Fit for a Queen
by Paddi Clark
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Learn how to make myrtle, lilies and daffodils and create this crisp, green and white bouquet.
This beautiful white arrangement includes some traditional flowers that have been used in royal bouquets over the past years. Roses were Princess Diana’s favourite flower, the Duchess of Cambridge's favourite are said to be white lilies, and both flowers are in season in spring and summer. Finally, all royal wedding bouquets have included a sprig of myrtle to symbolise a happy marriage. As roses are often one of the first flowers that sugar florists learn to make, they are not covered in this project. However, there are many other useful resources which teach you how to make them, such as Sugar Flowers for Beginners by Paddi Clark.
What you'll learn
- Myrtle: Learn how to make white myrtle flowers, buds and leaves.
- Lily 'Royal Wedding': Find out how to make and assemble a cream-coloured lily.
- 'Paperwhite' Daffodil: Discover how to make and assemble small, white daffodils.
- Arrangement: Arrange the bouquet and secure with floral tape and ribbon.
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