How to make your own gorgeous DIY spring bouquets
There’s nothing like a spring bouquet to brighten a room, dress up clothing, or simply say, “I love you.” And, while you certainly can opt to purchase a gorgeous bouquet from a local florist or online seller, doing so can be expensive. Arranging your own bouquets will not only save money, but you just might have fun doing it, too.
Some of the most commonly used spring flowers include violets, tulips, magnolias, peonies and lilies. Ready to get started?
You might be surprised to learn you don’t need a wide variety of flowers to make a pretty spring bouquet. You can make a beautiful bouquet just using tulips in a few different colors and some bear grass. Loosely arrange them in a glass vase and finish the whole thing off with a nicely coordinated ribbon. Done.
Looking to make a bouquet of fresh spring flowers on a budget? You can make a beautiful arrangement for just $15, using double-petaled tulips, narcissus, twine and a bit of burlap. Bonus: This one takes just minutes to complete.
If you don’t have access to — or don’t want to deal with — fresh flowers, you don’t have to give up on creating an amazing spring bouquet. You’ll just need silk flowers in your favorite colors, some filler greenery, floral tape, wire cutters, Styrofoam and ribbon. The up-side with this type of bouquet is that your flowers will never wilt.
Want more help creating spring bouquets? Here are some places you can go to learn how to make a bouquet of which you can feel proud:
Shortcuts to Spring Bouquets (Southern Living)
How to Make a Simple Spring Themed Flower Bouquet (WonderHowTo)
How to Make a Wedding Bouquet (Pinterest)
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