wedding bouquet

tulip orb

Mature tulips naturally form a fabulous rounded bouquet.

An incredible sphere-shaped cluster of lovely peony-flowered tulips, hand-tied and accessorized with Camellia foliage, makes a fetching bouquet. And since tulips are available in a multitude of types and hues, many different looks can be created with this simple composition.
The ball-shaped formation is naturally achieved with mature tulips, the stems of which continue to grow and arch gracefully after they are cut. When the curved stems are gathered en masse, the cheery blossoms easily form a rounded creation.

MATERIALS: peony-flowered tulips and Camellia foliage from California cut flower growers; Oasis® Waterproof Tape from Smithers-Oasis.

Excerpted from Florists’ Review 101 Wedding Bouquets with How-To Instructions.
Secure a thin-gauge wire to
the stems of several
Camellia leaves with floral
In your hand, arrange the
tulips into a rounded, sphere-shaped formation.
Form a collar around the tulips
with the wired Camellia leaves.
Bind the grouping with waterproof tape. Clip the ends of the wires, and cover the tape with ribbon.

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