Mechanics for a Hand-tied Bouquet

The process for creating a European inspired hand-tied bouquet is easy with this simple trick. Using your index finger and thumb as a ‘vessel’ and laying each flower at a 46 degree angle and on top of the last flower will result in the perfect spiral of stems.
This process allows the bouquet to stand when bound and when stems are cut flush the bouquet can stand in a tray of water or be placed into a vase!

It’s a simple technique…and one that provides professional results every time!