Bouquet recipe: a warm gold wedding bouquet

Say yes to a bridal bouquet with dried flowers!

On the most beautiful day of your life, you want everything to be perfect. How special is it when the wedding venue reflects your style and the DJ or band only plays your favourite songs? You've probably dreamt a lot about what you want to look like on the big day. Will you wear glittering princess dress or a modern white pantsuit? You are going to shine no matter what. The flowers are the icing on the wedding cake, lifting your look to a higher level. And this bridal bouquet with dried flowers is truly one-of-a-kind. It will be an entrance that you will never forget!

Trouwboeketrecept: warmte en goud voor jullie dag
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you will need

  • Rose
  • Limonium
  • Lagurus Ovattus
  • Straw flower, Xerochrysum bracteatum
  • Avena
  • Coloured eucalyptus

how to make it

We recommend finding a florist whose work you like, as it can be tricky making your own wedding bouquet with no experience. Not all flowers are suitable for drying, and it's important that the bouquet is strong enough to last throughout the day. You will namely quite a few times squeezing the stems of the nerves. If you have found a florist to help you, it helps if you know exactly what you want. This can be done with the above list of ingredients and by showing sample photos of colours and shapes.


A wedding and flowers go hand in hand. A wedding bouquet, the decorations on the tables or a flower arch under which you say your vows. Flowers give your wedding just that extra bit of atmosphere and warmth. Check out our wedding bouquet recipe with the lucky chrysanthemum in the leading role or a combination of fresh and dried flowers. In our wedding dossier you will also find inspiration, DIYs and background information on the symbolism of typical wedding flowers. 


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