Gather all the herbs and wash them thoroughly. For sturdy varieties where petals or leaves won’t fall off, considering soaking fresh herbs and flowers in a salt bath for 30 minutes to remove any garden "friends." Remove herbs, and allow them to sit 1 hour, or until dry to the touch.
Trim all herbs so they are either the same length (for a blunt looking bouquet) or staggered, with tall stems in the back and shorter stems up front. Secure stems with twine or a twist-tie.
If giving the fresh herbs bouquet as a gift, wrap the stems however you choose. I’ve used rippled cardboard from an old mail package and then added twine, both to secure the bouquet as well as to add a rustic look. Herbs are less hardy then flowers and should be put in water as soon as possible (within 2-3 hours after cutting). Or, consider adding a small handle with twine for your friend to dry the herbs upside down in her kitchen. If using for home décor, simply drop the stems in a mason jar of water.