Young Polish designers Olga Dabrowska and Adam Groch (aka +OYO) created the Flower BagPack (prototype) as an alternative for the cellophane wraps for bouquets. The bag is not only good-looking, but also eco-friendly and more functional than the traditional cellophane sleeve.
There are two variations of the design. One is meant for one-time use and to be recycled, as it is made from only waste paper and cardboard. It allows bouquets to be packed quickly and stores easily, and is very compact. The other is meant for multiple uses — for the charming man who makes a habit of bringing his girl flowers — and is made of cellulose and leather leftovers, both ecological materials. It can be rolled up and stored when it's not in use.
Pretty clever, eh? Makes me want to go out and buy myself a bouquet! To see additional photos,