Have you been given the honor to make a wedding bouquet for a spring bride? When you use a mix of stunning Garden Roses, some lovely Scabiosa, and elegant looking Calla Lilies you are sure that you will contribute a lot of joy to the big day. Be inspired by this video tutorial, follow the steps below and create this cascade spring wedding bouquet.
Time: 20 – 25 minutes | Difficulty: average (***)
- Iron wire sticks (50cm pieces)
- Floral fix
- 5 x Freesia
- 2 x Brunia Albiflora
- 6 x Scabiosa Raspberry Scoop
- 8 x Calla Ventura (Vis Calla)
- 5 x Ozoth Sussex Silver
- 1 x Ruscus Aculeatus
- 3 x Garden Rose Princess Charlene de Monaco
- 3 x Garden Rose Pink O’Hara
- 3 x Garden Rose Rene Goscinny
- 3 x Garden Rose Yves Piaget
- 3 x Garden Rose Yves Piaget Ivory (All Parfum Flower Company)
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Steps for making this Cascade Spring Wedding Bouquet:
- Tie the bouquet in your hand. Start with a base of Ozoth Sussex and add various flowers by choice. Make sure the blooms are at the same height in the bouquet, except for the Ozoth Sussex and Scabiosa, to get a playful, rustic look.
- When you have created a small, round bouquet of approx. 16 stems, add the Ruscus branch. This is your basis for the cascading part of the bouquet.
- No add flowers by choice and put them into the design following the line of the Ruscus branch.
- When you cannot bend the stems enough, cut the stem to approx. 30 cm, and twist an iron wire at the bottom. In this way, you can bend the iron wire in a way that the flower perfectly fits the cascading shape of the bouquet.
- When you have added all the blooms of your choice, cut all stems to one length.
- Secure the bouquet with floral fix.
- Cover the floral fix and the rest of the stems with decorative rope.
- Your spring wedding cascade bouquet is ready for use! Enjoy!