background. You can draw the dessert table up close to the luxe-looking backdrops for a hearty fiesta.
Published on April 18th 2019 by Peyton Derrida