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While cascading bouquet may not always be in high demand, mastering this skill is essential for wedding florists. However, creating cascading bouquet can be a bit of a challenge, as they may turn out heavier or larger than you intended.
Additionally, many florists might have limited experience with cascading bouquets unless they regularly create them for weddings or events.
Now, I have a question for you, “Do you enjoy crafting cascading bouquets? Are you confident in creating loose and airy cascading arrangements?”
If your answer is NO, I want you to know that I used to be in the same position. If your answer is YES, that’s fantastic! I hope this article can still provide you with some fresh ideas and inspiration 🙂
This is a photo of a cascading bouquet I recently created using fresh fall flowers from my garden for fall wedding, including white Sweet Clematis, Cosmos, Dahlias and Lace flowers. To make this hand-tied cascading bouquet, I didn’t use any tools like a cage, wire, or flower foam inside the bouquet, I relied on a simple spiral method.
I’ve compiled a bouquet recipe with the material list below, providing some tips for successful cascading bouquet making. However, because explaining the process solely through text can be unclear, I’ve created a free training video to make it much easier to understand.
If you’re interested in watching the video guide “How to Make a Loose and Airy Cascading Bouquet Effortlessly”, just click the link below. In this video, you’ll find a step-by-step tutorial accompanied by helpful tips. I hope this is helpful and sparks some inspiration! I’m looking forward to seeing you there 🙂
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