Very good site (tutorial):
The bouquet handle is often over looked:
Here's a link with a step-by-step tutorial:
It is easier than you might think! Here are some tutorials for you!
Hello Ma Magdalena, do you want fresh or silk? I am guessing silk, so hope these help you out,
I made all my daughters bridesmaid bouquets with artificial flowers. She opted for her bouquet to be real flowers. We also used the bridesmaid bouquets as table décor at the reception bridal table. They were set in cyclinder vases that were adorned with crystal sequins. It saved a bit on having to find other décor for that table.
There are lots of great ideas here:
Pinterest is just going crazy with ideas for you:
Ma...find artificial flowers she wants..place together as you would for a vase then tie ribbon around the stems using wedding colors & let bride's be similar but different... l think you will realize that hers will be larger..with actual more of wedding color. Hope l have not confused you with that last part. Good luck
If you want a posy arrangement - Place flowers in vase and tie securely with string and then with ribbon bow. If you want a spray, lay out flowers with strong stems on top of table in the order and shape you require. Tie securely with String and then a ribbon bow. If you want a florist like bouquet you can cheat by using a
oasis posy holder or a bouquet holder sometimes available from florist or sundries seller.........Have a great day!
Here's a video that might help - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yH3p_oMRyns
When we renewed our vows after my husband's kidney transplant (we had been married 25 years), we were on a very tight budget. I found a nice bouquet holder and used silk flowers, tulle and ribbons. We have three daughters, and they each held a simple bouquet of a silk flower, the stem wrapped in pretty ribbon. It was simple and lovely.
Here is a fresh bouquet idea: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OD9HcCYYKsU
This tutorial should help: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=GZ6e5V08IEs
You can use this diy but instead if putting them in a a vase you use Rubber bands or green waxed floral tape around the stems of the bouquet. I did it for my sons wedding for myself. https://www.simplenaturedecorblog.com/how-to-make-a-simple-and-easy-floral-arrangment/