Winter Bouquet to Centerpiece

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Winter Wedding Bouquet

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.

Winter Wedding BouquetWinter Wedding BouquetMaterials:
Silk Dahlias
Artificial Roses
Real Touch Anemones
Artificial Thistle
Soft Touch Pine
Artificial Magnolia Leaves
Fake Ruscus
Floral Tape
Wire Cutters
Wire Netting
Vase

Winter Wedding Bouquet

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.

Winter Wedding Bouquet

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 won’t make the cut!

Winter Wedding Bouquet

Start by adding your focal flowers (the big guys) into the wire netting. If the stems are too short, add length by taping discarded stems or extras to the stem of the flower with floral tape.

Winter Wedding Bouquet

After placing your statement flowers, fill from there! Artificial flowers bend, not snap, so you can arrange and rearrange. Create dimensions and texture by changing the levels of each stem. Fill your greenery in last.

Winter Wedding Bouquet

This bouquet turned centerpiece lasts forever, never needs water, and can be re-worked for years to come (just replace the holiday flowers with your favorite seasonal stems). If you’re stuck, confused, or overwhelmed…give us a ring, we’re here to help!

Flower Designer: Flower Crush | Photographer: Julia Mather Photography | Model: Halli Bunker | Bride Sweatshirt: New Eclectic


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