How to Wrap a Bouquet of Flowers
It's always best to wrap a hand-tied bouquet before you give it to someone as a gift. The wrapping paper helps to protect delicate petals in transit, and a well-wrapped bouquet makes a much more pleasing present.
- Excerpted from Fresh Flower Arranging
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Attach the Ribbon
To attach a ribbon around the base of the cone, you may need to pinch the folded paper together slightly first. Then wrap the ribbon twice around the stems at the base of the paper and secure the ends in a large bow. To keep the bow from looking lopsided, bring the loops up as you tie them.
Excerpted from Fresh Flower Arranging
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