When doing a peacock-themed wedding, purple is a great option to add to your wedding décor – the colors mesh so well. In today’s tutorial, you will see how to make a pretty peacock and purple bridal bouquet in just a few easy steps.
Incorporating peacock feathers showcases your peacock wedding theme, but you can also add colors if you don’t want to add feathers. Here is a bridal bouquet from one of my previous tutorials demonstrating peacock colors without peacock feathers.
If you need an idea for a centerpiece, I definitely recommend you check this one out – it will go perfectly with your peacock theme. A mother of a soon-to-be bride sent in this project request, and I am so excited to show her how to create this bridal bouquet for her daughter. This surprise will surely make for a tearful moment during her special day.
- Straight Handle Bouquet Holder
- Green Star Ivy Bush
- Purple Freesia Spray
- Grape Gina Rose Bud Stem
- Green Foam Half Ball – 6″ x 2 51/64”
- Purple Carolina True Touch Rose Bouquet
- Peacock Feathers
How To Make a Pretty Peacock and Purple Bridal Bouquet
STEP 1: A straight-handle bouquet holder and a 6-inch half-foam ball will create the foundation for this project. Cut out the center of the foam half-ball to fit the straight-handle bouquet holder. Attach the straight-handle bouquet holder and styrofoam half ball with hot glue.
Attach Your Flowers
STEP 2: Add 8-10 True Touch Purple Carolina Roses, 2 Purple Freesia Spray Stems, and 4 Grape Gina Rose Buds.
Add the Feathers
STEP 3: Attach 20-24 Peacock Feathers.
STEP 4: Cut and attach Ivy Leaf Stems from 2 to 24 inches long. Start in the center of the bouquet with the shorter stems and work your way out with the long stems.
Take a step back and check out your masterpiece. Make any additions or adjustments!
I love the idea of surprising your daughter with a bridal bouquet created by your own hands. I get emotional just thinking about it. We are honored to be a part of so many of our Community Members’ special days. Always remember, when every penny counts, count on Miss PlanIt. See y’all next week!
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