Hello, dear flower friends! Autumn is already here, and all around us we discover the warm colors of the new season. Especially in the flower shops, the autumn blossom splendor is a real pleasure for the eyes and soul. Do you want to introduce the colorful charm of autumn into your four walls? Then this is the right place for you! We would like to show you how you can bind a bouquet of flowers yourself with a little handful and a lot of imagination. Why, however, should the beautiful autumn flowers be tied to a bouquet itself, some flower fans would ask. We have the answer: A self-imposed bouquet does not only look delightful, it spreads a strong personal touch. If you want to decorate your home with the bouquet in the autumn or place an accent in the room, express your character and style.
A beautiful, skillfully self-tied bouquet is always in a good mood
In the new season there are many occasions where you can enjoy friends and relatives, loved ones and work colleagues with a self-imposed bouquet. Offer your masterpieces and let them speak. Flowers say more than a thousand words! Show your creativity and learn a beautiful bouquet here!
First you need to get colorful flowers. In every flower shop you can find beautiful dahlias, chrysanthemums and hydrangeas. To the typical autumn flowers Are still sunflowers in bright yellow, autumn astern and autumn anemones. But surely you have a green thumb! Then these autumn beauties grow in your own garden. You only need to pick a few there and off you go! Roll up your sleeves! We get together to work and bind a great bouquet just like the florists!
If you have a farm garden, you can make the most of it!
Step 1: Prepare to prepare for bouquet
In this preparatory phase, you need to get everything you need. They need about 15 beautiful autumn flowers, including can also roses Which can be found all year round in the flower shops. Select only closed flowers. So your bouquet will last longer! Other necessary materials for bouquet binding are a rose scissors, a sharp knife, cut green, bind wire, floral ribbon and possibly small decorative items (depending on your wish!). Keep everything handy and start with the actual work. First you have to cut the stalks and remove them from the leaves. Remove the leaves on the lower stem part, otherwise they will bite you when bunching.
Freshly picked in our own garden!
Step 2: Bind the working phase by the bouquet itself
Within this working phase, you have to let your handshake come into play! First select a flower that has a straight and stable stem and as large a flower as possible. It forms the centerpiece of the self-bound bouquet. Not only the flower variety but also the flower color plays an important role here, because this first flower continues to set the tone. Around them you will arrange the other flowers. If you want to give this first flower more hold, you can wrap binding wire around her stalk. Place this flower in your left hand and squeeze lightly with the thumb. Then start adding the other flowers you have chosen and some cut green with your right hand. Always put them together spirally and you get an excellent end result. Take a look at the attached video to see how the professionals do it:
Step 3: Put together, cut flower stalks and into the vase!
You’re almost there! Use the ribbon to tie the bouquet together. Then cut the stalks with the rose scissors back to the same length and turn the bouquet. Small optical errors can now be eliminated. In order to achieve a truly perfect result, make sure that the first flower is at the center of the bouquet. This is usually the undisputed highlight in the entire masterpiece. If you like the self-made bouquet well, put it right into the vase filled with fresh water. Or would you prefer to give it away? That depends only on you!
We wish you many more flower bouquets of this kind, which will delight you at every sight!