Apply These Techniques To Improve Your Freeform Wedding Bouquet Designs

Last Updated on December 5, 2020

Apply These Techniques To Improve Your Freeform Wedding Bouquet Designs

The very popular freeform wedding bouquet style is a return to the oversized bouquets 40’s and 50’s. And today it’s back, bigger and better than ever.

If you’re serious about creating gorgeous garden-style bouquets like this, then you need to check out this video.

It walks you through how to design a stunning freeform wedding bouquet, and come away with the confidence to do it right.

Whether you are a seasoned pro or newbie DIYer, this video also addresses some of the questions that you might have had regarding creating this style of wedding bouquet.

It even shows you a few design shortcuts that you may not have seen before.OUR

It’s a vid I think you’ll really love, especially if you love innovative wedding flower design. Watch and see if you agree with me!

I trust that you enjoyed the heck out of that. I know I did.

You can find the flowers featured in the video online at FlowerExplosion, BloomsbytheBox and GlobalRose. They include bay laurel, olive branch, antique hydrangea, jasmine vine, garden roses, Japanese sweet pea, Japanese ranunculus, spray roses, pieris japonica, dahlias, Japanese lisianthus and clematis. Some of these flowers are seasonal, but there are plenty of others you can substitute without missing a beat.

If you need a smaller number of flowers, I always suggest buying them from your local florist. Always my first choice!

If availability or cost is a concern, you might want to consider substituting a few silk flowers. You can find great options online at NearlyNatural, Michaels and HobbyLobby, or by ordering them through your local florist.

With that out of the way, let me introduce myself and tell you a little bit about this site.

I’m Greg Johnson, and I’m just here to share some truly outstanding wedding flower videos with you. Ain’t much more to it than that.

There’s a big “but” however…

Listen, before we get started, I wanna confess something. To be perfectly honest, the main reason this site exists is a selfish one. I watch a lot of videos about wedding flower design (like the freeform wedding bouquet video you just got finished with), and I honestly just wanted a place where I can quickly refer back to my favorites.

I also like taking advantage of a good opportunity when I see one. Not gonna lie.

If I’m able to create a fun and useful site that others love even half as much as I do, and I can possibly even earn a little revenue at the same time, then I really don’t feel the least bit bad about it.

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The point is, this site does provide me with a small income. That being the case… in no way is it my intention to sell you anything. If my sponsors happen to entice you with their offers, fantastic! If you’re just not interested, all’s still well. You just being here is good enough for me.

I just want you to be able to check out the some of the same wedding flower videos and tutorials that insire me!

So that’s why FlowersFloralFlorist exists. It’s a site for those who have a passion for flowers like I do. It’d be great to see you here again, if that sounds good.

So make this site one that you return to! I will just keep sharing more and more top-notch videos about plants, flowers, and weddings… and we’re only just beginning!

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Greg Johnson
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