How To Design Gorgeous Wedding Bouquets Using A Bouquet Egg Bouquet Eggs Simplify Freeform Bouquet Design. Learn How They Can Help You Here.

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Using A Bouquet Egg Will Help You To Design Gorgeous Freeform Wedding Bouquets Easily

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Here is another awesome instructional wedding flower video from floral and event designer Holly Heider Chapple that shows you how to design wedding bouquets using a bouquet egg.

What Is a Bouquet Egg?

A bouquet egg is a new lightweight plastic cage that can be used in place of chicken wire. In my experience, it is quicker and easier to use than an old-fashioned handmade chicken wire form.

Developed by Syndicate Sales through a collaboration with Holly Chapple, the bouquet egg is part of a new line of floral mechanics designed to support today’s wedding design trends.

I have used these cages in place of wire armatures many times over the past few years when I’ve needed to design simple yet elegant handheld arrangements and bouquets for weddings.

For my money, they are a cost-effective and efficient alternative to the tried-and-true chicken wire method.

The only thing you might find difficult when working with a bouquet egg is getting the initial stem placement that forms the outline just right. But once you get used to it, it becomes second nature!

How Do You Use a Bouquet Egg Floral Cage?

If you’re not familiar with what a bouquet egg mechanic is and how to use one, then be sure to check out this step-by-step video tutorial.

It teaches you all about designing chic, showy free-form bouquets using a bouquet egg as the armature, which is one of today’s top trend-setting designs for weddings.

If you’re a Holly Chapple fan and love her signature look, you’ll want to dive right into this video.

I hope you liked the video and that you are looking forward to arranging flowers using a floral egg mechanic as an alternative to chicken wire.

Once you get started, you’ll see that designing wedding bouquets using an egg is really pretty easy.

With a little practice, you’ll be able to create beautiful with less design time.

If nothing else, understanding this design technique will definitely help to improve your overall design skill and confidence.

Why I Like Designing Wedding Bouquets Using a Bouquet Egg

I’ve designed wedding bouquets using both natural and wire armatures, as well as floral foam bouquet holders.

One of the reasons I like using a lightweight mechanic like a bouquet egg is that it allows me to create free-form wedding bouquets, a very trendy look today, using fewer flowers and less greenery. Once you get familiar with using them, I think you’ll find that they’re pretty cost-effective, too.  

The two-piece eggs are available in 2 sizes for bouquet design, a 4-inch and 6-inch size. They are very sturdy, allowing you to hold heavier and thicker stems securely in place.

They snap together quickly, which saves a lot of prep time over using chicken wire. They’re also an eco-friendly alternative to using a floral foam bouquet holder.

Recently, a 9-inch egg with a flat bottom has been added to the line, making it ideal for arranging flowers in an oblong container.


So, are you ready to get started designing wedding bouquets using a bouquet egg? If so, you might be asking where you can buy bouquet eggs.

Where You Can Buy Bouquet Eggs

You might be wondering where you can find bouquet eggs. When these floral mechanics were first produced, they were only available to the trade through local floral suppliers.

Now they’re available to the consumer and DIYers over on Amazon, both the 6″ and 4″ (pictured below) sizes.

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While we’re on the subject, I should also mention you can find bouquet eggs, as well as the floral materials used in this tutorial, for sale online.

You can find them at websites such as Flower Explosion, BloomsbytheBox and GlobalRose.

There are a lot of sites around today selling flowers and supplies to the DIY wedding market, but these three are ones that I have had some personal experience with.

If you are only making a bouquet or two, I suggest purchasing what you need from a local florist. It’s no secret they’re always my first choice!

If you plan on using silk flowers, you can find an outstanding selection online at sites like NearlyNatural, and at many craft shops such as Michaels and Hobby Lobby stores, or by ordering them through your local florist.

We used a combination of both fresh and silk flowers in this bouquet we recently did for one of our weddings.

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Here’s a quick tip I’d like to share. When using silk flowers, I always suggest using fresh greens whenever possible. They will help to keep your bouquets looking more lifelike.

Why You Should Take Me at My Word About This Technique

As someone who designs floral bouquets daily, I know firsthand just how frustrating it can be when trying to arrange flowers without having access to a bunch of different tools.

When I was learning how to make wedding bouquets, I found myself constantly searching online for tutorials and videos showing step-by-step instructions on how to do things.

That’s what led to the birth of this site.

My name is Greg Johnson, the guy behind this site and also the owner of Greenfield Flower Shop.

I’m here to share some of my experience with you, with a little video assist from some of the brightest and creative floral designers around. Seriously. That’s what this site is all about.

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