How to make a wedding bouquet

If your mot­to is “orig­i­nal­i­ty in every­thing”, then this means that at the wed­ding you will cer­tain­ly have an unusu­al bou­quet. Today, there are a lot of ideas for cre­at­ing a wed­ding bou­quet, the main val­ue of which is that it is orig­i­nal and hand­made.

To make a wed­ding bou­quet with your own hands, you need to choose which tech­nique is clos­er to you and allows you to cre­ate a bou­quet that meets your aes­thet­ic needs.

For exam­ple, a kan­za­shi wed­ding bou­quet is cre­at­ed from rib­bons. It requires pre­ci­sion and care, since the case will have to be made in small petals, which must be made the same and in large num­bers.

A do-it-your­self wed­ding bou­quet of the bride from soft toys does not require as much effort as in the kan­za­shi tech­nique. He looks inter­est­ing, cute and even fun­ny.

Master class for wedding bouquets using kanzashi technique

Before mak­ing kan­za­shi wed­ding bou­quets, pre­pare:

  • rib­bons of dif­fer­ent col­ors;
  • sharp scis­sors;
  • tweez­ers or any met­al hold­er for tapes;
  • can­dle or lighter;
  • glue;
  • form for a bou­quet — a ball;
  • ball hold­er.

Before you make your own wed­ding bou­quet, pre­pare the rib­bons that will end up as flow­ers.

In the kan­za­shi tech­nique, there are 2 types of petals — sharp and round­ed. The shape of the flower depends on this, but sharp petals are eas­i­er to cre­ate. To cre­ate an unusu­al fan­tas­tic flower, you must do the fol­low­ing:

  1. Pre­pare squares from a wide satin rib­bon (5 cm) and fold them 1 time.
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  3. Then fold over the cor­ner of the fold­ed tri­an­gle on both sides, and then one more time.
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  5. After that, fix the petal with tweez­ers.
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  7. Cut off the uneven “tail” of the petal with scis­sors, leav­ing a cou­ple of mil­lime­ters.
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  9. Hold the petal close to the flame of the can­dle and burn the edge. Then, with your fin­gers, squeeze the singed edge so that the petal sticks togeth­er. You need 103 of these petals.
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  11. Apply glue to the felt base (diam­e­ter 6 cm).
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  13. Stick the petals in a cir­cle — 20 pcs.
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  15. To cre­ate the sec­ond cir­cle, 20 petals are need­ed. Glue them into the gaps between the petals of the first cir­cle with the sharp ends up. Con­tin­ue to glue new petals between the pre­vi­ous ones — on the 3rd lay­er you need 20 petals, on the 4th — 19 petals, on the 5th — 14 petals, on the 6th — 8 petals, on the 7th — 2 petals.
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  17. The result is an unusu­al flower that can become the cen­tral point of the com­po­si­tion.
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See also
Rosa Clara wedding dresses

Master class for a wedding bouquet of toys

To make a wed­ding bou­quet of toys, you need:

  • what­man;
  • glue gun);
  • scis­sors;
  • cor­ru­gat­ed paper.

A wed­ding bou­quet of soft toys is quite sim­ple:

  1. From what­man paper you need to cut a cir­cle with a diam­e­ter of about 14 cm, and at the same time make a han­dle for the bou­quet by fold­ing a rec­tan­gu­lar piece of what­man paper. Make a straight cut on the cir­cle and cut out a small sharp goal.
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  3. Then the ends of the cir­cle need to be glued to make a wide cone.
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  5. On the han­dle and cone you need to make cuts, and then glue them.
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  7. Then the result­ing frame must be wrapped with cor­ru­gat­ed paper, glu­ing it inside the cone and in the area of ​​​​the han­dle.
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  9. The edges of the cone can be dec­o­rat­ed with lace.
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  11. To attach the toy to the bou­quet with­out ruin­ing it, you need to glue two rib­bons to the frame from the inside.
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  13. Then the toy needs to be tied.
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  15. The result is a beau­ti­ful bou­quet that can be dec­o­rat­ed addi­tion­al­ly to taste.
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