Post # 1
well I finally finished the bridal boquet, seven bridesmaids boquets, 8 odd button hole thingys + one for my little guy. I am very happy with how they turned out! all in all they cost me about $50 to make, and lots of burned fingers.
I still have plenty of burlap left over to make table centrepeices, and extra decorations. 🙂 anyway here are the pics 🙂
bridesmaids boquets in various stages of completion
button hole thingys
Post # 2
That’s a lot of work! They are called boutonnieres.
Post # 3
- Wedding: December 2014 - Columbia, SC
wifey2be: I have to admit, when you posted the beginnings a while back I was wondering. These look pretty good though.
Post # 4
- Wedding: September 2014 - Stevens Estate
wifey2be: Those look really nice. I know DIY can go one of two ways: comes out great or looks disastrous. But you really pulled these off. Great job!
Post # 6
julies1949: lol thanks! i had a total mind blank!
Tanleggedjuliet: thanks.. im happy with them 🙂
DaniDev143: thankyou! yes i know what you mean! i know they arent everyones cup of tea, but im really happy with how they turned out.. i love how rustic they look
Chaedra: thankyou! i was worried how they would have turned out, but Im glad i took the risk 🙂
Post # 7
Absolutely gorgeous!! You should be so proud of yourself! They’re called boutonneires, but here in Australia they’re also called Button Holes. :o)