With the average cost of professional wedding flower arrangements running between $500-1200, it's no wonder that more and more brides are turning to do-it-yourself wedding flowers.
Wedding Flowers-DIY is a Web-based company that provides brides-to-be with the training necessary to make beautiful, creative, and lasting wedding flower arrangements. They offer step-by-step tutorials with photographs and easy to follow instructions for dozens of traditional and trendy wedding flowers arrangements, from the bridal bouquet and wedding party flowers to the altar arrangements and table centerpieces.
Certified Master Florist and experienced professional wedding florist Jo Lind shares tips and tricks learned through years of designing wedding flowers. After creating wedding flower arrangements for five family weddings in eight months on a shoestring budget, Jo Lind had learned a lot about do-it-yourself wedding flowers.
She reinforced her hard-won knowledge with floral arrangement classes, finally becoming a certified Master Florist and training under some of Oklahoma's top floral designers. In the last few years, Lind has created beautiful floral arrangements for hundreds of large and small weddings, and visited dozens of bridal fairs to keep up with current trends. Wedding Flowers-DIY takes her experience and knowledge and makes it easily accessible to brides-to-be working on their own shoestring budgets.
Her step-by-step tutorials include:
o How to keep bouquets, corsages, and boutonnieres from wilting before the wedding
o Tips for choosing the color, style, and kind of flowers for each arrangement
o How to transport and store wedding flowers
o Dressing up basic wedding flower arrangements
o Tips for floral accents on wedding cakds