Impress your wedding guests with your floral DIY skills this summer by making your own wedding bouquet! DIY styling is perfect for the budget-savvy couple. Get together bridesmaids, Mum’s and friends to help you style your wedding.
The trend for looser looking bouquets and table centres allows for everyone to get struck, however bad their skills may be, in creating your floral arrangements and still get a harmonise look for your wedding.
Clare from The Flowermonger, combined soft lilac hues, crisp white and a pop of pink to create this country garden inspired bouquet.
Selection of different flowers, Clare used avalanche roses, lilac, pink spray roses, lilac delphiniums with soft ruscus and pistacia foliage.
Ribbon to finish the look
Remove all the lower foliage and thorns from roses.
Pick your first 3 flowers to form the centre of your bouquet
Add 1 flower at a time, turn the bouquet a quarter turn before adding the next one. This keeps the bouquet balanced. Add and turn until you’re happy with your bouquet.
Tie with twine, cut stems to length and add pretty ribbons to finish the look!
To see a selection of flowers we are able to supplier visit our Pinterest page.