I think we can ALL agree that the wedding bouquets pictured on this page are gorgeous. Well, guess what! They were all DIY’ed by brides (along with their friends!), using wholesale flowers from FiftyFlowers! Yeah, our jaws almost dropped to the floor, too. If I knew I could have DIY’ed my own wedding bouquet to look like one of these, I would have definitely enlisted the help of my mom and bridesmaids and had a fun bouquet-making party for my own wedding. But what do you need to know to DIY your own wedding bouquet and have them turn out exactly the way you want? We connected with the pros at FiftyFlowers to find out just that. Read their advice for making your own wedding bouquet below.
Finally, there simply is no better blossom for a garden wedding celebration than the tulip. Pick soft pastel colors to produce a spring wedding, and after that integrate them with lots of downy plant, white bed linen as well as adoring looks!
DIY doesn’t save the world, and it isn’t always cheaper. But when it comes to wedding flowers I personally feel that the latter of the two should be true. When you hire a florist you are not only price quoted for the flowers, but also the labor put into making your floral arrangements. So, if you can take the labor out of the cost by making your own bouquet, you’ll be spending a lot less money.
For a much more informal event-such as a beach wedding-use daisies to make your guests feel cheery and also in the house. You can tie them with rather bows that match the other shades in your wedding's decor, and afterwards mix them with tons of infant's breath.