This is an iteration of my "Digital Rose" which my Wife used in the bouquets for our wedding. I've softened the lines and made it more open to create a more delicate/lacy look that would be perfect for weddings, holidays, or just for decorating around the house.
Special thanks to CJ Zimmerman from cjzphoto.com for the great studio photos of the rose.
When my fiance Melissa and I started planning our wedding last September we knew it wasn’t going to be cookie cutter. We decided to include some personal additions that we just couldn’t get elsewhere to make the day our own and at the same time save money.
Here’s one example. Instead of buying bouquets for the wedding we decided to use our combined talents to create something that was not only skirted the norm but would also last quite a long time. We combined 3D printed parts and crocheted flowers to create a rather unique bouquet for the bridesmaids.
Good for Valentines Day, birthdays, anniversarys, and who knows maybe even other Maker weddings.
We did it, we got married last November. We picked a brewery as our venue and unsurprisingly I decided I want to make as many things myself as possible for the event. One of the things I picked to create was the boutonnieres for myself and my groomsmen.
Since the wedding was at a brewery I thought it would be fun to carry the theme into the boutonnieres and make them look like ethanol molecules.
After printing glue a pinback on and you're ready to go out on the town!