This charming springtime bouquet is perfect for the bride who loves pink. The best part is it’s easy to make.Cost is around $35.
2 bunches of pink and white sweet peas
2 stems of pink ranunculus
3 stems of viburnum
1 stem of pink hyacinth (opened)
1 stem of double daffodil
1. Remove most of the leaves from the stems.
2. Start with the two bunches of sweet peas as the base of your bouquet.
3. Add viburnum to the lower and upper corners of the bouquet, diagonally from each other.
4. Fill in holes with ranunculus, hyacinth, daffodil, and extra viburnum.
5. Secure with floral tape.
6. Add ribbon.
7. Trim stems.
Keep in a dark, cool place away from direct sunlight. Keep in water until use.
Hyacinths exude a sticky substance that causes rashes on some people – be mindful of this when working with it and wash hands after touching. Also, sweet peas are delicate so the less you move them, the better.
Any of the florists at mywedding.com.
Oh, how we love Frolic! Chelseaâ€™s daily inspiration blog is always chock-full of pretty ideas that feel effortless and chic. So, weâ€™re so happy that she is posting DIY projects that are easy to do while packing a big punch.