Post # 1
I’m thinking about using these for our centre pieces. I’m thinking of going for a light rose pink and a cream colour.
Anyone else use these in their wedding? How time consuming are they? Did people like or think they were tacky?
I would LOVE to see pictures if anyone has some!
Post # 3
Heres a link to a coffee filter broach project that might help
How-to: Make a Coffee Filter Broach
Post # 4
There was a bee (can’t remember her name) who made those for her wedding. Based on the photos she posted, they looked great!
Post # 5
I was going to use them for my bouquets and i started to make them. They are very beautiful but they are very time consuming and hard to make look great and if you are anything like me you will want them all to look perfect so i would suggest that if you are going to make them to make all of them yourself because after the first 20 or so it gets boreing (my bridesmaids refused to make any more and ad offered to pay to get real flowers). so if you have the time and you have the patients to do it then go for it. BTW i baught all the materials to do it and it cost me about $10 in total so it is a great money saver.
I hope this helps [attachment=1397405,177666]I sprayed this one gold [attachment=1397405,177667]