Regardless of the occasion, fresh bouquets bring beauty to the environment and make use of fresh flowers and foliage in a decorative way. Whether it's for a wedding or formal event, or you simply want to display it as decor, making a bouquet from fresh flowers proves to be an easy project. It allows you to make use of the flowers growing in your garden throughout the growing season, as well.
Select a variety of fresh flowers, whether they be from your garden or another source. Popular choices include roses, daisies, carnations, lilies, orchids, snapdragons and irises.
Select some assorted foliage from your garden to add as accent to the bouquet. Long blades of grass, thorn-free rose leaves or a couple of snips of English ivy provide greenery and texture to any bouquet.
Select a transparent glass vase as a receptacle to the bouquet.
Line the inner edges of the vase with foliage.
Bundle the flowers, in an amount of your choice, and place them in the center of the vase. Allow the flowers to spread out among the foliage.
Add optional embellishments to the bouquet, such as a silk ribbon tied in a bow around the vase.