How to Make a Cascading Bouquet
Making a cascading bouquet requires using a specific form for cascading flowers, filling in the base flowers, cutting the cascading flowers and filling in the spaces with greenery and soft misty flowers. Create a cascading bridal bouquet with advice from an experienced floral designer in this free video on weddings.
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Hi my name is Christine Holanda I am the owner of Lily of the Valley Florist in La Quinta, California today I am going to show you how to make a cascading bouquet. First of all you start with this form which is specific for a cascading bouquet, and you just begin by figuring out how, how long you need your flowers. You cut them accordingly. There are your base flowers. And then when we have some beautiful lilies to accent those flowers. We will put them in between. And we have chosen, some white dendrobium orchids and also some green. And we are going to cut those and these will be our cascading flowers. And you just simply put them up through the center. And then you just fill in with greenery, to cover, your work. I have chosen plumosa, only because it is very very soft. You want to make sure you cover all parts, of, the holder. Add some greenery to that, some other bear grass, just to give it a little extra funky interest. Which we here at Lily of the Valley enjoy very much, and then you have your filler flower which we chose misty. It is a very nice soft, colorful fill. Of course you add little bit, up here. To kind of have it throughout. And again you have some hardware to cover up here as well. So you do need to, be aware of that. And this is how you make your cascading bouquet.