How to put a bridal bouquet

Hochzeitsfloristik

The following flowers (botanical names) and materials were used:

  • Rose Vuvuzela Peach
  • Rose Vuvuzela
  • Oxypetalum
  • Polyantherrose Salinero
  • Hypericum
  • Gypsophila / Schleierkraut
  • Lysianthus Rosita
  • Waxflower My Sweet
  • Hyanzinthenbl├╝ten am Draht
  • Paeonia Arborea
  • Not in the picture: Androsaceae Helleborus, Artemisia
  • fine wire
  • Ribbon
  • Lehner wool
  • hot glue and wire (for the hyacinth flowers)
┬ę Smithers-Oasis Germany GmbH
This is how it is done

Step 1

Tape the bottom end of the OASIS® Lady Bridal Bouquet Holder and cushion with the wool.

Step 2

Now tape both ends of the handle. At the bottom end, tape over the wool. Pad the entire grab handle all around with wool.

Step 3

Apply tape to both ends of the handle. Leave some wool protruding at the top end. Wrap matching color ribbon over handle, starting at the bottom.

Products used in this creation

Lady Work and Decoration Stand

Intended use & application tips

Ideal working aid (so-called third hand) when making and temporarily storing bridal bouquets and decorations. Additional holders (Art. 42-06005) are available separately.

Floralife® Finishing Touch

Floralife® Finishing Touch thus reduces evaporation and gives the flower arrangement a fresh appearance

OASIS® Lady I Bridal Bouquet Holder

Product features & advantages

  • Foam body with plastic grid
  • Foam basket open at the bottom
  • Ergonomically shaped plastic handle

Intended use & application tips

For wedding floristry. The plastic grid provides flowers with support. Long stems should be additionally supported and anchored to the plastic grid with wire. When cutting, make sure that the ends of the flower stems are pushed far enough into the foam for optimal water supply.

The finished bridal bouquet will last longer if it is sprayed with OASIS® Clear Life to reduce evaporation.

OASIS® Double-Fix Clear

Double-sided self-adhesive tape, enables fast and almost invisible application of materials to various surfaces.