DIY Flower Arrangement How-To Videos Presented by BloomsByTheBox.com
You don't have to be a floral designer to create stunning wedding flowers and arrangements with BloomsByTheBox's wholesale roses, lilies, carnations, hydrangeas, daisies, greens and more! Our Do-It-Yourself videos and step-by-step instructions let you turn Blooms' bulk flowers and floral supplies into breathtaking arrangements at a fraction of the cost of a professional florist! For more inspiration, see our Customer Gallery, where Blooms customers show how they used wholesale flowers and floral supplies to create bridal bouquets, boutonnieres, centerpieces and arrangements and SAVE!
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How To Make a Simple Daisy Centerpiece
Using some of the flowers from our Blooms Intimate Backyard Party Wildflower Pack we made a simple rustic wedding centerpiece that will be perfect for your DIY Wedding flowers.
- Get two jars or vases, different heights and sizes contribute to the rustic or vintage look.
- Cut all the daisy stems to about the same length so they make a nice rounded shape in a mason jar. Add raffia to the jar for the rustic look.
- Cut tall flowers for the skinnier for the two vases.
- Make two arrangements with one flower type in each vase. Keeping things simple will save you on your big day. Use greens to fluff them up a little more.
- Place a couple different vases with different flowers in the center of a table for a completed look!