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Hand Wired Bouquet

This post is a little late, but 2 weeks ago we learned about wired bouquets in my floral class. We took a group of lush purple flowers and preceded to wire each bloom as if we were making a boutonniere. In the second picture down it may look like those flowers have stems, but in reality it is just a bloom pierced with wire and wrapped in green floral tape. Once all the blooms have been wired you can start building your bouquet. The wire adds the ability to position the bloom exactly where you want it to be and helps cut out a ton of the weight because you do not have any stems. You want to use florals that hold up without water since they will not have a direct water source. Be sure to spray the bouquet with Crowning Glory, a mist that prevents the flowers from losing the water that they currently have.  The photos above are at different stages in the process. The vase was not part of the design, but I needed something to hold the bouquet upright.

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