DIY Hand-Tied Bridal Bouquet Tutorial

Summer's almost approaching. I feel like we need something calming to relax our mind. So today we are going to share how to make a casual-chic hand-tied bouquet, perfect for your summer wedding. Here's how it's done.

What you will need

Materials 

Flowers in shades of dusty blue

White anemones

Assorted greenery

Tools:

Wire stems

Wire cutters

Scissors

Floral tape

Plastic stems

Chiffon ribbon (1.5" wide)

Step 1 Hold your focal flowers with 2~3 colors to build the base. Here we use roses in ivory and shades of dusty blue.

Step 2 Add in more flowers to build the shape of the bouquet.

Step 3 Fill in trailing greenery for a flowy and organic effect.
Tuck in accents on different angles to fill in the gaps.

Step 4 Secure the base with wire to hold its shape. Tuck in some plastic stems if you prefer a thicker bouquet handle. 

Step 5 Tape around the handle and then cover it with layers of ribbons. Use pins to secure.

Step 6 Trim the stems to around 10" long. To finish off, tie a bow knot around the handle for an ethereal touch.

There you have it! A pretty bridal bouquet, incredibly budget-friendly and simple to tackle. Feel free to mix up the flowers you choose! We would love to see what you created. Please do post a photo on Instagram and tag us so that we can all see!