How to Wrap Flowers (with Pictures)

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This article was co-authored by Pilar Zuniga and by wikiHow staff writer, Jessica Gibson. Pilar Zuniga is a Floral Designer and the Owner of Gorgeous and Green, a floral design studio and Certified Green Business based in Oakland, California. Pilar has over ten years of experience in floral design. With a focus on being earth-friendly and supporting local growers, Gorgeous and Green has been featured in Energy Upgrade California, Molly My, Apartment Therapy, 100 Layer Cake, Design Sponge, and Trendy Bride. Her studio provides floral arrangements and gift basket, event and wedding design, and she teaches workshops on flower design and sustainability in her industry. Pilar received a BA in Anthropology from the University of California, Berkeley in 2001. This article has been viewed 343,193 times.

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If you want to wrap flowers in paper while leaving the stems exposed, put an elastic band around the stems to hold the flowers together before placing them on your paper. Fold the side of the paper nearest to you about halfway up, then fold one side of the paper over the flowers so it reaches the other side. To finish, roll the bouquet until all of the paper is wrapped. For tips on how to wrap flowers with a ribbon and how to cover the stems, read on!

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