Learn how to make your own composite bridal bouquet by following this beautiful video tutorial by Bloomtube.
This technique has been around for years and commonly uses gladiolus or rose petals. Newer updated versions also include lilies, alstromeria and many other varieties of flowers.
Keep in mind that this style bouquet has to be kept refrigerated and won't have as long of a life as a traditional bouquet where the flowers are kept intact and their stems in a continual water source.
For this bouquet, you'll need:
Video courtesy Bloomtube
Be sure to mist the finished bouquet throughly with Finishing Touch, allow to dry, and refrigerate if possible.