wedding bouquet

rosemary bundle

Fragrant springtime blossoms abound in this floral cone.

Featuring fragrant rosemary and a mix of sweet-smelling blossoms, this pretty cone-shaped bouquet can beautifully grace any springtime wedding, from casual to formal.
To create this luscious selection, the rosemary is formed into a conical, flat-topped bunch and bound with beading wire. A straight-handled bouquet holder, into which the flowers are arranged, is nestled into the rosemary, and permanent wired vines are coiled around the bundle. A garland of hyacinth florets, strung on beading wire and wrapped around the cluster of florals, echoes the movement of the wired vines.

MATERIALS: roses, hyacinths and rosemary from California cut flower growers; Wedding Belle Bouquet Holder from Smithers-Oasis.

Excerpted from Florists’ Review 101 Wedding Bouquets with How-To Instructions.
Remove the leaves from the bottom one-third of the
rosemary stems. Gather the partially stripped rosemary
into a bunch, and bind with
beading wire.
Hot-glue a straight-handled bouquet holder into the rosemary bundle. Wrap
the bottom portion of the rosemary stems with ribbon
to form a handle.
Arrange flowers into the bouquet holder. Coil wired vines around the rosemary bundle. String hyacinth blossoms onto beading wire, and wrap the resulting garland around the composition.

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