For instance, for those who prefer soft pastel shades, there are hydrangeas in pink and mauve color. If you prefer something elegant, plain white bouquets are your answer. For those of you looking for some bold colors, you can choose from a whole variety of colors, ranging from blue and violet to red and orange!
If you look at the current trend, arranging hydrangea with a variety of other flowers, such as roses, lilies, daisies, tulips, carnations, etc., is very popular. If you are planning to give your bridesmaids as well as flower girls hydrangea bouquets, too, distinguish between their and the bride's bouquet in some way.
To make a bouquet yourself, you need around five to six stems, fillers such as roses and lilies, some greenery like ivy and leaves, and rubber bands and fabric such as satin or lace or net. Start by cutting the stalks so that they are equal in length, and trim the greenery you are using, removing any damaged or unappealing parts.
Take the stems and hold them together by surrounding them with the greenery. Insert the fillers in between the flowers. Make necessary adjustments so that the it looks round and perfectly shaped.
After this, tie the stems together with rubber bands, so that the arrangement stays intact. In the end, take the fabric and wrap it around the stem as creatively as possible to add to the visual appeal.
Ideally, you should put in the order for the flowers not more than two days before the wedding. Usually, hydrangea lasts between four to seven days, depending upon the climate. If you find the bouquet wilting, here are some simple steps will make the flowers look alive and fresh again.