How to Make a Round Bridal Bouquet
The best way to make a perfectly round bridal bouquet is to use a round bouquet holder and soaked floral foam, where short stems can be inserted to make the dome shape. Create a classic round bouquet with helpful tips from a professional florist in this free video on wedding flowers.
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Hello, my name is Crystal Nassar with Tuscany Florist in Rancho Mirage, California and I am going to show you how to make a round bridal bouquet. First, the easiest way to make a perfectly round bouquet is to start with a bouquet holder and I've chosen this beautiful holder that looks like a vintage silver, real silver holder. So you can take the bottom out, just unscrew it; submerge it in water and that way your flowers are always drinking. So I've decided to use some very open roses. They will fill it up a lot faster than if I use tight closed roses and you're not going to cut them very short because then it's going to be just a little compact. So you're going to start at a pretty, kind of get a good idea of how, how round you want it to be. So I'm going to start it probably at about, I don't know, five; maybe five inches, four inches and just start; "It's a little bit too long". Just start by putting it in at a little angle; you don't want it to fall out. So I think that's going to be a nice, nice round bouquet. Cut your next rose; try to get them all at the same length. That really is helpful if you don't have to keep re-cutting them. Keep inserting flowers; nice and even, evenly. You want it perfectly even and just keep filling in all the spaces. And this is my finish product. I'm Crystal Nassar with Tuscany Florist in Rancho Mirage, California and I hope you enjoyed my demonstration on how to make a round bridal bouquet.