How to Create Your Own Wedding Bouquets & Centerpieces
To create your own wedding bouquets and centerpieces, hand-tie flowers into a bundle and use tall grasses for each table to add height. Use a variety of readily-available flowers to decorate a wedding with advice from an event coordinator in this free video on weddings.
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Hi my name is Becky Sosa with StressFreeEvents.net and I'm going to talk to you today about how to create your own wedding bouquets and centerpieces. As far as your wedding bouquets go, you're going to want to find flowers that are in the color that you like. The easiest thing to do is a hand tied bouquet where you'll take the flowers together, use floral tape to put all of them arranged together cutting the stems off at the bottom and using ribbon in your color scheme to tie it all together. As far as your centerpieces go, you can use anything from fruit that you can pickup at your grocery store with just something as simple as baby breath or flowers on top, tied off with a tulle bow. Very practical, very inexpensive. For something that's a little bit taller, you can do something like wheats grass, tie it together with a bow, cut it to the length that fits your vase and make sure you weight your vase down with something like rocks or marbles just so that it's not going to tip over as your guests are moving around at your reception. These are just ways to make your own bouquets and centerpieces.