Question by  MD22 (9)

How can you arrange hydrangea in a bridal bouquet?


Answer by  NattyD (12)

Hydrangea are beautiful, full blooms that can be arranged simply and without great cost. Since the individual stems themselves are so full, only a few are needed to make a lovely bouquet. Simply gather six to ten stems of hydrangea in a rubberband and wrap with ribbon. Voila!


Answer by  LadyofMasonManor (91)

You can have a bunch tied together, wrapping stems in ribbon or leaving them natural. Another way is to use another flower to stick out slightly further to accent.


Answer by  Abby57 (329)

First, choose the colors that you like. Hydrangeas are available in white, blue, pink, purple and "blends." You can tie the hydrangeas in bundles for a bouquet. You can also make them an accent flower.


Answer by  vpdeb (102)

hydrangea bouquets are very easy. Get 6-10 stems and simply bind together with an appropriate color ribbon. You can vary colors within the bouquet,keep the light ones in the center.


Answer by  AKMGabriel (241)

Hydrangea can be a bridal bouquet all by itself, however simple. To dress it up doing 3 or five bunches together with any color rose between, such as pink or yellow, or white Callas in small numbers can be elegant too.


Answer by  decomom (923)

Hydrangea can either be arranged into a traditional round shaped bouquet with short stems and surrounded by greenery and baby's breath. A lovely elegant idea is to leave the stems long and hand tie the bouquet with a lovely ribbon.


Answer by  jackson36 (148)

In a bridal bouquet, I would arrange several hydrangeas tightly in one short bunch. I would bind them with wire and tie a ribbon around the wire.

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