Last Updated on April 26, 2022
Want to learn how to create a stunning flower wall for your own wedding or special event? It's pretty easy if you know these secrets.
Learn To Create A Flower Wall Using These Insider Tips And Tricks
A flower wall is a beautiful and exciting way to decorate a wedding or special event. And for the last several years, they definitely have been the hottest trend in wedding decor.
If you’re serious about learning how to create a stunning flower wall for your own wedding or event, then check out this video. In it, AIFD floral designer Beth O’Reilly takes you by the hand and shows you, step by step, how to construct a fabulous flower wall, even if you haven’t had any experience with this type of floral design before.
Whether you are a seasoned pro or a fairly new DIYer, this quick video deals with many of the questions that you might have about doing your own flower wall.
It also contains several insider tips and tricks that you may not have known about before.
It’s a video I think you will truly like, especially if you are the hands-on type. Check it out and see if you feel the same way as I do!
Well, did you enjoy the video? I hope you did! I also hope it got your creative juices flowing. Although the audience for this video is professional florists, don’t let that stop you from giving this a shot.
All of the flowers and foliages used in this flower wall, including the hanging amaranthus and mini calla lilies, can readily be bought online at FiftyFlowers, BloomsbytheBox and GlobalRose, or from your local florist too. Always my first choice!
If you want to use or mix in silk flowers, you can find an outstanding selection online at Michaels and Hobby Lobby, or by ordering them through your local florist. You could also check Dollar Tree for some lower cost alternatives.
One additional tip, if I may. When using silk flowers, I always recommend using fresh greens whenever possible, as they will help to keep your flower wall looking more life-like.
The Oasis® Iglu holders and sheet moss can be purchased on Amazon. For the flower walls we’ve done, we used a combination of artificial boxwood mats and moss for the background, in order to be able to reuse them.
Let me welcome you here and introduce myself. I’m Greg Johnson, and I went ahead and curated some of my favorite videos for you right here, many of which are wedding related. That’s it! That’s all.
With that having been said, my initial intention was a bit different…
Look, right off the bat, a confession is in order. Truth be told, my own selfish needs are really what prompted me to create this site. I really enjoy wedding flower videos (like the flower wall presentation you just took a look at), and a cool site where I could watch and share my favorite videos is really what I was after.
But I’m also a bit of an opportunist. I’m just “keepin’ it real” with you.
I don’t see anything wrong with earning a little money from floral industry sponsorships and product recommendations. I hope you don’t either.
I’m a pretty straightforward person if you couldn’t tell. But just know… any possible monetary benefit is incidental, and I’m not here to sell you anything. If you see a product on this site that you think will help, that’s perfect! But if that’s not the case, then no worries. I’m just glad that you’re here.
The truth is, I’m very passionate about flowers and sharing cool stuff with cool people… like you!
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