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I’m finally getting around to posting pictures showing how I made my bouquets and boutonnieres.
I used irridescent glass ornaments, copper wire, leather, various metal gears and feathers. They were a lot of work but a lot of fun as well! One of my photogs said they were one of the best he’s seen and the other said I should set up an Etsy shop. Considering that as Disney photographers they do thousands of weddings, it felt pretty good to hear that…especially since I wanted to them across the room in frustration at times! lol
For some reason the pictures all loaded sideways and can’t turn them on my phone…sorry!
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They look great! So creative!
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I wish I was this creative! These are amazing!!!
Post # 10
Thank you so much! 🙂
The colour in the photos is a little off…there is a really bright/deep purple and beautiful bright teal but for some reason it’s a little washed out.
Post # 11
@Luayne: This is officially one of the coolest things I have seen on the bee!
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@Luayne: These are amazing. A friend recently had a steampunk themed birthday party and I spent quite a bit of time stalking steampunk accessories on etsy, and those really are nicer than 90% of what’s out there.
Post # 13
So I want to be honest with you, I opened this thinking riiiiight.
HOLY CRAP those are amazing!!!!!!
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- Wedding: July 2012 - Baltimore Museum of Industry
Did you post your dress yet? Just went back and looked at your invites- I saw the dress original, but want to see the final, please! 🙂
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@Bubblesmcgee: It IS hard to find really nice steampunk stuff that doesn’t cost a fortune. I can’t say these were cheap to make but price compared to how they turned out was great!
@PoppyH: I open stuff thinking that too sometimes. It’s hard not to. Glad you like them!
@rebwana: I haven’t done a recap or posted any final pictures yet because I’m waiting (impatiently) on hearing back about their blog. Once I have a yes or no then I’ll be posting! 🙂
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Those are really awesome!