How to Make a Pink Rose Sphere Bridal Bouquet

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To make a pink rose sphere bridal bouquet for a wedding, start with a flower bouquet holder, add the stems in a downward position and spiral flowers around, mixing in other varieties of flowers with the roses. Add greenery to the bottom crown of a spiral bridal bouquet with instructions from a florist in this free video on wedding flowers and floral arrangements.

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Hi my name is Christine Holanda I'm the owner of Lily of the Valley Florist in La Quinta, California. Today I'm going to show you how to make a pink rose sphere bridal bouquet. You can certainly substitute any color rose that you would prefer. Today I've chosen to make a red sphere wedding bouquet. First of all you are going to start within a, it's kind of a wedding bouquet holder of some sort. There's many different varieties. And it comes with a thumb that you need to soak in water prior to making your arrangements so that it is wet and your flowers can drink water. And then you just simply begin by adding the stems kind of in a downward position. And you continue to do that all the way around and then you add your secondary flower, which can be any of your choice. I've chosen these wonderful fragrant oriental lilies. And you just fill in the spaces between the bottom flower which ever one you choose for that. We obviously have chosen red roses for that. And you continue all the way around and then you just continue to add flowers to fill in. And then at the very top you can add another lily, and you just continue to go around until you have a desired effect. Now you also may want to add greens into the bottom to crown the whole arrangement. And you want to cover the container, I mean cover the holder so that no one can see it. Basically cover your work and that's how you make a pink or red sphere rose bouquet.


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