(Closed) Brooch Bouquets

posted 6 years ago in Flowers
Post # 3
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2622 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

You can buy pins from jewelry shops (online or brick and morter) and super glue the pins on them

Post # 7
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Blushing bee

@cople1al:  I wouldn’t do that.  They need the support that the backings have.  I’m doing a brooch boquet too and I’ve been collecting my brooches for over a year now! I’m almost done and can’t wait to put it together.

Post # 11
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Newbee
  • Wedding: November 2012

@cople1al: 

Congrats on your upcoming wedding. I have been doing Brooch Bouquets for quite awhile now. I am a Wedding Planner and Florist. I do Brooch Bouquets, as well as Seashell and Fresh. Not much call for Silk but sometimes.  Now, your situation, actually I have purchased quite a few in Antique shops because they were beautiful and the backs (pins) were missing. Not a big deal….depending upon how you are putting it together. There are many ways to do it. Wiring is the best but I have wired, put a false base into the brooch and done it that way or in some cases you can hot glue depending upon where the brooch is going.

I wouldn’t mind helping you if you need some help. I live in Clearwater. You can request me as a friend on Face Book at Lasting Impressions Ceremonies, I will gladly accept you and help you out if I can.

After planning, coordinating weddings, being a Florist and Ordained Minister for the past 19 years and keeping up with the current trends…I have it pretty much covered. 

I am renewing my vows with my Husband on November 17, 2012….I am excited, but I get like this when I have a new Bride and Groom to assist. “I DO” love my job. I would gladly help you out..Don’t give up. It can be done.

Thanks,

Kathy

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