How to Make a Pink Wedding Bouquet

We have a tutorial for you on how to make a pink wedding bouquet using our Blooms Classy Thinkin’ Pink Wildflower Pack! This pack is PERFECT for a romantic outdoor rustic wedding. Shades of pink can be substituted for flowers with different color options.

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How gorgeous are these blooms?!

Step-1---Wildflower-Bouquet

We started with a 3 stem triangular base using one stem of pink larkspur, white stock, and astilbe. The 3 stems with tightly wrapped with a 66-inch piece of stem wrap.

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Then we added one stem of hot pink spray roses, hot pink Matsumoto asters, and a pompon daisy.

Step-3---Wildflower-Bouquet-Tutorial

This is our next layer with more additions of each of the bigger bloomed flowers. This will be the center of the bouquet.

Step-4---Pink-Wildflower-Bouquet

Here is the bulk of the bouquet being wrapped. The good thing about wildflower bouquets is they can be formed into a round bouquet shape, or they can have a scattered look with different fillers popping out. We did a combination of both shapes with this bouquet.

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The bouquet was lined with the astilbe and then with the variegated pittosporum.

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Cut the stems at the desired length. Remember- you can always cut them shorter, so start just by making them even.

Step-7---Wildflower-Bouquet-Wrap

We used some striped washi tape to cover the floratape and wrap our bouquet.

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And there it is! The astilbe┬ásticking up adds to the look of this wildflower bouquet. Now you’ve learned how to make a pink wedding bouquet! With this wildflower pack, you can make 5 of these bouquets or 10-12 medium sized centerpieces. All the guesswork is taken out for you, and we are here to help with any other questions you may have!

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