Notebook: magazine is an Australian favourite for anyone who loves entertaining and decorating. It’s got a homey, happy feeling that speaks to most Australian women. They have a great website which is full of resources on decorating, DIY projects and how-to’s. This is one from the Notebook: Magazine site I really found useful for weddings. How to make a floral buttonhole for a wedding, Christening, formal or other really special occasion for the special men in our lives.
What you will need
- White roses;
- Ice plant (Sedum);
- Camellia foliage;
- Parafilm (a green floral tape that adheres to itself when stretched);
- Floral wire;
- Green ribbon, white ribbon, pearl head pins (from floral supplies stores).
Want to know what you need to do in a lead up to a big day?
Photography: Scott Hawkins. Styling: Jada Bennett
Wire each piece of foliage separately. We used camellia leaves. Cover with parafilm.
Wire each rose and each piece of ice plane (Sedum). Cover with parafilm.
Add each leaf and flower to form a balanced arrangement, applying parafilm after each addition. Cover ends in ribbon. (main image)