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LEARN THESE SIMPLE STEPS and  TECHNIQUES to DESIGN YOUR OWN WEDDING FLOWERS

Discover now - how you can very easily make your own wedding flowers and have them look professionally done ... down to the smallest detail


Dear future flower arranger

Like you, there are 1000's of people searching for the secrets for how to design their own wedding flowers and how to make them look professionally done.
  • They want to know how to make boutonnieres, corsages, prayer book/Bible bouquets, wrist corsages, flower girl baskets, floral hair pieces, posies, cake toppers, and pew decorating.
  • They want to know how to create specific types of bouquets such as a hand-tied bouquet, tussie-mussie, cascading bouquet, nosegay, candy bouquet, round bouquet, crescent bouquet, biedermeir, and an arm bouquet.


If you would like to ....
  • cut your wedding flower costs in half or more
  • design your own wedding flowers so they look professionally done
  • give your wedding your own personal touch and make it one to remember
  • choose the exact flowers you want so you know you'll get the colors you want
  • create your wedding flowers exactly how you have a picture of them in your mind (without having to trust someone else's interpretation of your idea)
  • help out family and friends on their special occasions
  • make up other flower creations for other occasions in your life such as special birthdays, anniversaries, graduations, etc.
  • work together with weding planners to design flowers for other brides to earn extra income
then you have come to the right place.



Now you can learn how to make your own wedding flowers with the clearest step by step directions for beginners on the internet.



Are you like many of the budget minded brides that I talk to who want to learn how to make bridal bouquets but are afraid to take the plunge?  Are you afraid that you won't be able to arrange your wedding flowers so they look professionally done?

With thorough, clear, step by step instructions (with pictures for every step) that won't be a problem.

There are so many websites that show you how to make bridal bouquets, how to make boutonnieres, how to make wrist corages, etc., but they all skip some steps or assume you have some knowledge of
  • how to wire or tape flowers properly, 
  • how to treat your flowers properly (so they are not all limp the morning of your special day),
  •  what flowers are available when, 
  • what angle to insert the flowers.

So, if you are completely new to wedding floral design, you need to know all the basics.  You want a thorough understanding of the whole process from start to finish before you begin.

You don't want to wake up the morning of your wedding and find that all your flowers have gone limp or crooked, or pointing in the wrong direction.


Learn Basic Floristry Techniques to Make Your 

Own Wedding Flowers


Hi, my name is Nadine Visscher and I have been arranging flowers for over 15 years.  I married a commercial cut flower grower so I naturally had to learn how to arrange flowers.  I always had cut flowers available to me, so I wanted to learn how to arrange them so they would look attractive.  I didn't want to just drop them into a vase and change their water every couple of days  -  I wanted to lean how to arrange them beautifully, just like you see in books and magazines.

I signed up for a beginner course at the college and took the plunge.  At first it was difficult for me - my first arrangement took me over 2 hours to make!  You see, I'm a perfectionist and wanted it to be absolutely perfect.  Not a flower out of place, not a leaf out of line.  When I took a look at my arrangement after the first hour, it looked so stiff, so formal, so rigid, that it was unattractive.  You could see my tension in the flowers.

It was time to relax, back off, and allow my creativity to soften it.  Once I relaxed, I really enjoyed it and it started to be fun.  After the second hour of my first class, I was pleased with the results.

The second class I went to was an entirely different project with different flowers, but I wasn't as worried as I was at my first class.  The second time around I was more confident and therefore had more fun doing it.  Also, because I was working with inexpensive flowers, I wasn't worried about blowing my budget and making a complete mess with very expensive flowers such as orchids or lilies.

Afler completing the beginner's course, I took other courses on floral design.  The one I enjoyed the most was the course on how to make bridal bouquets and other wedding flowers.  This is because it taught me the skills to make corsages and boutonnieres at the drop of the hat whenever they were needed.  I also started designing flowers for weddings for people who knew that I took the course.

I would show them the different styles of bouquets they could choose from and we would discuss what types of flowers they could use (which flowers were available during that season).  Then we would need to make a count of how many corsages and boutonnieres were needed, etc.  There were a lot of things to keep track of and a lot of decisions to be made, but it was a lot of fun.

It gave me a real sense of accomplishment whenever I looked at the finished product.


I have put together an ebook that has everything in it that you need to create beautiful "do it yourself" wedding flowers, with the beginner in mind.



Here is how The Beginner's Guide to Wedding Flowers has helped other people -

Wow!  I am very happy I discovered your ebook on preparing the flowers for my daughter's wedding.  With the economy crunch, it's great to find a way to save a significant amount, when it seems all the costs are spiraling beyond our budget.  I was especially excited to see directions for the hand-tied bouquets and the wrist corsages with the pins giving the finished effect.  These will be perfect for showcasing my daughter's taste for the exotic calla lilies.  Thank you so much!

Jennifer Lindstrom





If you're looking for the beginner's guide for designing your own wedding flowers you will need...

   Clearly laid out, detailed, step by step directions
  • You will fully understand how to perform each step you need to make
   Pictures to help explain the steps
  • You can see picture by picture exactly how to put together each type of bouquet or corsage step by step
   No prior experience
  • Anyone can arrange flowers when shown how to do it.  Even if you've never arranged flowers in a vase before, you'll be able to arrange basic projects the day you finish reading this ebook.
   Twelve types of bouquets
  • You will be able to arrange almost any basic bouquet style
   Very affordable price
  • Since a lady's corsage and a boutonniere from the florist costs just as much, if not more than this ebook, The Beginner's Guide pays for itself many times over through the savings of the first bouquet you design
   Insider's tips for a classy, professional bouquet
  • You will learn the tips and finishing touches that turn an average and plain looking bouquet into a stunning one
   Description of the tools needed to get the job done right
  • You will know exactly what you will need - to do an outstanding job
   Variations of the bridal bouqet that are suitable for bridesmaids
  • You will be able to create bouquets for your bridesmaids that will mirror or compliment your own bouquet
   Lessons for flowers in hair
  • You will be able to design floral hair combs and wreaths for either your flower girls or bridesmaids to add that extra touch
   Directions for corsages and boutonnieres
  • You will be able to create coordinating corsages and boutonnieres for the special people at your wedding
   Wiring technqiues
  • You will be able to wire delicate flowers and foliage so that you can get them to lie at the right angle and stay where you want them
   Bows for wedding flowers
  • You will be able to create bows to soften and finish off corsages, bouquets, boutonnieres and arrangements
   Flower and foliage preparation
  • You will be able to prepare your flowers and foliage for the arrangements so they will be able to stand up and look their best for the entire event.


Inside The Beginner's Guide to Wedding Flowers ebook you are 

about to discover exactly how to

                    * make a single stem bouquet  ..............................................p. 18
                    * create a nosegay  .................................................................p. 22
                    * arrange a posy  .....................................................................p. 26
                    * design a hand-tied bouquet  ................................................p. 28
                    * produce a beidermeir  ..........................................................p. 30
                    * prepare an arm bouquet  ......................................................p. 33
                    * make a cascade bouquet  ....................................................p. 38
                    * create a round bouquet  ........................................................p. 47
                    * arrange a crescent bouquet  ................................................p. 55
                    * design a pomander  ..............................................................p. 64
                    * produce a composite bouquet  ............................................p. 71
                    * prepare a haircomb  .............................................................p. 112
                    * make a hairband  ..................................................................p. 114
                    * create a halo  .........................................................................p. 117
                    * arrange a flowergirl basket bouquet  ...................................p. 120
                    * design a boutonniere  .............................................................p. 97
                    * produce a corsage  ...............................................................p. 101
                    * prepare a wrist corsage  ......................................................p. 106
                    * make a ring of love  ..............................................................p. 149
                    * create a basquette  ...............................................................p. 155



Hi Nadine

I just wanted to let you know how much I enjoyed reading your book, The Beginner’s Guide To Wedding Flowers.

It’s an absolute must for anyone who wants to know how to make their ownwedding bouquets.

I love the step by step color illustrated instructions for making stunning
wedding bouquets - I think the “ring of love” bouquet is my favorite.

Your ideas - I especially loved the ones with pearls and corsages - and your ideas for hair accessories, flower girls and halo photos are
excellent.

Combine all that with step by step instructions and a unique take on how to make designs your own means that any bride to be will be extremely happy with your book and I recommend it to everyone involved with wedding flower arrangements.

Susan Jones
www.WeddingInsiderSecrets.com



Here are some pictures of some of the wedding flowers you will learn how to create -

wedding flowers       wedding flowers

                                          Beidermeier Bouquet                                                                            Arm Bouquet


wedding flowers     wedding flowers

                                             Cascade Bouquet                                                      Hair Comb


corsage    wedding bouquet

                                                                     Corsage                                                       Crescent Bouquet

According to statistics from The Wedding Report, the average wedding in America has a price tag of just over $2,000.00.  Let's look at how the money was spent.

            Boutonnieres/Corsages     $169.00

            Bridal Bouquet                  $146.00

            Bridesmaid Bouquets        $232.00

            Ceremony Flowers            $428.00

            Flower Girl Flowers            $48.00

            Reception Flowers             $1,010.00

                                                    $2,033.00

These are average florist prices for - 

                              bridal bouquet    $150.00 - $200.00

                              bridesmaid's bouquet    $50.00 - $75.00

                              rose boutonniere    $10.00

                              fancy corsage    $20.00

                              wrist corsage    $25.00


So if you would get your wedding done by a florist and you choose very cheap flowers and you need -

                                                1 bridal bouquet    $150.00

                                                2 bridesmaid's bouquets    2  x  $50.00

                                                5 boutonnieres     5  x  $10.00

                                                2 fancy corsages    2  x  $20.00

                                                The cost will be              $340.00 

This low estimate is for a very bare bones wedding.  It doesn't include boutonnieres for the pastor and the ushers, flowers for a flower girl or ringbearer, the guest book, a cake topper, the guestbook table, or even cheap bud vases or arrangements for the tables.  This estimate includes only the absolute essentials.

You could make your own bridal bouquet for $35.00 - $40.00 and your bridesmaid bouquets for even less than that ($25.00 - $30.00).  Boutonnieres by no means will cost you $10.00 to make.  Depending on the flowers you choose, you should be able to make them for under $3.00 each.  A fancy corsage should cost you no more than $5.00 - $7.00 to make.  Now let's look at our example of a wedding using the "do it yourself" prices -

                                                1 bridal bouquet    $40.00

                                                2 bridesmaid's bouquets    2  x  $30.00

                                                5 boutonnieres     5  x  $3.00

                                                2 fancy corsages    2  x  $7.00

                                                The cost will be              $129.00  

That cuts your cost to less than half!

So for the price of a "florist boutonniere" and a fancy "florist corsage" ($29.95) you can purchase The Beginner's Guide to Wedding Flowers and slash your wedding flower bill by more than half!





When you purchase The Beginner's Guide to Wedding Flowers you will 

recieve the following MUST HAVE bonus


Buying and Caring for Your Own Wedding Flowers, Your Wedding Flower Information Manual.  This ebook includes information on

What to Look for When Buying Your Flowers ...............................................................p. 4

Special Treatments That Are Needed for Popular Wedding Flowers .......................p. 7

Flower Availability, Relative Cost, Fragrance Information and Flower Colors ..........p. 9

Flower Color Lists ...........................................................................................................p. 13

Reference Pictures .........................................................................................................p. 15

                                     Reviving Flowers .............................................................................................................p. 22

                                     Your Flower Schedule Before Your Wedding ..............................................................p. 23

                                     Your Flower Arranging Helpers .....................................................................................p. 26

                                     After the Flowers Are Arranged ....................................................................................p. 27

                                     Flower Planning Worksheets ........................................................................................p. 28



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