An Origami Wedding: Roxy & Tanner

September 9, 2011

“Our theme was nature and DIY, paper and origami,” newlywed Roxy wrote. “Being a designer, it was important to me that we personalize our wedding and that we showcase our creativity. It was an opportunity to get crafty with friends and to add a more personal touch to our wedding décor.”

Roxy & Tanner went with the bride’s  favourite colour combo for their wedding theme – purple and green. They also handcrafted most of the decorations including making all the paper flowers, pomanders, origami cranes, manzanita and willow branch centre pieces, stained glass mason jars and the guestbook. “I’ve always loved origami as an art form since I was a child and it holds sentimental value as it was my Father who first taught me how to fold a paper crane,” Roxy continued. “Origami cranes are also perfect for weddings asthey symbolize love, peace, longevity and patience.”

Thanks to Roxy & Tanner and their photographer Heather for sharing this beautifully personal wedding with us today.

Photography Credit: Heather Elizabeth Photography
Venue: Sand Rock Farm
Bride’s Dress: Light In The Box
Bride’s Headpiece: Loveybyisha on Etsy
Bride’s Jewellery: Wexford Jewelers on Etsy (wedding and engagement rings)
Groom’s Ring: Beth Cyr Weddings on Etsy
Bridesmaid’s Dresses: Light In The Box
Cake: Starz Cupcakes
Hair: Veronica Ramos
DJ: Aaron Axelson
Coordinator: Kellie Peach
Rentals: Alexis Party Rentals