DIY | DRIED FLOWER BOUQUET

If you're like me, it's just not realistic to have fresh flowers in my home each week... no matter how much I would absolutely love it! So instead, I use dried flowers. Dried flowers require absolutely no maintenance and really add a pop of color to any room in your home.





















To make my bouquet, I ordered 3 different types of dried flowers from Afloral. I cannot recommend Afloral enough (this post is not sponsored). The package arrived quickly and I was pleasantly surprised at the amount of flowers I received. I ordered the Mauve Pink Dried Phalaris Grass, Dried Floral Buttons in Beige, and the Bleached Triticum Wheat. I was shocked at how tall and full the Tricicum Wheat was, I definitely recommend adding this flower to add height and dimension to your bouquet. Lastly, I picked up a bundle of Eucalyptus from Trader Joe's to add in a little greenery. Altogether, the flowers cost around $50 and will last for years (much more appealing for my on-the-go lifestyle).


Eucalyptus


Dried Floral Buttons in Beige


Bleached Triticum Wheat


Mauve Pink Dried Phalaris Grass


Get creative, mix with fresh flowers to create different aesthetics. You really can't go wrong! As always, don't forget to tag @shop.annielou and share your creations!

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