An easy and creative DIY project for a late spring early summer wedding – a bouquet made from garden herbs. My vegetable garden is still growing, but I was inspired by the abundance of vibrant green herbs that are plentiful at the moment to create a herb bouquet.
To create this bouquet you could use whatever herbs – including and I would recommend flowering herbs – you have available. Herbs are so easy to grow and have the added bonus of smelling divine – what better way to walk down the aisle than with a bouquet of herbs gently wafting their aromatic scent around you.
For this small bouquet I used: golden marjoram, mint, rosemary, fennel fronds, flat leaf parsley, and chive flowers. There are so many shades of green in this modest bunch of herbs, and with the added pop of the purple chive flowers it has a rustic simple elegance.
To fasten the bunch securely, first wrap an elastic band around the stems and then tie with pretty coloured raffia – I used purple to complement the chive flowers.