diy garden wedding flowers

January 6, 2010 at 8:34 pm 1 comment

Laura and Shawn sent this sweet photo of their wedding ceremony. Florist, Frances Monroe of Floral Arts in Fayetteville, NC, provided the hydrangeas and her mother, Susan, put them together when they got to the garden. “We did very little decorating at the garden, because it was already so beautiful with the plants blooming there.”

To recreate this look: Follow the instructions for making a floral frog in my last post. Cut hydrangeas to approximately 4-6 inches and make a 1 inch slit in the stem to aid water absorbtion. Add greens and arrange.

Smaller hydrangeas work best. If you can’t find smaller stems, separate large stems into small bunches. Using extra stem pieces, support the smaller flowers by wrapping together with floral tape before inserting into foam.

Photo’s courtesy of Tina Maloch of ArtForYou.

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How to make a floral frog to create simple bouquets Visit Katy’s Daisies at the Seattle Wedding Show, January 16th and 17th at Booth 1431

1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Monique Wilber  |  January 7, 2010 at 4:45 am

    So fresh in blue! I love it! What a great way to dress up the aisle and an easy DIY, and so much less expensive than spheres / pomanders. You can easily get the short shepard’s hooks at Big Lots or Walmart for less than $5 each.


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