Dried Flower Arrangement

Dried Flower Arrangement for Gift or Wedding Bouquet

Time: 14 minutes, 44 seconds, Season: All Year round

Thank you so much for joining us today for another tutorial. For this video, I will be showing you how you can create a beautiful hand-tied bouquet using dried flowers. 

In the UK and around the world, we are seeing the huge trend for dried flower bouquets and other designs. Creating sustainable, everlasting bouquets is more popular than ever and a great offering to have in your portfolio for prospective clients. 

Nature is the best guide when selecting dried plant materials. Your customer’s brief will direct you, but using a good balance of colour, shape and texture will afford an aesthetically pleasing composition. 

Top tips:

  • Remove any foliage below the binding point to keep it neat and tidy, ensuring that it does not travel!
  • Be mindful that dried flowers (specific varieties) can be very brittle and tricky to work with! It is important to inform your clients to position the arrangement in a low-footfall area to avoid the design being damaged!

If you would like to recreate the arrangement, you will need the following:

Quantities Plant Material / Equipment
1 pairScissors
1 roll Twine
1 bunch Soft Ruscus Bleached
1 bunch Dried Lavender
1 bunch Dried Phalaris
1 bunch Dried Wheat
1 bunch Dried Lagers
1 bunch Dried Larkspur (blue/purple)
1 bunch Dried Broom
1 hankRaffia Natural

To purchase dried flowers, visit our wholesale website online here for whole dried flower range.

Thanks again for watching, I look forward to seeing you in the next floral demonstration. Make sure to comment any questions below or add images of any dried creations you have made with this ever popular flower medium in our facebook group.

We’re excited to see the unique and personal touches you bring to your creations. Share your bouquets with us and let us know how this guide helped you in your floral crafting journey. See you again soon, bye for now.

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