DIY Floral Headband Video from Flower Designer
Eddie Zaratsian & BloomsByTheBox
Eddie Zaratsian has created a beautiful fresh floral headband and shown us all how to make it! This accent piece is not only beautiful but is also a great way to bring your bridesmaids together for a fun and beautiful pre-wedding activity. Follow the tutorial below and tell us what you think in the comments! Don’t forget to share your Geo Floral arrangement with us on social media @bloomsbythebox.
At BloomsByTheBox.com, we truly love eucalyptus. Not only is this greenery trendy but it has many uses that can be incorporated into any wedding or event. Its versatility can be integrated into rustic arrangements or even something more whimsical. Wholesale eucalyptus comes in a variety of shapes and sizes as well which makes it a favorite for wedding designs. This resourceful greenery is mainly used as filler, but can be highlighted as a focal point as well.
Photo from BridalGuide.com
There’s something so symbolic about snow, the way the fresh powder covers everything and leaves it sparkling, it’s like a fresh start or a new beginning. Which is why a Winter Wonderland theme is perfect for a wedding, it symbolizes a new chapter in your life. To achieve this aesthetic, you’ll need to use cool hues, snowy soft textures and plenty of sparkling touches! Floral elements like Garland, white Lisianthus, and Douglas Fir branches can transform your wedding into a true winter wonderland.
January is, in our opinion, one of the best months to exchanges vows. Statistically, fewer weddings take place in January – which means that you’ll most likely have your vendors’ and venue’s undivided attention! Another great reason for getting married in January is… drumroll, please… anemones come back in to season! This charming bouquet from Fab You Bliss (photographed by Gemini Photography Ontario) highlights anemones to represent the new year, while keeping the most recent holiday season in mind by pairing them with Port Oxford cedar. Follow our step-by-step recipe to recreate this DIY bouquet for your winter wedding!