Any floral arrangement can be given seaside charm by adding some stems with genuine shells.
This tutorial is similar to my Crystal Stems project, but is designed to work with items (like shells) that don't have a hole drilled through like Swarovski crystal beads.
It's time for more fun making party decorations with real leaves today!
I have absolutely no training as a florist, but I love working with real flowers, and have found that they're much more durable and forgiving than I originally thought.
Did you see yesterday's post about making the big floral monogram A for the A is for Addalyn party? Well, now I'm going to show what I did after the party with all those roses.
My favorite single element from the A is for Addalyn party was definitely the large floral A on the center of the table.
Since I shut down Tradewind Tiaras to focus on Tikkido and blogging, it occurred to me that I should share some of the tips and tricks I figured out over the years in the bridal business and help some DIY brides. Today I'm going to start with an easy tutorial for making crystal stems.
At the Sprinkles birthday party, I used sprinkles everywhere. Everywhere. Soooo many sprinkles. I had this vision of vases filled with sprinkles, overflowing with bountiful blooms.
Do you have a rose flowerarrangementyou'd like to make for a party, but the roses you bought are still closed tightly? Full roses take up so much more space that you'll need far fewer flowers. And fewer flowers means substantially less expensive floralarrangements, always a good thing for a budget bride.
Sorry for not posting on Friday, everyone! I was insanely busy prepping for my daughter's Cornish Fairies birthday party (much, much more on that soon!). Here's a bonus Sunday post to make up for it.
Want rustic, playful, elegant, and inexpensive centerpieces for your wedding or engagement party? How about these adorable birch bark vases carved with your initials?