Beautiful bouquet design idea

If you want to make your very own beautiful bouquet, no matter the occasion, you will be happy to know that it’s not all that difficult. With the right supplies and simple steps to follow, you will impress any lucky recipient with your flower arranging skills. Here’s how to make a stunning handheld bouquet.

What you need:

  • Fresh flowers for your beautiful bouquet
  • A selection of foliage
  • Sharp pair of scissors
  • String
  • A pretty bow


  • When choosing the flowers for your beautiful bouquet, you need to select focal flowers, mass flowers and fillers too. Roses can be your focal flowers and you can add spray roses, astrantia and hypericum as mass and filler elements.
  • You will need to trim your stems at an angle so that their stems do not rest directly on the bottom of the vase. You should also remove any lower leaves and flowers on the filler stems. This is because you need to be able to bind the stems easily together.
  • You can separate any filler stems to thin them out and spread them out in the arrangement.
  • When grouping your flowers together, you will need to select a binding point. This is where you will hold everything together as you create and shape the bouquet.
  • Place your stems at an angle so that the bouquet has a rounded appearance in the end.
  • Group some smaller blooms together before adding a larger flower. Add another batch of smaller flowers and a focal flower. Continue in this way until you have added all of your blooms.
  • Next, you can surround your blooms with some foliage to create a kind of skirt around the edge.
  • Secure the stems together with your string.
  • Trim all of the stems to the same length.
  • Cover the string with a decorative bow.

As you can see, making your own beautiful bouquet has never been easier. You can use just about any flowers you like which means that you can stick to any budget. Simple ask your florist for their tips on budget flowers as well as seasonal blooms to help keep your costs as low as possible.