Published at Wednesday, February 14th, 2018 - 10:25:28 AM. . By Inez Henson.
Bridal Bouquet Design 4 # Simple, Hand-tied Bouquet - Had tied bouquets are easy to create and have a natural unorganized style to them. This style os perfect for the bride who is planning to wear her hair down in silken ringlets since the bouquet will complement the brides natural and mystifying look. This is a very elegant bouquet design in which the true beauty and elegance of this style lies in its simplicity. It is created merely tying the flowers by placing the stems of the flowers, foliage and accessories. Hand-tied bouquets have a more casual style, which goes well for brides who want a simple bouquet.
When making a bouquet you need a floral foam and a vase, and thats all from the fancy craft world! You can even make a vase, container on your own, out of a clay if you have the fingers for it, paint it even. So, grab some colored or non colored paper (this one you can paint later), stem wires, and tape. You will then simply attach the hard candy with its top to the stem, with the tape. You may attach 9-12 of them along the stem (candies are leaves). And, you have your flower stems! The flowers you make by cutting circles out of that colored paper thing and sticking trough the center of it a stem wire with an attached chocolate candy on top of it. This way the chocolate bonbon plays the center of the flower and the circle plays the petals. So you have your flowers.
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