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Spring Bouquet

Project type: bouquet

Fill your Spring wedding bouquet with this seasons most popular silk wedding flowers and stems from Afloral.com.  Make your own bridal bouquet with this simple DIY tutorial from Kate Said Yes Weddings.

How To spring bouquet

To get started gather your materials.  You will need premium silk wedding flowers from Afloral.com.  This bouquet includes artificial peonies, roses, cherry blossoms and metallic succulents for a little shine.  You will also need ribbon, floral tape, wire cutters, corsage pins and scissors. 

How To Spring Bouquet

Step 1: Begin by bundling three large peony stems together in one hand.  Use floral tape to secure stems together.  

how to spring bouquet

Step 2: Continue adding stems to the bundle.  Work in a circle to make sure it is even all the way around the bouquet.  Add the smaller rose stems throughout the bouquet and secure with floral tape. 

how to spring bouquet

Step 3: When you are happy with the fullness of the bouquet, begin adding your accent flowers.  For a Spring bouquet use artificial cherry blossoms for a beautiful, fresh touch.

How To Spring Bouquet

Step 4: The metallic succulents will need a longer stem to sit securely in your bouquet.  Attach a thick gauge floral wire or discarded flower stem to the stem of the succulent with a thin gauge paddle wire or stem wrap

How To Spring Bouquet

Step 6: Disperse the succulents evenly throughout the bouquet and secure with floral tape. 

How To Spring Bouquet

Step 7: Finish the bouquet with a beautiful ribbon.  Wrap around the stems to cover the stem wrap and tie in a knot or attach to the bouquet stems with hot glue or pearl headed pins. 

How To Spring Bouquet

You now have a beautiful and trendy bouquet for your Spring wedding that you made yourself!  This faux flower bouquet will be a lasting keepsake that you can keep in your home for years after your wedding day.  

If you decide to use this tutorial to make your wedding bouquets share the photo with us!  Add #Afloral to your wedding photos.

Designed by Kate Said Yes Wedding Accessories with silk wedding flowers from Afloral.com.