In our BlumiMag you will find numerous DIY ideas for your wedding, especially many instructions for bridal bouquets that you can design and tie yourself with the help of the DIY instructions.
But does it always have to be a classic bridal bouquet or can it be something unusual? Wedding hoops are modern and trendy at the moment: metal rings that are decorated with fresh cut flowers and that the bride then carries in her hand.
What do you think of the trend? Hot or not?
You can tie the hoop the day before your wedding and then carefully wrap it in a damp cloth and store it in the refrigerator. Our finishing spray also extends the durability of decorations that have to do without a water supply.
The metal ring, the fresh flowers and everything else you need for the DIY idea can be found in our online shop. Order your cut flowers comfortably from the sofa and have everything delivered to your home on your desired date.
How to make wedding hoop yourself
Processing time: approx. 45-60 min
Price: from approx. 35.00 EUR
Our flower selection for the hoop:
- 2 bunch of eucalyptus “Silver Dollar” silver-green
- 4 branched roses “Mimi Eden” pink – white
- 4 stems Lisianthus – Eustoma “Rosita White” white
- 4 stalks of gypsophila – pink
- 4 astrantias “Roma” – star umbels old pink
For our DIY idea you will also need the following materials:
- a metal ring to decorate with flowers – black – 25 cm
- Myrtle wire – galvanized
- glue for fresh flowers if necessary
Astrantia “Roma” – star umbels old pink
1.50€ / St.
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Step 1: storing the fresh flowers
If you have received our flower package and you don’t want to start our DIY idea right away, you should get the fresh ones Put flowers and accessories in the water. Cut the Stems of flowers at an angle with a sharp knife and straighten the stalks of the eucalyptus with secateurs and give the flowers and the greenery a little break after the journey. You should store everything in a cool place until processing, e.g. B. in the garage or in the basement.
Our general tips for caring for cut flowers give you important tips on what you should consider when caring for them.
Step 2: preparing the materials
The tying of the hoop is quicker and easier if you look at the Cut the flowers and the eucalyptus beforehand. Divide the large stems into smaller units, about 7 to 10 cm long. If necessary, remove leaves from the stems of the fresh flowers.
Then you lay everything down ready in groups on your work surface, so you can keep a good overview of how much of each variety is still available to you while you are tying.
Step 3: tying the wreath
Now you start tying the wreath. The wreath will bound on two sidesso that the stems meet in the middle. You can also tie the wreath in one direction and then cover the ends with a ribbon.
In the upper area of the metal ring there must be a small area free of flowers, because this is where the wedding hoop will later be touched and carried in the hand.
Attach the winding wire to the metal ring. Then you imagine one small bouquet composed of different types of flowers, place the bouquet on the ring and wrap the stems a few times with the winding wire. In the next step you put the next bouquet in such a way that the The stem ends are covered by the first bouquet are and wrap the ends back with the wire. You continue like this until you have reached the middle of the metal ring.
Cut the wire and knot the end on the back of the wreath so that nothing can come open.
then Tie the other half of the wreath in the same way until the stems meet in the middle with the stem ends of the first half.
Step 4: covering the binding point
the Place where the stem ends of the individual bouquets come together from both directions, you can cover with individual flowers. We have small roses with the help of fresh flower glue glued in place. You can also attach the flowers with the help of winding wire or cover the area with a ribbon.
We wish you a lot of fun tying a wedding hoop and a great and exciting preparation time for your wedding.
Summery, flowery greetings
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