How to Make an Orange Rose Succulent Bouquet

If you haven’t been able to guess by now, I love featuring wedding bouquets that are a little bit out of the ordinary. I am obsessed with bridal bouquets that go above and beyond the flower call of duty. Don’t get me wrong, a simple pink peony bouquet is gorgeous, but so not my style.

So this week, I wanted to show you ladies how to recreate this lovely wedding bouquet I found on WeddingChicks.com.

Orange Rose Succulent Bouquet | WeddingChicks.com
Orange Rose Succulent Bouquet | WeddingChicks.com

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With just a handful of affordable stems, you can recreate a similar look for half the price.

First, take five orange roses and three yellow billy buttons, and gather them together in a small bunch.

Next, take two stems of lamb’s ear, use it to surround the roses and billy buttons.

The greenery should serve as an accent.

After that, take three succulents, and position them in a triangular fashion around the wedding bouquet.

Take your lily of the valley, and as you did with the greenery, use it to accent the outside of the bouquet. We recommend using three to four stems.

Next, take three to four billy buttons, and scatter them around the outside of your bouquet.

Finally, finish the bouquet with a couple orange dahlias, two to three roses, and two more lamb’s ear.

Keep in mind this is just a variation, and you can add more or less, depending on how full you want your wedding bouquet.

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How to Make an Orange Rose Succulent Bouquet
How to Make an Orange Rose Succulent Bouquet

Do you like this look, or do you prefer something less complicated? I want to read your thoughts, share below!

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