Blissful Paper Flower – Paper Flowers
Cassie’s bedroom has always been a work in progress for me. It started as soon as I found out I was having a little girl. The options for girly décor are just endless and I had no idea where to start, so I just had a little fun. We have ice-cream decals on one wall, fairies on her wardrobe, pinks, greens and whites, and gorgeous ‘Guess How Much I Love You’ bunting over her bed. Recently I have realised it’s time for a change. My big toddler is no longer a baby and her room is no longer a nursery for me now that the cot is gone. The first thing to go was the bunting – and it went straight into Vivi’s room – but it meant I now had a whole wall to do something with. That’s when I came across Blissful Paper Flowers.
Their creations and just gorgeous and I knew straightaway they would perfectly fill that gap and tie into the rest of the bedroom. My aim was to replace things bit by bit, rather than do a full bedroom makeover. The lovely ladies worked with me from start to finish to personalise the design to my tastes and style. I sent through photos of my room and was given a choice of paper colours to use to match. They kept me in the loop each step of the way showing me the progress, and allowing me at any stage to offer my opinion and have colours/flowers changed to my liking. I was placed entirely in control. The gorgeous flowers were couriered over to me, and they are honestly much, much more stunning in person.
I got to work that afternoon (with Cassie’s help), hanging them on her wall. Each one has its own separated hook, so I could hang them up on the 3m removable hooks – perfect for a rented place. They make such a statement in Cassie’s room and the choice of colours really does pull everything together. Cassie is over the moon too. Every time we have a new visitor to the house, she has to pull them into her bedroom to show off the flowers.
If you’re looking for something personal and designed exactly for you, then Blissful Paper Flowers is the perfect option.
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