Relying on the florists for every nook and cranny of traditional aspects of the wedding can skyrocket your bottom line budget. What if we told you that some of that work could easily be done yourself? Right down to the bridesmaids’ best accessories, you can design a new arrangement or two for your big day! Let’s have a peek at 15 DIY wedding bouquets you and the gals can create!
Over at A Practical Wedding you can find an easy-to-follow, classic bouquet DIY tutorial. You can follow these instructions and then personalize the design to your liking. Make sure to bookmark this page!
2. Less Than $10
If you’re looking to really cut corners, think about finding something more budget-friendly. At The DIY Lighthouse, you can create this beauty for less than $10 and completely slash the cost of your florals. Just follow along with their recommendations!
3. Baby Breath’s & Eucalyptus
You can always find ready-made kits. This baby breath’s and eucalyptus creation from Afloral is just that. Spend a bit on the kit and then spend time putting them together with the gals.
4. Faux Real
This faux design looks anything but fake, don’t you think? Elyana Ivette will walk you through the process. We love how original, yet on-trend, this particular design is and how friendly it is to personalization.
5. Lush Greens
Jacintha Payne will walk you through how to make a beautiful wedding bouquet as well. There are countless tips and ideas thread throughout her feature. If you walk more inspiration and instruction, this is the spot to read through.
6. Rustic Style
Rustic style is still on trend and popular throughout the wedding world. If you’re looking to bring some farmhouse vibes into your big day, you may want to learn how to whip up a bouquet that fits the theme. Check out this tutorial at Want That Wedding to get something similar.
Green Wedding Shoes went with a unique idea to form their wedding day bouquet. A monochromatic theme could be a great way to style your entire event’s florals. Just look at this cream creation we immediately fell in love with!
8. Book Sheets
If you want to nix the florals, that’s okay too! There are tons of great alternative routes to take in that department, including learning some orgami. Check out this design – made from book sheets – at Adventures of a Bookworm.
9. Felt Petals
Using felt petals can be a lot of fun too. If you want to nix the real greens and go with the faux, think about getting extra creative with something similar. Check out Lia Griffith for more info.
It’s easy to use wildflowers to create your own wedding day bouquet. Seek out vendors to buy the florals from or a local nursery – and design one on your own. Thanks for the inspiration Wedding Bells!
Here’s another interesting alternative to think about using – or spark further unique ideas. If you’re planning a wedding without flowers check out A Practical Wedding. We were swooning for this feather arrangement!
It’s essential to know how to wrap your flowers when making a bouquet so it was impertaive we added this tutorial onto the list. Check out DIY Network to add this skill into your bag of tricks – it can essentially be used for any of these wedding projects.
13. Baby’s Breath
Baby’s breath can really go a long way. It’s also inexpensive but just as whimsical and romantic as other petals. Check out The Budget Savvy Bride for more info on how to create something similar.
14. Under $35
If you want to use fresh florals but still fit a stricter budget, then check out this tutorial. Follow along with Miss Plan It and learn how to design a bouquet (using real petals) for uner $35 each. Mix and match, and find something that truly fits your theme.
15. Bountiful Color
Brit + Co totally knocked out socks off with this stunner from Paper & Stitch. This bouquet is filled with bountiful color and texture – and a lot of trendy petals too. It’s the perfect springtime, boho design.