DIY dried flower bouquet
Make your own bouquet from dried flower stems such as delphiniums, dried oats, and daisy-like white acroclinium or similar white rhodanthus flowers.
How to make a dried flower bouquet
I used one bunch each of the flowers listed above, except the acroclinium, which only required 12-15 stems. As well as the flowers, you will need some ribbon, an elastic band, secateurs and sharp scissors for this DIY project.
Make a DIY hand-tied bouquet
Build up the arrangement as shown below then tie with ribbon or twine.
Display the dried flowers as a gift or in a vase
Make a floral posy with the trimmings
Read more about making dried flower bouquets
Buy dried flower bunches
These dried flower bunches are available to buy in our shop. Pink delphinium bunch – this dried flower bunch is available most of the year (white delphinium bunch available seasonally). White rhodanthus dried flower bunch or similar white acroclinium dried flower bunch. Dried oats bunch – we can usually supply this dried grass year round. For our full list – see our Daisy Gifts Ltd dried flower bunch department in the shop.