This blue hydrangea bouquet is beautiful, simple, and fun. Customize this with any flowers or colors you would like – it’s all about making it your own!
You’ll need blue silk flowers…
…and a few floral supplies & tools
Step 1: Cut the hydrangea stems to match the approximate length you would like for your bouquet.
Step 2: Hold all of the hydrangeas in a bunch and tuck the roses and anemones in between the hydrangea blooms, being careful not to put too many of the same types in one spot. Do the same with the stephanotis.
Step 3: Wrap the stems of the bouquet tightly using the stemwrap, and trim the stems so that they are the same length.
Step 4: Decide where you want to insert your pearl wisps, then put a dab of glue on the stem and insert them into the bouquet. Make sure the glued stem is against the stem of another flower so that it will hold. Then, attach the rhinestone stickers to the petals. You can add more or less, depending on the look you are going for.
Step 5: Wrap the stems with ribbon, using a dab of glue to secure it to the bouquet stems. You can include a darker, solid color on the bottom and then add a criss-cross sheer ribbon on top, or you can choose to add a bouquet holder instead.