Are you in need of some wildflower wedding bouquet inspiration? Do you love the thought of bringing relaxed, organic and meadow feels into your theme? Well, look no further and take a walk down the wild(flower) side with this bountiful bouquet!
To create this wildflower wedding bouquet look, we used our Wildflower Wedding DIY Combo Box. The pack contains seven set products- daisy and button feverfew, stock, thistle, veronica, craspedia and bupleurum greens. It also includes “grower’s choice” bunches of other wildflower varieties, which are determined by season and farm availability. For example, we received cornflower, honey bracelet and wax flower in our order.
Keep on scrollin’ to learn how to create your own wildflower bouquet.
Supplies You’ll Need:
- 7 stems of craspedia billy balls
- 7 stems of honey bracelet greenery
- 3 stems of thistle
- 5 stems of button feverfew
- 3 stems of apricot stock
- 3 stems of wax flower
- 2 stems of veronica
- 3 stems of cornflower
- Floral tape
- Floral shears
- Yarn or ribbon
- Floral pins
1. Prep Your Wholesale Flowers
Start by preparing your blooms by trimming the ends of the stems and hydrating for at least 12 hours. Most of the contents of this pack are hardy and user-friendly, just the stock and feverfew require a little extra foliage removal to ensure that the blooms hydrate properly. If you receive any flowers in your “grower’s choice” bunches that you’re unfamiliar with, it’s a good idea to search for that product’s page on our website and check to see if there are any additional care tips mentioned.
2. Making the Wildflower Wedding Bouquet
Begin your bouquet with 3 stems of your tallest flowers. In this case, we used a large sprig of wax flower and a small cluster of honey bracelet. Then add a stem of stock on either side to balance out the size. Continue working around in a circle until you have a size you are comfortable with, then secure with floral tape so that this central bundle is secured and won’t slip around as you continue building your bouquet. Work around the outside of this “core” you’ve created, alternating between the other filler flowers (thistle, feverfew, veronica, etc.) to try and evenly space all of the colors throughout. Finish by securing with floral tape.
3. Add Finish Touches
Complete your wildflower wedding bouquet by wrapping with yarn, making sure to cover your floral tape but leaving the ends of the bouquet exposed so you can continue to hydrate your arrangement up until the main event! Cut your coordinating yarn (we chose a subtle green yarn so as not to compete with the multicolored, multi-textured bouquet) to your desired length and secure with floral pins. Use floral shears to cut stems to a uniform length.