blooms_by_the_box_eddie_zaratsian_black_beard_wheat_3DIY Winter Wheat How- To Video from Flower Designer
Eddie Zaratsian & BloomsByTheBox

We adore this beautiful how-to video by Eddie Zaratsian. This Black Beard Wheat Flower arrangement is the perfect mix of Ranunculus, Dahlias, and texture from Black Beard Wheat. These beautiful arrangements are the perfect centerpieces  to add height and texture and color to your reception. Keep reading to see how Eddie Zaratsian used Blooms by the Box Blooms to create these beautiful flower arrangements.

Black Beard Wheat Flower Arrangement How-To Video

Watch as Eddie shows you how to create this beautiful floral arrangement.


How to Make a Blackbeard Wheat  Flower Arrangement

You’ll Need…

Willow Baskets
Floral Foam
Cellophane/ Plastic Lining
Dahlias
Orange Ranunculus
Black Beard Wheat

Prepare your Flowers 

Floral foam:  Pre-soak your floral foam

Willow Baskets: Line the baskets with a piece of plastic or liner before placing the floral foam so that the container doesn’t leak.

Flowers: Carefully remove thorns and lower leaves, and cut all flower stems at an angle using floral shears or a very sharp knife.  Flowers may need time to rehydrate before arranging.

Black Beard Wheat: Bundle Wheat together and secure with wire. Trim to desired length.

Create Your Floral Arrangements

  1. Start by Inserting wheat into center of floral foam for tall arrangements and cross 2 bundles of wheat across top of willow  basket for low arrangements.
  2. Insert Dahlias and Ranunculus into floral foam to fill arrangement.

Polish the arrangement off by refilling the water. Display on Tabletop and enjoy your Black Beard arrangements.

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Want more? See more Blooms by the Box + Eddie Tutorials HERE


Credits:

Flowers and Greens: Blooms By The Box
Design: Eddie Zaratsian Lifestyle and Design

Film Credits:
Production Advisor: Hrach Muradyan
Director: Anasheh Khodaverdi
Director of Photography: Narbeh Khodaverdi
Editor: Chris Damadyan
Assistant Editor: Andre Movsisyan
Make-up artists:Zare, Alina Khamanyan & Arminaallure
Special thanks to Katy Sah

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