Homemade Edible Bouquet
Megan Mayer 2/26/2016
For an original and beautiful gift, look no further. This creation is sure to delight whoever receives it with its lovely look and delicious taste. Rebecca from Pins and Things shows how to make a DIY edible bouquet.
She begins by listing all the tools, fruits, and other food she uses. Then she takes the floral foam to build a sturdy base for this bouquet, covering it with foil. Taking the pineapple, she cuts it into thin slices so she can push her cookie cutter through it. She cores the centers, making it look even more flower-like when she adds a blueberry.
She follows a similar routine with the watermelon. She creates sticks of grapes and melon balls as well. With the candy melts she covers the strawberries, and as a finishing touch she puts the leafy greens at the bottoms. As she says, it's very easy, just a matter of putting it all together. The fruit bouquet is colorful, impressive, and ready to be eaten by whoever it is for.