Post # 1
Well, When I got my bouquet set in about 4 months ago, I forgot to ask for 3 grandmothers corsages, a ring bearer bout, 2 ushers bouts and a toss bouquet. So I went out and bought some floral tape, white roses, blue jasmin spray, and a few blue rose buds (of which are not added to my bouquets I bought earlier; but they match SO well!) I just didn’t know how to add brown to them, except for the toss bouquet (the handle) and the corsages.
The first picture is of my bouquet that was made for me. I have the others labeled as to what they are. Except for the last two pictures. They are of the Toss Bouquet.
Tell me what you think? :D:D I’m acutally kinda proud of them!
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Post # 3
They’e so pretty and all the flowers look real.
Where did you order your original bouquet from?
Post # 4
I ordered it from a woman in North Carolina, through Ebay. She makes bouquets & the flower sets, and sales them on there. She also does custom orders too. I love all of my flowers.
Post # 5
Good job!!! I am also doing all of mine myself , haha and the wedding is 2 years off, oh well keeps me occupied , I already made my boquet and my maid of honour boquet(no bridesmaids, ) i will make hubbies boutiniere and the best mans eventually
Post # 6
We’re the bouts hard to make? I’ve been contemplating doing this, but am nervous as I’m not very crafty!
Post # 7
Awesome! They match your bouq perfectly!
Post # 8
Very pretty. I especially love the bridal bouquet.
Post # 9
Very nice arrangements; I think you captured the tone of the boquet the professionals made perfectly. If I can make just one suggestion, it would be to make sure to snip off the little frays and strings you can see on the bouts in the pictures.
Post # 10
Thank you for all the compliments, girls! 😀 😀
<span style=”text-decoration: underline;”>SanDiegoAli, They weren’t that hard to make. I just held mine real tight when I made them. I can be a bit “all thumbs” sometimes. LOL!
<span style=”text-decoration: underline;”>Noelle-a-Belle, that’s exactly what I’m going to do. I just kinda threw them together, then snapped pictures of them.
Post # 11
- Wedding: January 2010 - Mr. P's GrandparentsÃ¢Â€Â™ Ranch
Amazing job! they loo awesome 🙂
Post # 12
I just wish that I could have found some brown roses, or hydrangas or something that would match. lol
Post # 13
- Wedding: May 2010 - Carlouel Yacht Club
Wow – great job on DIY!!!