A bridal bouquet is a very common tradition for weddings, and is generally the most photographed floral design at a wedding. There are so many different styles of bouquets, allowing you to the opportunty to showecase your unique style and taste!
Love symmetrical and round? Try a classic round bouquet. Prefer whimisical or organic? Build yours a bit more loose and wild. Love a cascade? Snag a euro holder and get that cascade going! We even have a tutorial for hoop bouquet, which is one of the newer kids to the block.
We have a wide selection of DIY bridal bouquet tutorials so you can learn to build your bouquet just like the pros! Just being here shows what a vibrant renegade you are!
Video Tutorials & Tips
Part of our DIY Master Class that can be viewed after your purchase
- The bridal bouquet will likely be the most photographed item of all the flowers. It's alright to set aside the best flowers and spend extra time on it.
- For bridesmaid bouquets you can go with a smaller, simplified version of the bridal bouquet. It's alright to leave out some of the fancy blooms like garden roses, especially if you have several bridesmaids.
- Get the most out of your ribbon. If you have a color palette that is not common in fresh flowers (such as dusty blue or terracotta) use the ribbon to bring in the colors that may not be in the flowers!
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