Winter Bridal Bouquet with Hydrangea
Total time: 18 minutes and 42 seconds
Learn how to make a bridal bouquet in elegant white and green for this winter celebrations with hydrangea with our tutor, Debbie.
TOP TIP: Before construction of a bridal bouquet, it is first important to consider a number of factors including the bridal dress, the type of bouquet, the type of flowers (requested), the style of the wedding, the bride’s size, complexion and so on. All will have an impact on the style of bouquet created.
This lesson covers how to construct a hand-tied bridal bouquet. This elementary design provides an insight into how to construct a bridal bouquet using large Hydrangea, where to create your binding point and how to use the spiralling technique.
In this lesson, you will learn how to construct the design from start to finish. The tutor, Debbie will demonstrate how to make the design, along with top tips on conditioning, construction, storage and fixings.
Find the materials required for this style of arrangement below:
|2 stems||Hydrangea (Colombian Ivory)|
|3-5 stems||Lisianthus Double White|
|3 stems||Eryngium Thistle (Sirius Questar)|
|5 stems||Astrantia White (Million Stars)|
|3 -5 stems||Alstroemeria White (Virginia)|
|2 stems||Soft Ruscus|
|3-5 stems||Spray Rose White (Snowflake)|
|1 roll||Anchor Tape|
|Selection||Pearl Headed Pins|
|1 roll||Satin Ribbon (of choice)|
|1 roll||Twine or string|