This little bouquet is so sweet for a bridesmaid or flower girl and is easy to make!

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Total Cost: $20

Supplies:

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Clippers and/or scissors
Floral tape
Ribbon
10 stems of flowers

Here's the flower recipe we used:
5 red anemones
2 white ranunculus
2 white hyacinth
3 red parrott tulips
Other flowers that work well include: roses, freesia, lisianthus.

Steps:

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1. Trim the leaves off the flowers and set a few of the leaves aside.

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2. Start with 2-3 flowers and hold in one hand.
3. Each time you add a few more flowers, turn the bouquet.

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4. Adjust flowers as needed.

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5. Once you like how the bouquet looks, secure the bouquet with floral tape.
6. Cover the tape with ribbon.
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Tips/Mistakes:
Most of the flowers we used were bulbs, so we decided to use floral tape instead of string or wire as the stems are more sensitive.

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No time? Buy it:
Any of the florists on mywedding.com!

Oh, how we love Frolic! Chelsea's daily inspiration blog is always chock-full of pretty ideas that feel effortless and chic. So, we're so happy that she  is posting DIY projects that are easy to do while packing a big punch.