Mayesh Design Star: Hand-Tied Bouquet

Mayesh Design Star: Hand-tied Bouquet

 

For the month of May, Kaylee Young demonstrates how she designs her hand-tied bridal bouquet, featuring flowers from Holex, that has a flowing round shape, filled with interesting textures and beautiful color. Kaylee places flowers at different depths to add dimension then finishes the bouquet by cutting the stems very short and adding some gorgeous silk ribbon.

Featured flowers: lilac, Fritillaria persica, Fritillaria meleagris, Dutch ranunculus, sweet peas, Cappucino roses, spirea, butterfly ranunculus.

Bouquet recipe:

  • 8 Stems spirea
  • 4 stems ranunculus
  • 4 stems butterfly ranunculus
  • 5 Cappuccino roses
  • 2 stems Fritillaria persica
  • 5 stems white sweet pea
  • 3 stems little Fritillaria meleagris
  • 3 stems double white tulip
  • 5 stems of foraged foliage

Note: the Japanese spirea is not available now, but we do have spirea sourced from Oregon. Butterfly ranunculus also went out of season.

Host: Kaylee Young, Flourish by Kay
Flower Sponsor: Holex
Videographer: Logan Martin, Talewind Visuals
Photographer: Maria Lamb Photography
Model: Autumn Johnson

 

After watching the video, keep scrolling for all of the gorgeous pictures – perfect for pinning!

 

 

 


 

Mayesh Design Star: Hand-tied Bouquet

Mayesh Design Star: Hand-tied Bouquet

Mayesh Design Star: Hand-tied Bouquet

Mayesh Design Star: Hand-tied Bouquet

Mayesh Design Star: Hand-tied Bouquet

Mayesh Design Star: Hand-tied Bouquet

 

 

2 comments on “Mayesh Design Star: Hand-Tied Bouquet
  1. Hey these hand ties bouquets are so pretty and so attractive. The images are too good. It can attract anyone with its bright colors. Thanks for sharing it.
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  2. Kelly Stracener says:

    Thank you for the great tutorial! A friend has asked me to do her wedding flowers and I want her to love them!

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