Create a Bouquet
Hydrangeas, Roses and Gerbera Daisies
1 Large Bouquet Holder
Step 1: Preparing Hydrangeas
Hydrangeas are a very water loving flower and must have a constant water source. When out of water for very long, they will begin to wilt.
Step 2: Creating Your Hydrangea Base
Hydrangeas come in large, full heads and create a fill in for your bouquet base very quickly.
Step 3: Supporting Your Hydrangea Cascade
You must always be sure all of your bouquet mechanics are tight and secure so you don't lose any flowers out of your bouquet.
Step 4: Light Pink Roses
Roses are a lovely accent when combined with hydrangeas. I suggest using standard roses or clustering groups of smaller headed roses for effect.
Step 5: Adding Gerber Daisies
Gerbera daisies are a perfect focal flower in this large cascade.
Step 6: Flat Fern and Finishing Touches
Don't forget to always finish bridal bouquets with Floralock, which secures the stems in the foam, and Finishing Touch, which seals in moisture in the petals.