How to Make a Bridal Bouquet With Fresh Flowers
You can make a bridal bouquet with fresh flowers by surrounding a rose with hydrangeas, white lisanthius and some attractive greenery, securing the whole thing with a pipe cleaner and tying it with a satin ribbon. Get any wedding off to a fresh start with the tips in this free video on wedding flowers.
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Hi, my name is Diana Wetzel. I am the lead designer here at Jasmine's Garden, and today I'll be showing you how to make a traditional wedding bouquet here for a bride and today I'll be using tools here. I will be using clippers, scissors, pipe cleaner, a satin white ribbon to tie the bouquet. So the first thing I like to start is the center point which will be the rose and then around the rose I'll be adding in a little bit of the white lisianthus and on the sides I like to add in the white hydrangeas and a little bit more of the white lisianthus here on the edges and once I have finished setting up my flowers, then it's time to add the ruscus greens and from there I would be using them all around the bouquet to make a round shape that you can see here. So once I secure the bouquet with the ruscus I will be using a pipe cleaner and the pipe cleaner will be wrapped around the bouquet to make sure that it's tightly secured. Then from there I will be using a white satin ribbon to give it that traditional look and from there I would be tying that on the top of the bouquet and I will finish up the ribbon with a nice cut of an angle and it gives it that nice traditional look here. I'm Diana Wetzel from Jasmine's Garden and this is how you make a traditional wedding bouquet.