THESE 4 TRICKS WILL HELP YOU DIY YOUR WEDDING BOUQUET




Here are 4 tricks will help you DIY your wedding bouquet; from Woman Getting Married 




I think we can ALL agree that the wedding bouquets pictured on this page are gorgeous. Well, guess what! They were all DIY’ed by brides (along with their friends!), using wholesale flowers from FiftyFlowers! Yeah, our jaws almost dropped to the floor, too. If I knew I could have DIY’ed my own wedding bouquet to look like one of these, I would have definitely enlisted the help of my mom and bridesmaids and had a fun bouquet-making party for my own wedding. But what do you need to know to DIY your own wedding bouquet and have them turn out exactly the way you want? We connected with the pros at FiftyFlowers to find out just that.




Read their advice for making your own wedding bouquet below.

THESE 4 TRICKS WILL HELP YOU DIY YOUR WEDDING BOUQUET

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1. Have a plan and be prepared

How many bouquets, boutonnieres, corsages, and centerpieces do you plan to make? How many additional arrangements for the ceremony space, welcome table, or for your aisle?  Gather your floral tools and supplies ahead of time. (See more on which tools you’ll need, below.)

THESE 4 TRICKS WILL HELP YOU DIY YOUR WEDDING BOUQUET

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2.  Practice

Shop for fresh flowers at your local grocery store and practice arranging your flowers. You can also place a small online order for your bridal shower (if you plan on ordering your wedding flowers online) to familiarize yourself with the way delivery works and what to expect.

SEE MORE: How Much Wedding Flowers Cost

THESE 4 TRICKS WILL HELP YOU DIY YOUR WEDDING BOUQUET

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3. Keep it simple

Depending on the style of bouquet you want, we recommend working in odd numbers. 3 peonies, 7 roses, etc.

THESE 4 TRICKS WILL HELP YOU DIY YOUR WEDDING BOUQUET

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4. Hydrate

When arranging and adding the finishing touches, leave the bottom of the stems unwrapped and in water so that the flowers can hydrate.

SEE MORE: These Wedding Flowers Will Save Your Budget

THESE 4 TRICKS WILL HELP YOU DIY YOUR WEDDING BOUQUET

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