Soft Neutral Hand-tied Wedding Bouquet
Hand-tied Wedding Bouquets are certainly popular…and getting the perfect color palette is important to both flower designer and bride. I see a great deal of bright vibrant colors on social media…and I’ve also noticed a trend for adding soft neutral blush colors to the mix to give the palette a sophisticated air.
That’s the perfect opportunity to enhance flowers with the Blush Color Tool from Design Master. Whether it’s a dahlia, garden rose or for today’s project, I accent the NEW Magnum Chrysanthemums from Deliflor…as the focal emphasis for a lavender/purple collection of Lilac, Allium, Scoop Scabiosa, Jasmine Vine, Sphere Chrysanthemums, Freesia and Cool Water Roses!
Creating a hand-tied bouquet that includes succulents as well…with a European technique that will allow the bouquet to stand upright on a table or be placed in a vase is included in this week’s video.
I also share a tip about using Petal Proofer from Design Master as an “insurance policy” on the Chrysanthemums.
These simple techniques give expert results… all thanks to the color experts at Design Master.
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