Tutorial: Red And Pink Flower Bouquet with Gypsophila

Gypsophila is such a sweet, romantic flower that is so cute that you almost want to cuddle it. It is beautifully combined with Lisianthus Alissa Pink, White Syringa, Clematis Inspiration and more. What a fantastic Valentines day result! Watch the video, follow the steps and create this Red And Pink Flower Bouquet with Gypsophila.

Red And Pink Flower Bouquet with Gypsophila | Holex Flower


Time: 10 – 15 minutes | Difficulty: easy (**)

Materials

  • Knife
  • Secateurs
  • Rope

Flowers

  • 7 x Clematis Inspiration
  • 5 x Syringa White BQ
  • 12 x Eucalyptus Populus
  • 5 x Acacia Baileyana
  • 8 x Lisianthus Alissa Pink
  • 6 x Spray Rose Pink Lace
  • 7 x Astilbe Washington

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Steps For Making This Red And Pink Flower Bouquet with Gypsophila:

  1. Start with a solid green base of Eucalyptus and Acacia.
  2. Now randomly add the Clematis, Syringa and Gypsohpila.
  3. Keep adding the flowers randomly, this creates a nice evenly spread bouquet. Add some of the greens in between.
  4. Add the Spray Roses, Lisianthus and Astilbe.
  5. Cut off the stems at the desired length. Make sure to atleast cut off approx. 2 cm.
  6. Wind the rope around the stems to secure it tightly.
  7. Your Red And Pink Flower Bouquet with Gypsophila is now ready for use. Enjoy!