Want to make your own bridal bouquet? This beautiful wedding bouquet is fresh and bright with vibrant roses contrasting with the hydrangeas. This is a true hand tied, although we highly recommend that you create this as a mock hand tie. Both hydrangeas and lisianthus can wilt quickly without a water source.
You will need the following flowers and products:
Do NOT cut your flowers with household scissors. You can crush delicate flower cells making it unable to draw water up the stem. Feel free to change colors or substitute flower varieties to suit your own wedding palette.
Always mist well when finished with a flower sealant. Store in refrigerator or in a vase in a cool, darkened room until the wedding day. Mist each day and replenish water in vase as needed.
If you need more help with this type of design, either go to the beginning Gallery where the tutorials are found or check the quick links below. Don't miss the processing link . . . the steps you must take and the products recommended will go a long way in extending the life of your wedding flowers.
Calculating Total Flowers You Need