DIY Tutorial: How to Make a Super Stylish Flower Chandelier

This afternoon on the blog we are all about the flowers: Flower chandeliers to be more exact! Over the last few years these amazing flower installations have become very popular in the wedding world. Personally I am a sucker for them, I absolutely LOVE to see these adorning any wedding reception ceiling, high or low, big or small – I love them all. Today, Pro Flowers, the same people who brought you this amazing DIY Balloon Arch have put together a fabulous video to help you put together your own flower chandelier. If you are looking for inspiration they have also given us some fab ideas to help find the design that suits you and your wedding style.


Flowers are a staple decor element for all of life’s greatest celebrations. Between breathtaking centerpieces and fresh bridal bouquets, florals are yet another way to make your wedding day one-of-a-kind. One wedding trend we’re obsessing over lately is a DIY flower chandelier. With an effortless look and statement-making design, this is one of those decor pieces your guests won’t be able to take their eyes off of.

This do-it-yourself project may seem daunting at first, but don’t let the impressive design discourage you from creating your own. Flower chandeliers are surprisingly simple. Plus, if you love the idea of creating something unique for your big day then this DIY project has your name written all over it.

To help you get started, ProFlowers  created a step-by-step flower chandelier tutorial to walk you through the process, they sell a great selection of flowers as do SnapBlooms. Take a peek at the video below and don’t forget to check out the chandelier inspiration too. From rustic and refined to whimsical and homespun, you’ll be sure to find the right style for you.

Big Thanks to Pro Flowers for this fab Step by step video, if you want to see the whole thing in pictures you can see it HERE 

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