You don’t always have to spend big bucks on dinners and gifts to surprise your bae. Small things done with effort can make an impact too. And if your partner loves chocolates, a bouquet of chocolates is likely to get the job done. You can buy a bouquet of chocolates or get ready for some DIY as there are some solid ideas here.
If you prefer the latter, the effort may make your loved one’s smile broader. Creating a chocolate bouquet is nothing to panic about like an internet outage. You do not have to dial Spectrum 1800 number or the one given by the respective ISP. Just go through this brief blog and you can find ample ideas for your bouquets.
Silver and Golden Truffle Roses
If your boo is fond of chocolate truffles wrapped in silver or golden wrapping, you can create an elegant bouquet. You need sheets of colored paper, colored ribbons, scissors, a hot glue gun, and chocolates. It is one of the simplest bouquet designs that won’t take too long to create.
The DIY process involves creating multiple cones of paper. Keep the cones in their place with glue. Use green paper to draw leaves. Paste chocolate truffles and leaves on top of the open end of the cone. For the outer covering of the bouquet, take a square and put it diagonally upwards. Fold the three corners like a present and paste them with glue. Put your truffle roses inside the bouquet and tie a ribbon on the outside for decoration. Besides the time it takes to visit a store, the whole process won’t take longer than thirty minutes.
Bouquet of Chocolate Bars
Some people prefer bars of their favorite chocolates instead of truffles. So, this bouquet is for those people. You need small bamboo skewers, a piece of foam, a sheet of paper, ribbons, and a hot glue gun.
Assembling this bouquet is quite easy and it won’t take long. Paste the chocolate bars on your skewers. It is best to cover the pointy end pasted to the chocolate with a piece of paper. This way no one would get hurt by it. Wrap the paper around the foam and stick your skewers in the foam. Use glue to keep everything from wobbling. You can tie small decorative bows around all your chocolate bars and the bouquet.
Chocolate Bouquet in a Glass Jar
For this bouquet, you can use a glass jar to hold your chocolates. But instead of putting all your chocolates directly in it, you can use bamboo sticks and glue to hold the chocolates in a more eye-catching way. Also, you can decorate the glass jar with ribbons.
To make this bouquet, the first thing you need to get is an empty glass jar. Tie a ribbon around its neck and make a bow. Paste skewers on the back of your chocolate bars and put all of them inside your jar. Just do this and you are good to go.
Loaded Chocolate Bouquet
If you want to put in as many chocolates as possible, then this bouquet is the one for you. Get wrapped chocolate truffles, chocolate bars, bags of chocolate beans, and chocolate-coated peanuts. You can skip peanuts if your partner has a nut allergy. In addition to these chocolates, you will also need sheets of paper, ribbons, polystyrene, bamboo skewers, scissors, and a hot glue gun.
To assemble this bouquet, create a cone of polystyrene. This cone will support your skewers and keep your chocolates from wobbling. Wrap this cone in a present-like wrapping. Cut colored leaves out of your sheet of paper and paste them on your bamboo sticks. Paste your chocolate truffles on your DIY skewered leaves. Glue the bamboo sticks with chocolate bars as well. Arrange all these chocolates in the polystyrene cone of your bouquet. Be generous with the number of chocolates but sure they do not start falling off.
Use a hot glue gun to paste packs of chocolate beans and peanuts on the outside. Also, tie a ribbon to support these packs and keep them from falling. For people who love chocolates a lot, this bouquet is the one.
Chocolate Bouquet for Valentine’s Day
Valentine’s day is an occasion known for giving chocolates. Where most people will be exchanging boxes of chocolates, you can create a nice bouquet of them for your loved ones. Get different types of chocolates (bars and truffles), a small teddy bear, sheets of paper, a hot glue gun, and ribbons. It is up to you whether you want to erect chocolates using skewers and foam. Make sure you have space for a small teddy bear to go on your bouquet.
Use paper and glue to create a bouquet. Arrange your chocolates inside it along with a teddy bear. Chances are that your partner will like it more than a box and teddy bear separately.
You do not necessarily need to follow these ideas. You can create them as mentioned in this blog or you can get inspiration for your designs.