Wedding Flowers DIY is a step by step tutorial on how to make your own wedding flowers which includes videos on how to make Bride and Bridesmaids Bouquets ( demonstrating two different techniques), Corsages and Boutonnieres, Floral Décor Arrangements, and Floral Centerpieces, as well as care and handling of the flowers. This is perfect for the DIY Bride or someone wanting to start a new career in the floral industry. Once you have taken the course you can decide if you want to create all of your own wedding flowers or just a portion but either way this will let you put your own special mark on your big day. It's also can be a great bonding project for the bridesmaids to get together and help you create your own special floral vision. Each video discusses options and gives ideas and inspiration. This will help you turn those Pinterest ideas in to reality. Let the floral journey begin....
This lecture will teach you the skills needed to create a traditional hand tied bridal or bridesmaids bouquet. For a Traditional Bridal Bouquet you will need approximately 12 to 25 flowers, vase, floral tape, clippers or knife, ribbon, and corsage pins.
This lecture will teach you how to create a garden or wildflower style bride or bridesmaid bouquet. For a Wild Flower Bridal Bouquet you will need approximately 12 to 25 flowers of choice, pyramid vase, clippers and knife, and ribbon.
For a Corsage you will need 3 to 6 flowers, florist wire, wire cutter, floral tape, scissors, corsage pins or wrist bands and ribbon
For a Boutonniere you will need 1 to 2 flowers, florist wire, wire cutter, floral tape, and pin
This lecture will teach you how to make large décor arrangements. For this type of arrangement you will need a container of your choice, Oasis floral foam, waterproof tape, greenery and flowers of your choice.
This lecture will show you 3 different styles of floral centerpieces. Depending on which style you end up wanting to create, the video will discuss the supplies needed.
The best way to give any of the projects a try is visit your local grocery store and see if they have discounted flowers. They may even be able to sell you a small amount of supply items which are listed on each project. If not, visit your local hobby store for supplies. Go ahead and try a creation and feel free to send us a picture. We would be happy to give you some tips.
Hi, My name is Kat Watren and I have been in the floral industry for over 39 years and I am a Certified Master Floral Designer. I have won many awards for my designs and have created thousands of weddings and now I want to share my knowledge with you. I love working with creative people and I have created a series of videos for the brides that want to experience creating their own wedding flowers.