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Creative ways to wrap your wedding bouquet

Creative ways to wrap your wedding bouquet


Written by Katie Byrne


Add some extra personality to your stems with these gorgeous ideas...

 

 

#1 Just add pearls

Twirl a rope of faux pearls around your stems to add a gorgeous vintage-style twist to your arrangement. Image source.

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#2 Lovely in lace

A swatch of delicate lace can transform a real or faux bouquet - and extra sparkle can only be a good thing! Image source.

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#3 Matching ribbons

Wrap your stems in ribbons matching your wedding colours. For extra flair, add jewelled pins - just make sure you conceal the points suitably! Image source.

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#4 Paper perfection

For a rustic, homespun finish, consider wrapping your bouquet in brown paper - it will contrast with the lush greens of your bouquet perfectly. Image source.

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#5 Simply string

For a no-fuss, pared-back finish, wrap the stems in twine. Not only will this look charming, it will also help the bouquet maintain its shape and structure! Image source.

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