Wedding planning is fun and exciting but it can also be tedious. Floral arrangement could also be expensive. If you want to add personal touch to your wedding, this DIY project is for you. Check out this rustic wedding bouquet from Sandy Sandler of Bowdabra’s channel.
Tutorial | DIY Rustic Wedding Bouquet that will Make You Swoon
Stretch Your Budget With This Easy Shabby-Chic Floral Arrangement
Are you planning to throw a perfect outdoor country wedding? Many couples go for a gorgeous rustic-themed wedding because not only that it’s easy to style, but it works with any season. In picking a bouquet to compliment your wedding day theme, you can opt for a homemade yet elegant rustic wedding bouquet idea.
Here are the materials you will need:
- Bowdabra bow making tool
- Bow wire (26″ long)
- Assorted silk (or real) flowers
- Thin veil lace fabric (36″ wide, 42″ long)
Step 1. Fold The Wire in Half
Take the Bowdabra bow wire, fold it in half, and insert it into the Bowdabra bow making tool.
Step 2. Arrange The Flowers
Arrange the flowers one by one into the center of the Bowdabra bow wire. We used artificial flowers in this tutorial but you can use a real one.
Step 3. Pull The Wire
Once you’ve arranged the flowers into a bouquet, pull the Bowdabra bow wire. Take the wire carefully so that you won’t break the floral arrangement.
Step 4. Make a Knot
Pull the wire really tight and make a knot to hold the florals together.
Step 5. Tighten the Knot
Pull the bouquet out and again, pull the wire really tight, then make another knot. (Make sure that the wire is really holding the florals together). Then, cut the end or excess of the wire.
Step 6. Tie the Lace
Now, tie the lace around the handle of the bouquet and just let the lace fall so you’ll have a really pretty bouquet. And, that’s it. You’re done!
You can also watch the full video tutorial here:
This bouquet is very simple and pretty. The great thing about this is that you can make one without going beyond your budget! You don’t need to hire a florist because this DIY bouquet looks like it was made by an expert. You can also use wildflowers or artificial flowers — I love the versatility! Have fun and enjoy your big day!
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