Post # 1
Was in a crafty mood yesterday and decided to put together my brooch bouquet (still about a year before the wedding but sometimes I get in a mood and need a project!).
I’m pretty happy with it but unfortunately the lovely glass flowers that I got don’t photograph well and it looks like there are bigger white spaces than there actually are. Not sure how I would fix that (as I really do like the glass flowers) or if it looks ok as-is.
Any input would be fantastic!
Post # 3
It’s beautiful! You have done a phenomenal job!
Post # 4
Gorgeous!! I think it’s perfect!
Post # 5
Umm that is seriously gorgeous!!! I’m so jealous of Bees like you that can just whip up something that stunning!!
Post # 7
I LOVE it! I had a “bling” bouquet, so I love any unusual or fun bouquet! Great job.
Post # 8
You guys are so sweet!! Thank you so much! One of my favorite parts (which you don’t see in the picture) is that I used a silver glitter paint on the bouquet collar so it has a little bling underneath. I had glitter all over my arms yesterday haha
Post # 10
Beautiful! Looks perfect as is!
Jealous of your MAD SKILLS!
Post # 11
It looks amazing! Well done!
Post # 12
Wow! That looks great! I would def keep it as is…it photographs really well
Post # 13
It’s STUNNING!!! I love that you have flowers in the bouquet as well. You did a great job. How heavy is it? I’m sure you’re not going to use this one for the bouquet toss. You’d knock someone out!!!
Even though I loved my fresh bouquet it would be nice to have something like your’s for forever.
Post # 16
@Ill Be Mrs B: I would guess its about 3-4 pounds? Definitely don’t wanna knock anyone out with it!! Although that would keep things interesting! I plan to have a small bouquet to throw, maybe I’ll incorporate a single brooch somewhere on that one, just to keep things cohesive.