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Making Your Own Wedding Bouquet

Wedding is one of a girl’s dreams and going perfect is even the best part. Usually, a wedding is handled by a number of people – photographers, wedding planner, relatives and florist – the bride’s personal touch to her wedding. However, there is still something that a bride-to-be can do on her part. This article guides a bride-to-be how to make her bouquet for her wedding day.

A wedding is one of the most significant points of a woman's life. The long walk down the aisle wearing a stunning dress and a unique bouquet to meet the man of her dreams at the altar is indeed a touching and sentimental event. After all, it's the time when she swears to devote the rest of her life to loving her husband and her future children, for better or for worse. Nowadays, a wedding is handled by so many people – the dressmaker, choreographer, wedding planner, cameramen, florist, relatives, etc. – that it is virtually taken out of the bride's hand. This saves the bride a lot of time to deal with pre-wedding jitters, minor details and what-not, but some brides want to give their weddings their own personal touch. One good way to do it is to create her own wedding bouquet.

You might ask, will it work? Of course, you don't want to ruin your own wedding by toting a bouquet that looks...unappealing, at the very least. You don't need a professional florist background to make your own bouquet, but you need to be pretty confident in your skill to do it. If not, best leave the bouquet-making to more competent hands. The price may be exorbitant, but it will save you the headache. However, if you can't afford the services of a professional florist or you simply want your bouquet to be truly your own – unique and personal – then by all means, make your own bouquet.

First things first. Choose the flowers that you want for your bouquet. One to three kinds of flowers in a bouquet should be enough. To make your bouquet more meaningful, choose flowers that have sentimental value to you – red roses for when he confessed that he loves you, white roses after your first big fight. The possibilities are endless! As for the colors, white is a popular choice but you are free to deviate from it. Be creative. Check out wedding magazines or websites for bouquet designs so that you have an idea on what you want for your own.

Don't leave off making your flowers for the first time at the last minute when you're preoccupied with other wedding details. Make sure to practice some months before the big day so you know what to do in making the actual flowers. Silk flowers don't wilt, break, or rot, which makes them perfect for practicing. Prepare the necessary materials: scissors, ribbon, twine, etc. Make the actual flower bouquet two to three days before the wedding to keep them fresh.

If you do everything rightComputer Technology Articles, you'll be walking down that aisle with the most special bouquet for the most special bride in the world.

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This article was written by Timothy Spencer for Island Rose - Philippine Flower Delivery. We hope you enjoyed this article and encourage you to visit our website. Through Island Rose, you can Send Flowers Philippines or simply browse through our blog for more informative articles.

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