By arranging 40 to 50 small purple or lavender calla lilies, accented by galax leaves, you can make stunning wedding bouquets that last a long time. Learn how to make a hit with calla lilies in this free video on flower arrangements.
Hello, my name is David Z., from David Z. Designs, and I'm going to show you how to create a wedding bouquet with calla lilies. What we have here are mini calla lilies. They are in purple/lavender color. We just start grabbing the calla lilies as they come from the bunch, start putting them next to each other like so. You can go wild with this. I mean I like to I go the round route, these are going to kind of come down like so, like waterfall I would say. I will start adding more calla lilies on top. Let's take a look at this. Now we're just going to add some more in the bottom. For this arrangement for this bouquet you would need about 40 to 50 stems of calla lilies. They're really small and tiny and absolutely beautiful and they would last you a very long time. You don't need much water for calla lilies, something with tulips. So let's say if this is our bouquet which I like I will just add a couple more callas on top, cut the stems shorter and then what you can do is just add the galax leaves around your bouquet like so. We're losing them, right here and the galax will basically frame your bouquet, it's kind of different looking bridal bouquet. You can create the same exact thing, same exact bouquet in round. It will give you a completely different look but what I like about this you can hold it straight up like this, like that or basically if the bride will hold it down you have this look and this is one way of creating a bouquet with calla lilies.