It’s way too easy to think, “It’s just flowers. I can do thaaaat!” as a favorite florist once said… Possibly because she had heard brides say that before! …A lot. But you need to make sure you’re ready for all that’s involved when you DIY your wedding flowers.
We know HUGE bouquets are super popular right now, but what if we mega-size the actual flowers instead of just the bouquet size? We love a good huge flower bouquet, headpiece, centerpiece, or ceremony backdrop.
The best part? You can totally make these yourself.
I love a good hoop bouquet, but those handy floral hoops can be used for more than just a great alternative bouquet. I’ve created a series of hoops flowing with greenery and flora that can be used a wedding ceremony backdrop, reception decor, or even a place card holder.
With this DIY floral hoop backdrop, you can add as many floral picks as you like to make it as lush as you can imagine. Artificial flowers let you create a backdrop that can go from wedding to living room permanently. It’s the beauty of realistic artificial flowers!
Here are the steps to go from a simple hoop to intricate backdrop in no time…
This quick and easy DIY floral frame backdrop is a reusable rustic wedding decor element that will delight your guests. I love it because it can fit any wedding theme or style. It can be giant, or small and sweet, and you can use whatever frame you already have or find new or secondhand.
Use it as a wedding ceremony backdrop or anywhere in your decor. Ready to see how to make it?
We’ve already tested out DIYing your own felt succulents for a felt flower bouquet or centerpiece and it checked out as easy-peasy. But if you’re already overloaded with craft projects, down to the wire, or just plain suck at DIY, this felt succulents kit will make a DIY fabric flower bouquet dead easy. The kit comes with everything you need to make 18 succulent plants, including some seriously styling ombre leaves.
Unless you went a butt-ton of proms, or been a groomsman in every wedding, you probably have no idea how to properly pin a flower on to yourself or someone else. I would watch from behind my camera and everyone stumbled around, trying to find that ONE person who knew what to do.
But now you will, because I discovered the secret trick to pinning the perfect floral boutonniere every dang time…