How to make a hand-tied calla lily bouquet for your wedding -DIY Wedding Flowers

by DIY wedding planner on February 18, 2012

Pacific Callas shows you how to make an elegant hand-tied bouquet using calla lilies with this wedding flower arrangement tutorial. This is a classy calla lily wedding bouquet for a bride or a bridesmaid. Watch how you can make this hand tied calla lily bouquet in no time for your own wedding.

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callaliliesflowers February 18, 2012 at 5:32 am

@tesleigh no, not needed, you should arrange the flowers AFTER they are hydrated (in other words: Let them drink and perk up for? a day or so as they are always a bit thirsty upon arrival). After arranging your hydrated calla lilies, just place the bouquet back into 2-3″ of water only, so they can continue to drink towards the wedding. If you store the callas at a cool temperature while drinking, mini calla lilies can easily last up to 2-3 weeks!


tesleigh February 18, 2012 at 5:57 am

When you initially cut the Calla Lilly, you dipped it? in a hydrating solution. Later, once bundled together, you cut the whole budle so it was at a certain level just like the other’s that you made for the other bridesmaids. Once you cut the budle again, do you need to re-dip in the hydrating solution? Please get back as soon as possible. Your video is great. Thank you!


callaliliesflowers February 18, 2012 at 6:46 am

@Norex25 You? can give callas a straight regular cut. Roses you should cut at an angle.


Norex25 February 18, 2012 at 7:13 am

Is it true that you have to cut the flowers at an? angle?


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