Cascading Bridal Bouquet
Don't be intimidated from making a cascading bridal bouquet. Many professional florist products make it easier than you think. This lovely cascade below is made simply of roses, stephanotis and ivy.
Florists use a stephanotis pick to secure the delicate star-like blossoms to a wire and give it a water source at the same time.
Slanted bouquet holders are used so the bouquet has a graceful "fall forward" without making it awkward to hold the bouquet handle.
I consider it essential to use a floral adhesive to make sure the stems "stay in place" in the bouquet - especially the cascade. I prefer a product called FloraLock with comes with a straw like attachment that shoots the adhesive right into the bouquet at the stems. Just a couple of quick squirts and you're good to go! It seems pricey at around $20 or so a can - but it's well worth it not to have flowers cascading down the aisle. Leave that for the flower girl!
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