This hydrangea bridal bouquet will be a little more interesting if you add a filler flower. This wax flower has tiny pink petals that compliments the billowy hydrangeas. It also comes in tiny white, purple or pink blooms and buds are at the tips of a grassy stem.
I snip the stems apart and strip off the grass to a bare stem before inserting inbetween the hydrangea flower petals.
Be sure to use the unopened buds as well to add interest. The flowers will continue to open during exposure to the warm air after the bouquet is removed from refrigeration.
Insert at varying heights into the bouquet holder foam, giving a nice contrast to the mounded hydrangea blooms. Although I typically add the filler flower last, this is an exception where I wanted the backdrop of the focal flowers (the roses) to be in place before I placed those flowers.