How to make a wedding bouquet

wedding costume dressing up

It’s all about weddings at the moment. I don’t think L knows there’s a royal wedding on the way but maybe it’s just a case of love in the air because all of a sudden she wants to wear a wedding costume and dress up as a bride. And every bride needs some flowers right? Here’s our quick and easy version of how to make a wedding bouquet.

make tissue paper flowers

We used the same technique we used when we made our opulent tissue paper flowers for our Mothers’ Day flower craft (follow the link for full instructions). Once we had five or six flowers we simply fastened the drinking straw stems together with sticky tape and the blushing bride had her beautiful bouquet.

how to make a dressing up pretend bouquet

Easy-peasy and ever so pretty. A wedding bouquet fit for a queen!

happily shared with get your craft on and homemaker monday and  inspire me monday and kids get crafty

Comments

  1. Kerri says

    What a great pic of L! Love action shots to capture a moment!

    The bouquet is too sweet! Will definitely try it!

  2. says

    This is just what we were looking for. We actually wanted to hang them from the ceiling over some of our tween beds. Now we have the how to.
    THANK YOU so much!

    – Kelly

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