How To Design Gorgeous Wedding Bouquets Using A Bouquet Egg
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.
If you’re not familiar with what a bouquet egg is and how to use one, then be sure to check out the step by step video tutorial.
It teaches you all about using a bouquet egg, which is a new light-weight design tool that in my experience, is much easier to use than a wire armature.
Even if you have never worked with a bouquet egg before, this quick video will quickly bring you up to speed on how easy it is to design large free-form wedding bouquets like this, which are one of today’s trendiest wedding design looks.
I think you’ll really love this vid, especially if you love Holly’s signature look. Watch it and see if you feel the same way as I do.
I hope you liked the video, and that it will help to improve your wedding bouquet design skills.
You might be wondering where you can find bouquet eggs. At this time, the only place I know to purchase them is through a local florist. I haven’t seen them online yet, but I’m sure it won’t be too much longer before they start popping up.
While we’re on the subject, you can find the flowers and foliages used in this tutorial for sale online.
There are several other providers that look great too, like WholeBlossoms and BunchesDirect, but I don’t have any experience with them.
If you just need a small number of top-quality flowers, I usually suggest purchasing them from a local florist. 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 websites such as Michaels and Hobby Lobby, or by ordering them through your local florist.
There’s one other tip I’d like to share. When using silk flowers, I always suggest mixing in fresh greens whenever possible, as it will help to keep your bouquets looking more lifelike.
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