You will need
  • - flowers;
  • - ribbon or cord;
  • - decorative greenery;
  • - optional accessories (frame, packing material).
Before you start drawing up a bouquet, pick up some flowers for him. This issue is very important to consider the age, gender, appearance and, of course, personal taste of who designed bouquet. To avoid embarrassing blunders, stick to the basic rules of flower etiquette. For men, choose a large, three-dimensional, high flowers. For example, gladioli, irises, Hippeastrum. Women fit more tender plants – roses, lilies, tulips. Carnations are presented with Mature and elderly people. The most universal flowers are gerbera daisies, they can give almost everyone.
The preparation of the bouquet is a creative work requires training and understanding of the future creation. Think carefully about the form and appearance of future floral arrangements. Be sure to pay attention to the shape of flowers and leaves, this will help you to keep the harmony between all elements of the bouquet. It is also important to place the correct accents and choose materials, but every artist relies entirely on your personal taste.
For the preparation of the bouquet besides flowers, you will need tape for cords, decorative greenery, and any additional accessories on request. The easiest option of making the bouquet is parallel. Take the largest flowers, and place them in the center of the future of the bouquet. Around add smaller flowers. Framing the resulting composition will be decorative greenery. Tie the bouquet with ribbon. Trim the stems of flowers to same length.
Spiral bouquet is more complex, but also more original. This option will look magnificently even with a small number of colors. To compile a spiral bouquet of flowers, prepare and lay before him on the table. Gather the bouquet in your left hand, and right alternately add the flowers. Keep the stems of the flowers touch each other only where they are held by the fingers of the left hand.
Take a large flower that will be in the center of the composition, and set it upright. Subsequent elements of the bouquet lay a bit diagonally, as if in a spiral. If you add flowers to the front, then tilt them from left to right. Increase the angle of inclination as the content of the bouquet. In this position the flowers so that the inner and outer elements were almost identical in length. Then your bouquet will be beautiful rounded shape. Plants with small flowers and delicate foliage can slightly elevate above the surface of the bouquet.
When the composition is ready, place it on the edge of ornamental leaves. They need a little push over the edge of the bouquet to get a neat cuff. Then tightly twist the bouquet with a ribbon or cord. Carefully trim the stems of the flowersto make a smooth base.