Making Wedding Flower Arrangements

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Making wedding flower arrangements involves using larger stems of flowers, incorporating smaller buds to add layers and texture and filling the vase with something decorative, such as cream tulle. Put together wedding flower arrangements to display near the guest book or the altar with creative advice from an event coordinator in this free video on weddings.

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Hi, I'm Becky Sosa with StressFreeEvents.net, and I'd like to talk to you about making a wedding floral arrangement. This is an arrangement that you might have on your guest book or maybe up sitting closer to where you're getting married. You want some height on it so that you can distract from some other things and give some variety on the table. I'm going to show you how we're going to make this. We've got our taller flowers here in the back along with a little bit of a different texture with the white and then we've got our smaller flowers towards the front creating a nice layer in all of it. Removing these here so you can see how it's put together. We have filled our vase, which is a fun little vase with cream tulle. And again because this centerpiece, or because this is not a centerpiece we are worried about the front and not necessarily the back of the look. Always build from your larger pieces first. We're going to put one of our texture pieces in, you'll have to push the netting out of the way so that it doesn't catch on the net, we're going to want to put in our large blue pieces. Don't worry about them looking perfect just right now, you'll have time to arrange them and tweak them as you go and once it's put together fully. Take your smaller flowers in your same color scheme and fill them in just in front of these. You want to make sure you have enough flowers to match the size of vase that you have and the space that you're trying to fill. Filling in the white ones here in the front, giving it a little contrast and a little bit of variety in the height. Don't worry if your netting starts to look like it's getting pushed down, you can fix that as you finish up. Got just a couple of more stems here. You notice the netting starting to fall, so just take your time, pull it forward, get it even like you want, and then you've got a nice arrangement. This is how you'll make a wedding floral arrangement.

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