European Bridal Bouquet, White Bridal Bouquet, White Wedding Flowers, DIY Wedding Flowers, DIY BouquetEuropean White Bridal Bouquet How-To

There’s nothing more romantic than a classic white bridal bouquet! Timeless and radiant, this classic color represents purity and elegance, and is the perfect addition to your big day! This swoon-worthy bouquet is easy to create, and even easier to adore! Follow the Eddie Zaratsian tutorial below to learn how to piece together these Blooms By The Box flowers into a bridal masterpiece!

Have fun customizing and don’t forget to share your European White Bridal Bouquet with us on social media at @bloomsbythebox!

How to create a Classic European White Bridal Bouquet:

Floral Supplies Needed…

How To Prepare Your Flowers:

  • Carefully clean the stems of your White O’Hara Garden Roses

Create Your European White Bridal Arrangement

  1. Gather about one dozen of your White O’Hara Garden Roses into a bunch, this will be the base of your arrangement.
  2. Add sprigs of White Lisianthus to the perimeter of the bouquet to develop the body of the bouquet. Be sure to balance out the Lisianthus on all sides.
  3. Tuck White Lilac into the bouquet to add height and texture.
  4. Create a fluffy, feathery look by adding your Ranunculus.
  5. Line the bouquet by adding Astilbe to the base of your arrangement, creating a collar.
  6. Trim all of the stems until even.
  7. Firmly tie off your classic white Bridal bouquet with ribbon and create a bow at the neck of your arrangement.
  8. Finally, wrap a ribbon around the stems and tie it into a bow at the bottom to create a polished look!

Feeling DIY-inspired and looking for more tutorials?  See more Blooms by the Box and Eddie Tutorials HERE

European Bridal Bouquet, White Bridal Bouquet, White Wedding Flowers, DIY Wedding Flowers, DIY Bouquet


Flowers: BloomsByTheBox

Design: Eddie Zaratsian

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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