make it yourself
Jennifer Howard | Cottage on Bunker Hill
You will need a couple of different flower-shaped cookie cutters to cut out the fruit.
Slice the watermelon straight through. Make sure the slices aren't as thick as the cookie cutter. (the cookie cutter will get stuck)
What to do:
This is how you will get slices with enough area to cut a flower shape.
Use 12" wooden skewers. You can add grapes or berries to the skewer to hide the wood. Then push the skewer into the bottom of the flower shape.
Use a toothpick through the center to secure a berry for the center of the flower. (cut off excess toothpick w/ scissors, be sure to remove before serving)
Instead of a berry center you could make small melon balls and secure with a toothpick.
Add a few chocolate covered strawberries to your bouquet. Skewer the strawberries and dip in melted chocolate.
After you have all your fruit skewers assembled you can arrange them in a vase or planter. I added floral foam to a planter and stuck in the skewers.