Paper accordion rosettes, and paper accordion flowers are all the rage in DIY wedding and party decor, and for good reason! They're so simple to make and look amazing in groups. I've shared these accordion flowers with you before, as a fun accordion medallion bouquet centerpiece, and as festive Succah decorations, and as elegant golden stars, but never quite like this, and my bare Moroccan frames look better than ever as the perfect backdrop. These were made as DIY sheva brachas (festive meals the week following a Jewish wedding) decorations, and now they'll occupy this little corner in our home until further notice!
To make some yourself, follow my instructions here, and do take note that this time I actually used hot glue instead of a stapler, for joining both the center and the sides, and of course I used very large sheets of paper to achieve this dramatic size. While the pink rosette flowers were made by cutting petal shapes at the ends before assembling, the blue rosettes were made with paper that was just a bit too small, so I cut notches in every other fold after the rosettes were assembled. Enjoy!