How to Make Pomander Bouquets
To make a pomander bouquet, find a piece of spherical floral foam, attach a loop of ribbon as a handle and insert similarly sized flowers all the way around in a ball shape. Create a symmetrical pomander bouquet with advice from an experienced floral designer in this free video on weddings.
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Hi my name is Christina Holanda and today I am going to show you how to make a pomander wedding bouquet. First of all you can start with this piece of oasis or floral foam. You can start with this was a brick, we've shaped it to suit our needs or they also share specialty balls that are shaped in a sphere and you can use that as well, whichever you prefer. Take the ribbon and you bend your wire in half and put it through your wire and then you'll puncture the oasis and you are going to pull the ribbon down the oasis and you are going to pull your ribbon down just a scoach, take a wire pick or any kind of pick for that matter and you could even use a popsicle stick, anything that is going to kind of give this something to hold on to, you wrap it around and then you cut it. Fold it back up into the foil, then you want to cut the sides of the pick that are protruding and that is how you are going to hold it. Then you take your flowers, cut them all about the same length and you just begin to insert them. You do this until you cover the entire ball. This would be completely covered with Gerber Daisies when you are finished and you hold it like that. This is how you make a pomander bouquet.