DIY Projects — Bouquets

Tristen Parsons

Get The Look: Tropical Flower Bouquet

This vibrant silk flower bouquet is filled with bright and bold tropical florals and makes the perfect bouquet for a destination wedding! Filled with tropical flowers such as hibiscus, pitcher flowers, protea, roses, calla lilies, and palm leaves. After your wedding, drop your silk flower bouquet into a vase and use as home decor. 

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Melanie MacIntyre

Winter Bouquet to Centerpiece

We know that artificial flowers are versatile, timeless, and simple. So, we partnered with Flower Crush to show you just how one winter bouquet can moonlight as a centerpiece. Materials:Silk DahliasArtificial RosesReal Touch AnemonesArtificial ThistleSoft Touch PineArtificial Magnolia LeavesFake RuscusFloral TapeWire CuttersWire NettingVase Begin with your bouquet or individual stems. You can repurpose your artificial flower bouquet or purchase new stems for a fresh look. (Learn how to make your own bouquet with silk flowers.)  Next, take chicken wire netting and cut enough to make a bundle for your favorite bowl or open mouth vase. Don’t forget wire cutters, regular scissors...

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Melanie MacIntyre

Get The Look: Winter Wedding

Are you planning a winter destination wedding? Artificial flowers are the perfect option for you because they require no watering and no sunlight to look beautiful throughout your travels and into your wedding day.  Artificial flowers are a great choice for a destination or park weddings as they will be unaffected by the elements of nature. Photographed at Zion National Park by Tia Stout Photo, these stems in wintery hues will not disappoint.  The bride updated her mother's gown for her big day, and complimented it with a stunning floral crown. Just like your wedding dress, you can keep your silk...

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Melanie MacIntyre

Get The Look: Woodsy & Wild Bouquet

As seen on Ruffled Blog, this woodsy & wild bouquet is just perfect for fall brides. Filled with roses, peonies, ranunculus, and more... with artificial flowers you can create a bouquet for any season.  Faux flowers are always in bloom! To create this bouquet, "Start with the largest flowers first, then fill in with smaller ones as you go. Don’t worry about the length of the stems in this stage – you’ll snip them all later! As you add each new stem, come in at a bit of an angle and don’t be afraid to let some sit higher than...

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