[Video Tutorial] Very Simple DIY Bohemian Wedding Bouquet | Flower Arrangement
How To Make This Beautiful And Inexpensive DIY Flower Bouquet For Your Bohemian Wedding
Part of that dream wedding is the traditional flower bouquets that add beauty to the whole event. Every girl wants her wedding day to be the most unforgettable moment in her life!
Why don’t we let floral designer, Brittany, from Afloral help you achieve that dream wedding? Learn how to make this unique DIY wedding bouquet with the use of bold and bright-colored peonies, roses and berries.
1. Prepare The Materials Needed
- Rose and Dalia
- Hot Pink Hydrangea
- Blush and Enemies And Rose Buds
- Bright Golden Yellow Trendy Protea
- Variety Of Berries
- Boxwood Greener Eucalyptus
- Duct Tape
- Ribbon (big bow for the bouquet)
2. Cut A Long Piece Of Duct Tape
Before starting with the flowers, you will have to cut a long piece of duct tape and just stick it on the edge of the table (you will be needing that later).
3. Start With The Boldest And Brightest Flowers
Start with the boldest and brightest flowers and hold them in the palm of your hand. Work your way out from using the brightest flowers all the way to the lightest on the outside.
4. Build To A Round And Even Appearance
Keep building and checking it to make sure you have around and even appearance. This will be the body of your bouquet.
5. Add Your Accent Pieces
Now that you’re getting to the very outermost layer of your bouquet, you’re gonna add your accent pieces. It’s always nice to add the accent pieces at the end while still highlighting your flowers in the middle.
6. Add Draping Berries
Next, take the draping berries and just tuck it right up there.
7. Use The Duct Tape To Secure The Bouquet
Next, take the duct tape you got at the very beginning and wrap it tightly around the stems of the bouquet to secure it from breaking.
8. Clean Up The Stems With Pliers
Then take your pliers to clean up the end of the stems by evenly cutting those off.
9. Tie The Ribbon Into A Bow
Lastly, take your ribbon and tie it in a bow. Straighten it out and fit it where you want the center to be. This ribbon is perfect because it’s white and we don’t have to use any glue to cover up that duct tape.
And now you’re done!
You can also watch the video tutorial from Afloral on How-To: DIY Wedding Bouquet below:
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