Gypsophila Bouquet and Buttonhole


Gypsophila Bouquet and Buttonhole

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Gypsophila Bouquet and Buttonhole
Gypsophila Bouquet and Buttonhole

This Gypsophila Bouquet and Buttonhole is versatile, pretty, provides excellent value for your money, and is incredibly easy to make. Breeze into spring or make a statement during your summer ceremony with this breathtaking yet easygoing flower arrangement. You don't have to spring for roses or dahlias to pull together a beautiful and original wedding day look your guests will remember.  For weddings with a more casual or outdoor feel, you simply cannot go wring with this springy, low-maintenance DIY flower bouquet. 

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Primary TechniqueFlorals/Wreaths



Project TypeBridal Attire

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For a very simple look, you can't go,wrong with this bouquet idea. So simple and easy to make and you can change. Out up a bit by adding sprigs or swigs dipped in glitter, or tiny wands wrapped in ribbon or painted with metallics for some added dimension. An unusual look that works well for a simple, graceful look, thanks for sharing!


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