In a perfect scenario, you would waltz into your studio on wedding week and whip together effortless bouquets while sipping (still) hot coffee and be done in time for an actual…ahem sit down dinner. You would leave the bridal suite with a skip in your step knowing you nailed the bouquet and how lucky you are to be a wedding florist.
And cue reality check...
…maybe that’s not happening, just yet.
If anything, bouquet making might give you cold sweats.
Maybe it’s more like dread to get them started.
Maybe even procrastinating until you are exhausted and then decide to wrestle them late into the night with a shoulder shrug and a “am I cut out for this floral thing” mentality—then collapse into bed.
It’s not like every bouquet ever has been a struggle, maybe some even felt like you had it down but it’s the ones that don’t come together that shake confidence and beg the question…are you missing something?
If you could just have a way to make the process easier and have more consistent results, you could feel confident no matter what shows up on that Pinterest inspiration board.
It’s easy to feel confused by all the different approaches to bouquet techniques and ideas. It can feel overwhelming. I certainly used to feel that way, like I was just not cool enough, smart enough or talented enough to figure out how to make my bouquets feel light as air rather than a clunky ball with arms….