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DIY Wedding Bouquet

DIY Wedding Bouquet

Who’s ready for a crash course in heavenly flower design? The talented duo of Lauren and Rachel from Sweet Root Village are stopping by today to show us how to create a delightful spring wedding bouquet that’s a breath of fresh air, all with the help of Fiskars PowerGear2 Pruner. Gather all of your materials, find a big space to work your DIY magic, and let’s get started!


From the photographers and floral designers, Sweet Root Village:

White and green is always a timeless look for a bridal bouquet. Such a neutral palette allows you to showcase texture and shape in so many different forms! We started our bouquet by trimming some flowy bits of wild smilax vine and flat fern to create a base for the flowers.


Materials you need:

Flowers of your choice
Greenery of your choice (check with your local florist for in-season florals and fillers that come in bulk)
Fiskars PowerGear2 Pruner
Floral rubber bands






When you begin to place flowers in the bouquet, it is helpful to start with some of the big fluffy focal flowers like peonies, garden roses, and even spray roses! This will create a nice shape so you can add your more delicate blooms in such as ranunculus and fringe tulips.





After you bind the stems together, it’s important to give them a fresh cut with sharp pruners so they can start drinking water. Place the bouquet in fresh room-temperature water immediately after pruning the stems and keep the bouquet in a cool place out of direct sunlight until it’s time to walk down the aisle!


Thank you, Sweet Root Village! For those of you not yet familiar with Lauren and Rachel’s work, they are a one stop shop offering floral design and wedding photography.

Known for its iconic Orange-Handled Scissors™, Fiskars is a 365-year-old company with a strong heritage of quality and innovation. Fiskars is a leader in the DIY industry with tools spanning the categories of crafting & sewing, gardening & yard care, and kids & school. In addition to providing scissors, punches, trimmers, rotary cutters and many other tools, Fiskars shares inspiring project ideas to help DIY-ers do what they love using tools that make projects easier.

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  • Nice intro to the basics of floral design. Thanks!

  • What are the type of flowers used in this post?? The 4th picture down is mainly the one I’m referring to! Beautiful! Thank you!

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