October 23, 2020 5 min read

For many different special occasions, bouquets are required. You will save a lot of money by making your own bouquets, instead of wasting money on each occasion. Bouquets of hand-tied poses are beautiful and straightforward to build.

Posy is a flower that is typically given as a gift. You can call these blooms tussie-mussie or nosegay also. It can take as little as thirty minutes to make these bouquets or less, depending on the bouquet experience and type. While the word "posies" means a small bouquet that is tied with a colored ribbon. These round ball-shaped bouquets are elegant and beautiful.

These bouquets give any room a lovely, elegant, and decorative vibe. Do you want to learn how to build these bouquets?

Get posies posy to create a hand-tied bouquet:

As they are much easier to handle, pick posy blooms that are fine in the stem. Rounded heads are much better at working together than a combination of rounds and spires. In this case, the fillers you can use are wax flower, astrantia, and foliages to bring the magic.

Chop all the stems to a manageable length of around 30 cm and clear them at least 15 cm from the stem base with thorns, leaves, and painful nodules. On a transparent surface, layout the prepared flowers so that they are easy to pick.

The best part is choosing the flower arrangements to make a bouquet. Long stem flowers, since they are more accessible to hand-tie, are perfect for creating bouquets. Along with several poses, add a wide selection of long-stemmed flowers. Try to coordinate color and choose flowers that, in form, scale, and color complement each other.

Always choose flowers that are well-groomed and ready to be made into a bouquet. After getting the flowers cut off the extra leaves to avoid pollution of the water in which the flowers should place. Here are five steps to take when making a hand-tied flower bouquet made of these beautiful posies:

1.     Sort the flowers out:

Start by keeping one of the leading flowers in your left hand, and then add the flowers and foliage to your right table. (If left-handed, reverse). With your thumb and forefinger, the flowers are held in place in your palm; the other fingers grasp and release as more flowers are inserted. Switch the bunch using your right hand every third stem or so. Keep all the stems facing the same direction; the twist will become visible when they are added. Lower the height slightly to get a rounded shape as each stem is inserted.

Sort out each flower so they have spread apart and ready to be made into a bouquet. Gather the string and cut out the section you believe you might not like. It's always better to cut or buy more string than you think you will need because it is easier to work with more string than not getting enough string to tie your bouquet.

2.     Start putting together your bouquet:

To secure any softer stems:

  • Finish with the most rigid stems and prevent the string from cutting through the flowers and decapitating them.
  • At least once, grasp the string around your little finger and then loop it around the bunch above the holding hand.
  • Pull firmly, put the bunch in a double knot on a surface, and tie.

Starting with the most enormous and most attention-grabbing flowers to use as the centerpieces is often best. Grab these attention-catching flowers and slowly add in a circular movement on other flowers in a pleasant pattern. Keep adding flowers until the bouquet with a large variety of flowers becomes dense and full. The poses should be added to the flower arrangement and spread out among the other flowers or foliage equally in bulk. Make certain that the flowers are closely compacted together.

3.     Tie the bouquet:

One of the most straightforward steps of making a hand-tied bouquet could be this move. It can screw up the whole bouquet if the flowers are not tied correctly. Use the string which has already been cut to tie around the flowers' stems. Be sure to very firmly tie the stems together so that the flowers remain in place. To put a tighter grip on the flower arrangements to prevent the flowers from loosening up, the string should be tied around the stem's top sections.

4.     Place the bouquet in water or gift wrap:

If you choose to change the arrangement, keeping the bouquet reasonably loose helps you to wiggle some stems into place. When you have been arranging, check if any have fallen down and gently pull them back into position. It's better to go to the bottom of the stem sometimes and wiggle them up. You may also take out any stems of vegetation that might look better on the other side and swap them. Play about and spend a moment getting your blooms beautiful!

To suit your container, trim the stems gradually. The stems should reach the container base, and the bunch's form should begin at the collar. It needs to fit snugly and not wobble. If the bouquet is for celebrations or at home, they need to be put in the pool. It can make the bouquet stand out even more by placing it into a lovely vase and can make an ideal centerpiece for any table. If the bouquet is a gift, gift wrapping may be made of the stems of the bouquets. Various styles of wrapping paper or even tissue paper may be used to package bouquets for gifting purposes.

5.     Paper wrap for your bouquet (Optional step):

They ever wondered how florists so beautifully bundle up their flowers?

You can also do it in the same way.

 Break the two paper bits into rectangles. Take the first piece now, and move the lower left-hand corner to the center of the top and fold it. It will look like a zig-zag and do the same with the second piece, repeat.

6.     Wrap your bouquet and secure it with string and ribbon:

In the center of one of the folded pieces of brown paper, place your bouquet. The top flowers should be in keeping with the shape of the zig-zag, and the stems should pop out of the bottom. Fold it in, like a cone, on both sides, squeezing the paper above where the string is. For the second piece of paper, turn it over and repeat.

Cut the brown paper with another length of string and tie (be careful not to pinch too tight!) Tie it off and make it a knot. You may add a lovely long ribbon as a finishing touch and tie it into a bow.


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