Succulents are seen just about anywhere now– especially in bouquets, and we’re loving it! Whether your event is rustic, modern, or industrial, they fit into any theme. Since succulents don’t have any stems, incorporating them into your bouquet or any other floral design can be easy if you create a faux stem. You can either add a floral stick or use floral wire to create your faux stem. No matter which route you decide to take, you can learn how to create your own here!
The bridesmaid bouquet features an assortment of color and textures. You’ll notice flowers like Craspedia Billy Balls mixed in with Tulips, Freesia and more. The entire look of this bouquet paired beautifully with the mint-colored dress. A look like this would look beautiful in an outdoor setting.
To recreate a similar look, here’s what you would need: Orange Tulips, Red Alstroemeria, and some Yellow Billy Balls for added color. To balance the overall look, use Crassula Jade Designer Succulent, White Lisianthus, and Parvafolia Eucalyptus.
(I stumbled upon this bouquet photo on Pinterest and I’d love to find the photographer to give them credit! Let me know in the comments below if you know who took this photo!)
Like this bouquet? Check out all of our Bouquet Breakdowns on the blog and our Pinterest board! If you’ve found an arrangement that you need broken down to try and recreate yourself, just leave a comment with a link to the image and we will do our best to offer some suggestions!