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8 comments is announcing a big DIY Flower and Vase Giveaway! Whether you are planning a budget wedding, baby/wedding shower, or DIY event, this is the excellent opportunity to get a freebee and keep that budget in check. Read below to find out how to enter to win! Then read on to see a tutorial using the birch base vases we are giving away!

DIY Flower and Vase Giveaway

What You Win:
10 Assorted Birch Bark Vases
$150.00 of Flowers  (your choice) from**
Your Choice for Design Master Floral Spray (1 can)

**BloomsByTheBox will pay for $150 worth of flowers or supplies, you order

How to Win:
1. Create a collage of DIY flower inspiration. You can create a collage on Pinterest, label the board “BloomsByTheBox DIY Flowers”. Send us a link to your Pinterest board! Or you can make a collage of pictures and inspiration and send it to us as a photo! We will pick our favorite board. We will select the applicant that shows a cohesive vision and inspiration for their DIY flowers.
2. Like us on Facebook and get 3 friends to like our Facebook.

3.  Send your DIY Flower and Vase Giveaway submission email to {diana(at)}.  The email needs to include the list of 3 friends that liked our Facebook and the link to your Pinterest board or image (jpeg) of your collage! Then, wait for us to announce the winner! The last day to enter is January 31st, 2014! You must complete BOTH of the above steps and submit your entry to our email to qualify to win!

If you win you will probably make centerpieces using the vases! Or you can use this step by step to help you make any centerpiece using floral foam. Follow this step by step for making your DIY wedding arrangements! Make sure you hydrate your flowers and soak your floral foam in water with flower food. All of the flowers, vases, and supplies in this tutorial are available on

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Post questions and comments here! We would love to hear from you! And don’t forget January 31st 2014 is the last day to submit your entry! Share this DIY Flower and Vase Giveaway with anyone who has a wedding in the next three months to a year!

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It’s about time you learned how to make a holiday wreath! Once thanksgiving comes around its time to hit the ground running with Christmas decor. In year’s past you may have gone Christmas crazy and spent a pretty buck on greens, lights, and nicknacks. Not this year though, you are determined to DIY some decorations that create homey holiday cheer. If you decide to make our own wreath or have a neighbor wreath making contest you can order Christmas greens by the bunch and save a ton of money.

We stumbled up an EXTREMELY helpful and creative post on A Fresh Coat blog. They are dedicated to DIY, home decor, and the holidays!

How to Make a Wreath
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This beautiful wreath is made with a holiday greens combination of juniper, port oxford cedar, and douglas fir. If you were to purchase 1 bunch of each you would be able to make up to 3-4 wreaths. this is a fun activity with friends and family that can become a family tradition.

OR if you rather purchase a wreath that is already assembled there are some really beautiful variations available. Which one is your favorite?


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The biggest reason people decide to sidestep DIY flowers is the fear of lack luster arrangements. However, many customers have been able to make beautiful arrangements on a budget. We share their secrets to successful and professional looking DIY flower bouquets, centerpieces, and decor!

1. Keep the Design Simple:

The kiss of death with DIY is biting off more than you can chew. Don’t expect to be able to make a huge cascading floral archway the first time you touch wholesale flowers. In order to make flowers look professional and timeless, try to incorporate simple designs. Using simple designs does not mean, make boring arrangements. It simple means, choose a design that does not require a lot of mechanical work involving every floral tool in the shed. Photo credit: Kristen Leigh Photography

DIY flowers 2. Use color to make impact

The photo above is the perfect mix of simple design with colors that create an impact. This bride did a wonderful job with her DIY execution. She planned out many ways to keep design extremely simple while adding impact by using coral, pinks, peach, cream, and white flowers together. This inspired design created a beautiful focal point for their cocktail hour! Instead of creating complicated designs pick a palette of colors that create sophistication. Color is an element that make your DIY flowers look professional and well planned.

3. Do-It-Together!

One of our favorite wedding blogs, A Practical Wedding,  puts emphasis on doing DIY projects with family and friends! DIY flowers are the perfect project to designate as a group effort. Since you will most likely put together arrangements the day before the wedding, you will plenty of family and friends around to help. AND if you take our advice to keep the designs simple, anyone can do the job! You wont have to train a team to do pull it off. This will keep your arrangements looking much more professional because there will be no rush and you will have fun being creative together! A lot of our customers say that they had do much fun putting together bouquets with their bridesmaids. It is a great way to relax, bond, and be creative together before the wedding.

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4. Get the Right Amount of Flowers

DIY’ers have expressed that the hardest part of ordering wholesale flowers is estimating many flowers they need. It’s very important to make sure you will have enough flowers! You want to make sure arrangements don’t look unfinished  or have foam sticking out because you did have enough flowers to cover it. That’s why published online flowers lessons with a specific lesson dedicated to helping you pick the right quantities. We also offer free phone, email, and live chat consultations!

5. Practice

If you want to make something that you have not made you usually quickly hop on YouTube! Although this is a wonderful step that you should take before making your own event arrangements you should also try to practice. You do not need to practice with the exact flowers you plan on ordering. You can grab flowers from a market near you and just try working with the flowers a little bit, just to get the hang of it.

Do you have any suggestions or secrets to professional DIY flowers! Please comment and share!

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