How To: Wedding Bouquet

Learn how to make a wedding bouquet, bridal bouquet, or bridesmaid bouquet with these tutorials!

Floral Packs, Eddie Zaratsian, Blooms By The box,

Blooms by the Box Creates Floral Packs to
Compliment Eddie Zaratsian Tutorials

Blooms by the Box and Eddie Zaratsian Lifestyle and Design are proud to announce the release of a new line of curated “Do-It-Yourself” floral packs. These stunning floral selections are inspired by Eddie’s Youtube channel of floral creativity DIY tutorials and prove that one-of-a-kind arrangements can fit within any budget. Eddie believes that “flowers are a feast for the soul, and everyone deserves a seat at the table,” and Blooms by the Box couldn’t agree more! Keep reading to see the first of many of our floral packs. 

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Garden, bouquet, Eddie Zaratsian, White Flowers, Green Flowers, Wedding

DIY White Bridal Garden Bouquet by Designer
Eddie Zaratsian & BloomsByTheBox

It is almost Spring and we are in love with the gorgeous green flowers that are popping up everywhere!   Eddie Zaratsian has created this gorgeous garden style bouquet that is perfect for a Springtime wedding!  Don’t forget to share your Bridal Garden Bouquet with us on social media @bloomsbythebox.

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Blooms By The Box's Save or Splurge - Peony and Rose Bouquet

As seen on Martha Stewart Weddings, photographed by Delbarr Moradi)

So, you’re getting married – feeling overwhelmed yet? A lot of planning goes in to pulling off the big day, along with a good chunk of your savings, so figuring out where you’re going to “save or splurge” in your wedding budget is important. If you’re trying to keep your wedding costs under control, DIY wedding flowers are a great place to start. Our flower experts are going to show you some creative ways to keep your flower budget down so you can have the wedding of your dreams – and still have some money left over for the honeymoon! The stunning bouquet we’re featuring on this week’s Save or Splurge from Martha Stewart Weddings is chock-full of lush peonies, garden roses and eucalyptus.

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DIY Bouquet Recipe

As seen on Fab You Bliss. Photographed by Gemini Photography Ontario.

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!

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As seen on Style Me Pretty. Photographed by Jenny Jimenez.

December is a great wedding month for so many reasons – one of the most important being that it is when peonies come back in to season! This week’s holiday bouquet recipe, we’re featuring a gorgeous holiday bouquet from Style Me Pretty (photographed by) with peonies prominently displayed, framed by three types of eucalyptus, astilbe, and lisianthus. With its “ingredients” and easy to follow steps, this Recipe of the Week will show you that replicating the texture, style, and color in your own DIY bouquet is much more simple than it may seem!

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 DIY Bouquet Tutorial

Every bride and event planner knows what the perfect colors and flowers are for a fall wedding or a winter wedding, but what about that grey area in between those seasons? No need to worry, because the flower experts at Blooms by the Box can show you that mastering double season DIY is not as difficult as it may sound! In this DIY bouquet tutorial, we’ll show you how to combine your favorite winter and autumn hues to create your very own beautiful in-between-seasons bouquet!

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