This lovely hand tied pink and lavender bridal bouquet has a tightly clustered assortment of flowers. The pinks and lavenders are the obvious color palette, with touches of greens and yellows.
As always, do not feel like you have to duplicate this bouquet exactly as show. Substitute flower colors or even varieties, to give this bouquet your own special touches.
To make a similar bouquet, you'll need the following fresh flowers:
Do you need more help than just a flower recipe? Be sure to check out the Tight Hand Tied Bouquets tutorials, learning the difference between a true hand tie and a mock hand tie. Some flowers wilt quickly without a continual water source (such as freesia).
You can create a design to look just like a hand tie, but the secret is that it is created on a bouquet holder. The agapanthus can be wired individually, but a faster method is to glue in the florets into the bouquet with Oasis Floral Adhesive.
This handy glue is safe for use on all fresh flowers and can speed up work time for corsages, boutonnieres and adding accents to bouquets. It holds securely even in damp or cold conditions.
Be sure to check out all our flower tutorials. You'll find clear, step by step photo tutorials for bouquets, corsages, boutonnieres, church flowers, reception centerpieces and outdoor flower arches and chuppahs.