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Thanksgiving DIY Centerpieces

Do-It-Yourself Thanksgiving flowers are an affordable home decor option during this holiday. We often strive to make this time of year as special as we can for our loved ones. A beautiful harvest color palette of fresh flowers scattered throughout Thanksgiving dinner decor is warm and charming. Purchasing flowers for around an entire home from a florist can be expensive. That’s why we suggest this DIY Thanksgiving Flower Pack. You can create enough arrangements for all sections of your home.

Make Thanksgiving flowers easy, BloomsByTheBox.com made this special tutorial for you to see exactly how to make these specific arrangements. To See the full tutorial please visit BloomsByThebox.com’s sponsored post on The Budget Savvy Bride.

Thanksgiving Flowers Tutorial

It really is simple! Just order your DIY Thanksgiving flowers online. Once you receive them, hydrate the flowers. Then make 6-7 arrangements that will create holiday decor around your entire home!

If you would rather mix and match fall flowers you can see our wide selection and even ask for help from out outstanding customer service team. We offer free consultations that will help you figure out what you need, how much you need, and when to receive the flowers. We would love to hear from you today! Post any questions you have here, call us, or email us here at BloomsByTheBox.com

 

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When you begin to research wedding flower options, you probably spend a lot of time on Pinterest, looking for DIY flower tutorials. Most results for DIY flowers lead you to paper or tissue flower tutorials. The paper flower tutorials are abundant, which are only good if you want to spend 50 hours (small exaggeration) cutting, scrunching paper, taping, wiring, gluing, and fluffing tissues into flowers.

We are problem solvers here at BloomsByTheBox.com, so we compiled over 140 of the best step by step FRESH flower tutorials for weddings and events. From centerpieces, bouquets, and boutonnieres to aisle decor and more. There was a dangerous amount of time spent on Pinterest finding the best tutorials. Here are just a couple of our favorite/ most re-pinned projects! Use them as a reference when you are ready arrange your wholesale flowers. Click on the images to see the full tutorials.

Favorite Centerpiece Tutorial

Centerpiece Tutporial

This flower tutorial is especially helpful because it shows an affordable DIY arrangement. Using spray roses, greenery, and fillers with small plastic vases and miscellaneous small glassware is budget friendly. Small glass vases like above can be found at your local dollar store! Using a tape grid, like in this post is also a great skill to learn!

Favorite Bouquet Tutorial

Peony Bouquet - flower tutorialsPeony and dusty miller bouquets are very common among modern brides. We created our very own Do-It-Yourself flower tutorial to provide an example for a budget peony bouquet. The secret is to use dusty miller and one bunch of peonies for the bridal bouquet. Then, use 5 stems and dusty miller for your bridesmaids bouquets. This is a great alternative if you really love peonies but need to stay in budget.

Favorite Garland Tutorial

 How to Make Floral Garland - Flower Tutorial

Floral garland can be pretty tricky to make if you have never had any experience with it before. You may need to practice before diving in head first. In order to start, get some greenery and wire it together to make the base of the garland. Add the flowers after! Click on the photo above to see the full tutorial.

Favorite Boutonniere Tutorial

DIY boutonniere - flower tutorialsThis is living proof that DIY can be SUPER simple. This is perfect for a couple who needs to make 10-15 boutonniere because it is affordable, easy, and quick to put together. Each boutonniere would take about 2 minute to make! Just grab some nautical ribbon (or something that matches your theme) some rope (or string) and baby’s breath and you are ready to rock n’ roll.

Favorite Floral Accent Tutorial

Fresh fLower Napkin ringFloral accents usually take a back seat with wedding DIY. However, there a lot of ways to use these adorable napkin rings. If you have 100 guests and don’t have time to make 100, then you can use them  parents of the bride and groom, the wedding party, and the bride and groom. OR use this very simple idea to make small accents for the ceremony by placing them along the aisle on chairs or pews!

These flower tutorials just scrape the surface, go see our DIY Flower Projects Pinterest board for more. BloomsBytheBox.com works to provide our budget couples with as many resources as possible to help them through DIY. We have a wide range of resources to teach you how to care for flowers, pick out flowers, get the right quantities, and create all types of arrangements.  We are dedicated to helping you create what you envisioned and save money! Here is a list of resources to start:

DIY Flowers 101 – Online Lesson Series
DIY Guide to Wedding Flowers
Flower Arranging Videos
Free Online Live Chat
Email Consultation – Send Photos of desired arrangements and get help  in picking flowers and quantities!

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One of our amazing customers shared her personal Do-It-Yourself Event Flowers with us. Kate’s event was rather unique, she had a rock ‘n’ roll themed Judicial Reception for the Association of Women Attorneys!

Kate ordered a mixed box of wholesale dahlias and carnations to be delivered to Houston, Texas. She found inspiration on APracticalWedding.com for making a DIY carnation backdrop! This simple project made a large statement at Kate’s event. Take a look!

DIY Carnation Back-drop

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Do It Yourself Event FlowersThe carnation backdrop and the dahlia centerpieces create beautiful event decor for a very special event. The edgy rock ‘n’ roll theme was completed with glitter in the posh looking venue, Sam Houston Hotel.

Keeping it simple by arranging one flower type in a vase is a smart move. Dahlias are the perfect flowers for single flower variety arrangements. Their regal colors and shapes are sophisticated all on their own. Also, the simple carnation back drop was a perfect accent. Carnations are very hard, long lasting, and easy to work with. The sophistication and impact was made through her color palette and design choices. Bravo Kate!

 

 

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