DIY Video: How to make a hand-tied bouquet

Easy instructions to create your own hand-tied bouquet. Popular for bridal bouquets, this style of bouquet also provides more volume and elegance than most other styles. Brittany at Field of Flowers shows you everything you need to make your own.

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Create your own hand-tied bouquet

Hand-tied bouquet featuring hydrangeas

Hand–Tied Bouquets are very popular, and easy to make. A single type of flower such as roses can be used or it can be a variety. Greenery such as ribbon grass can be placed around the edge for a fuller look. 

Here’s how it’s done:

1. Hold a few flower or foliage stems tightly in one hand
2. Add each successive stem in a spiral fashion, with the stems crisscrossed in your hand.
3. Once you have placed all your flowers, and while still holding the bouquet in one hand, tie your bouquet with string, ribbon or raffia at the point where the stems come together. (This can be a bit tricky, but gets easy with practice.)

Now you’re done! This yields a bouquet in which the stems flare out, giving room to each flower, as opposed to typical bouquets where the flower stems are parallel. A hand-tied bouquet makes a great gift for someone who has a lot of vases. Recipients can simply drop their bouquets right into a favorite vase, with no need to arrange them.

You can also get the step by step instructions from our video.

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How to Create Your Own Hand – Tied Bouquet!


Hand–Tied Bouquets are very popular, and easy to make. A single type of flower such as roses can be used or it can be a variety. Greenery such as ribbon grass can be placed around the edge for a fuller look.

Here’s how it’s done:

1. Hold a few flower or foliage stems tightly in one hand
2. Add each successive stem in a spiral fashion, with the stems crisscrossed in your hand.
3. Once you have placed all your flowers, and while still holding the bouquet in one hand, tie your bouquet with string, ribbon or raffia at the point where the stems come together. (This can be a bit tricky, but gets easy with practice.)

Now you’re done! This yields a bouquet in which the stems flare out, giving room to each flower, as opposed to typical bouquets where the flower stems are parallel. A hand-tied bouquet makes a great gift for someone who has a lot of vases. Recipients can simply drop their bouquets right into a favorite vase, with no need to arrange them.