How to Make a Rose Bouquet for a Flower Girl

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When making a rose bouquet for a flower girl, keep the age of the girl in mind, as some arrangements may be too big. Use the color of a flower girl's dress to accent her bouquet with help from a florist in this free video on rose bouquets. View Video Transcript

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Karen Rodowicz

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Hi, I'm Karen Rodowicz with JK Flowers, and I'm here to help you make a rose bouquet for your flower girl. Most traditional flower girls usually use flower petals, but if you want her to hold a bouquet, keep in mind the age and size of your flower girl. If she's in the age of between three and six, you don't want to make anything too big. So you want to start with just a couple simple roses. You want to bring them together in a round format until you have a small nosegay is what they call this. You want to take some floral tape. You want to tie up your rose bouquet, add some ribbon, and now you have a small rose bouquet for your flower girl. Keep in mind you can use the color of the dress that she's wearing or you can use an accent color to complement what the dress is that they're wearing. Either way, it's your wedding and you get to choose what she gets to carry. I hope this was helpful. I'm Karen Rodowicz, JK Flowers.