Hydrangea Wedding Bouquets

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These hydrangea wedding bouquets can be used by you or your attendents! Pomanders are so easy to make now with Oasis netted balls. Don't forget to use FloraLock Stem Adhesive when working with hydrangeas in foam. They have large stems and need the extra security of the adhesive. Remember that these are VERY THIRSTY flowers. Be sure to mist thoroughly with Finishing Touch , which actually hydrates the flowers through their petals.

This delightful pomander is made in soft lilac tones with hydrangeas, open garden roses, and french white and lavender lilacs. A beautiful finishing touch is made with very fine bullion metallic wire.

Cool whites are blended in this bouquet with a combination of black eyed anemones, hydrangeas, ranunculus, french lilacs, feathery astibe, and asiatic lilies.

Very simply done completely in blue hydranges, this bouquet is such a sweet design. A finish with sheer ribbon is all you need.

It is not necessary to use a huge Oasis sphere - a 4 1/2" is plenty large for a bouquet. Too big (6" and 8") are very heavy when wet. These balls are used for designs such as domed centerpieces which have a support plate under them.

Remember these wonderful hydrangeas also come in pinks, greens, white and deeper tones as well as this stunning blue.

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