Post # 1
I went to the grocery store and bought some roses, they don’t have much to choose from since I live in the middle of the no-where Nevada. But I just wanted to see if this is something that I feel comfortable doing myself.
I plan on using varing shades of pink and ivory, and when I do the final run I will be using garden roses and hydrangea and some other choices of greens.
So what do you bee’s think?? First attempt, about 30 flowerrs in this bouquet.
Not as easy of course as they show it online on the tutorials, but I plan on doing several more beforehand.
Post # 3
@thumpurr: looks amazing!
Post # 4
Amazing! I wish I didn’t have allegries so I could have the real thing but I don’t want to be a red ball of *blow my nose six hundred times* that day.
Anyway… lol! Go ahead a do it!
Post # 5
@thumpurr: that looks amazing! Like an inspiration picture from pinterest! Way too go #thanksfortheinspiration
Post # 6
I wish I could get some different flowers here…..I want more texture and a lighter shade of green. But thanks for the compliments!! I will post more pics when I do the next attempt. I am waiting for my horizontal log vases so I can attempt my centerpieces.
Post # 7
It looks great! I wouldn’t have guessed it was DIY. I’m also planning to DIY my bouquet, could you post links to the videos you found the most useful?
Post # 8
That looks fantastic for a DIY…you’d never know!
Post # 9
@katsmah: If you go to you tube and put wedding bouquet in the search it will bring up hundreds of different kinds of wedding flowers. I am giving you the links that I used, it depends on what you plan on doing for flowers. Myself, I prefer the hand-tied bouquets. They also have links for silk flowers and the kind that just use a small plasic holder with an oasis. Hope this helps!!
Post # 10
@thumpurr: This looks awesome!!! Great choice of colours too