Last Updated on July 23, 2022
Want to learn how to design a boho wedding bouquet using a floral egg? Watch this step-by-step tutorial.
Learn How To Use A Floral Egg To Design A Beautiful Boho Wedding Bouquet
It’s time for another excellent floral design tutorial, showing you how to design a boho wedding bouquet using a floral egg as the armature.
Learn how quickly and easily you can design a beautiful wedding bouquet like this by following the step-by-step guide in this video.
This tutorial even showed an old dog like me a few new tricks!
It’s a video I think you will enjoy, especially if you want to learn more about designing wedding bouquets. Take a look and see if you agree!
I hope you enjoyed the video and are excited about giving this a shot. The floral egg is a modern take on the old chicken wire armatures.
But is it better than just hand-tying a larger, loosely-styled wedding bouquet?
I’ve done it both ways. I think that if you are happy hand-tying and like the finished look of your bouquet, do it that way.
Using a floral egg armature is worth exploring if you want or need more design control.
The Advantages of Using A Floral Egg
I think there are advantages to using a floral egg armature to create bouquets.
- It gives you more support when using heavier materials,
- uses fewer flowers and greens than hand-tying, and as a result,
- makes the bouquet physically lighter to carry
But that said, in my opinion, knowing how to design both ways is still the best.
Where To Find The Flowers And Supplies You’ll Need
The floral egg armatures are available on Amazon, or you can contact a local florist and ask if you could buy one from them.
All the flowers and foliages used in this wedding bouquet, including the hydrangea, spray roses, amarine, phlox, pink calla lilies, eucalyptus, ruscus, salal, sedum, and Hedera, can be bought online.
Others look good, too, like WholeBlossoms and BunchesDirect, but I do not have any personal experience with them.
If you only need a small number of high-quality flowers, I suggest buying them from your local florist. It has always been my favorite choice!
If you want to substitute or add some silk flowers, you can find an outstanding selection online at sites like NearlyNatural, or at many craft stores like Michaels and Hobby Lobby, or by ordering them through your local florist.
One quick bit of advice, if I may. If you plan on using silk flowers, I suggest staying with fresh greenery, as it will help make your bridal bouquet look more lifelike.
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I can’t seem to get enough when it comes to watching videos about wedding flower design (like the boho wedding bouquet presentation you just watched).
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