Hand tied bouquet in Fish Bowl

Time: 19 minutes and 34 seconds Season: All year Round

When it comes to creating stunning floral arrangements, thinking outside the vase can lead to beautiful and unexpected results. One such creative idea is a hand-tied bouquet displayed in a fish bowl container. This contemporary and stylish presentation is perfect for weddings, events, or as a unique home décor piece. In this demonstration, our tutor, Debbie will be showing you how to create this arrangement using a classic white and green colour palette.

Why choose a fish bowl container?

Fish bowl containers offer a fresh and modern twist on traditional vases. Their round shape and clear glass allow for an unobstructed view of the stems and flowers, adding depth and dimension to your arrangement. Additionally, they are versatile and can be repurposed for various decorative uses, making them an eco-friendly option.

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

QuantityPlant materials / Equipment
1 pairScissors or Secateurs
1 Fish Bowl
1 roll Twine
1 rollAnchor tape 12mm
1 bunch Pistache
5 stems Rose Avalanche
3-5 stems Lisianthus Double (grade dependent)
3 stems Lily White
3-5 stems Statice Yellow (grade dependent
1 bunch Panicum Grass
1 small handful (approx 10 stems)Beargrass or flexigrass

Thank you for watching this demonstration. We hope that you have enjoyed watching today’s tutorial on how to create a hand tied bouquet using a classic and popular colour scheme, as well as flowers. This design is an elementary technique that can be appealed to different disciplines in floristry, so it is important to practice! For any questions, please do not hesitate to share in the box below and make sure to share your designs in the Facebook Community Group online.

Thanks again for watching and we will see you again soon.

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