Create your own wedding florals with Bloominous

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Crafty ladies, you’re gonna love this. Allow us to introduce you to Bloominous. Bloominous is a company whose goal is to make DIY floral arranging easy. They have a ton of cute kits you can choose from, with flowers to fit your wedding style and colors. They send you prepped, cut-to-order flowers, plus instructions and everything else you need to make your own bouquet, centerpiece, or boutonniere.

Bloominous | Photo by Scott Clark Photo | Read more - http://www.100layercake.com/blog/?p=73771

Bloominous | Photo by Scott Clark Photo | Read more - http://www.100layercake.com/blog/?p=73771

We tried out the Bloominous Party Pop collection, full of pretty coral and pink blooms. It’s elegant with a good dose of sass—perfect for the modern, color-loving gal. One of the other great things about Bloominous is that they are launching their online Flower Market later this month, where you can also order a la carte blooms to personalize your arrangements a little further. We added peonies to our Party Pop arrangements, since we’d be downright silly not to take advantage of peony season!

Bloominous | Photo by Scott Clark Photo | Read more - http://www.100layercake.com/blog/?p=73771

First, we used Bloominous’ easy-to-follow video to make the basic centerpiece from the kit…

Bloominous | Photo by Scott Clark Photo | Read more - http://www.100layercake.com/blog/?p=73771

Bloominous | Photo by Scott Clark Photo | Read more - http://www.100layercake.com/blog/?p=73771

Bloominous | Photo by Scott Clark Photo | Read more - http://www.100layercake.com/blog/?p=73771

Bloominous | Photo by Scott Clark Photo | Read more - http://www.100layercake.com/blog/?p=73771

Bloominous | Photo by Scott Clark Photo | Read more - http://www.100layercake.com/blog/?p=73771

Bloominous | Photo by Scott Clark Photo | Read more - http://www.100layercake.com/blog/?p=73771

Bloominous | Photo by Scott Clark Photo | Read more - http://www.100layercake.com/blog/?p=73771

Then, because we like to think out of the box and know some of you guys do too, we used the Party Pop florals to make a floral chandelier.

All you need is…
– wire floral wreath frame
– floral tape
– string or ribbon of your choice.

Super easy!

Bloominous | Photo by Scott Clark Photo | Read more - http://www.100layercake.com/blog/?p=73771

Bloominous | Photo by Scott Clark Photo | Read more - http://www.100layercake.com/blog/?p=73771

Bloominous | Photo by Scott Clark Photo | Read more - http://www.100layercake.com/blog/?p=73771

Best part is, brides are able to save anywhere from 30% to 50% off their original floral budget using Bloominous. Sweet! Try out Bloominous yourself with 30% off and free shipping on all DIY trial kits (use the code TRIAL30) for a limited time only.

And be sure to check out the Bloominous blog for more planning, DIY, and design inspo.

Photos: Scott Clark Photo / Styling & Design: 100 Layer Cake / Florals: Bloominous /  Plates, Napkins, Dinnerware, & Candelabra: West Elm

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Shayne on Jun 11, 2014

Stunning selection of flowers! Thanks for the top tips, I am DIY ing the flowers for our wedding later this year and have been searching for lots of inspiration. Your flower chandelier is divine. Cheers, Shayne :)

Jillian on Apr 3, 2015

hi! Do you have more step by step instructions on how you made this floral chandelier? And also, which kit gave you enough flowers to create this?

Mary Jane on Oct 9, 2015

Who says you can’t do your own flowers? With Bloominous, I was able to do just that. I had a small wedding in a chapel garden outside of my hometown, Dallas, and it was everything I imagined as a little girl. Being the country girl that I am, I was unsurprisingly drawn to the Bloominous Country Charm collection. Although I loved the aesthetic, I did want some alterations made so I called up Bloominous and I was pleasantly surprised by how accommodating they were. My flowers arrived overnight in perfect condition, and with all the accessories promised. I’m not as crafty as I would like, but I still had smooth experience putting them together with my bridesmaids. We put on some music and spent the afternoon bonding over the flowers for my big day. It really wasn’t as daunting as it might look. You open the package, read the instructions, and piece the bouquet together like a puzzle. Simple. They came out marvelously when were done, and I couldn’t have asked for better flowers. Thank you Bloominous! :)

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