Post # 1
I finally finished my button balls.
I only wanted six to line the aisle of were the girls and I are walking down. So if you can picture red carpet, the button balls themselves on white little pail buckets and raised from the ground and positioned like this
imagine an archway at the end. White chairs to the left and right and arch way letters hanging in our initials.
If you pictured that ok, I think I might have just done my wedding planning right! Thank goodness these button balls are done! Good to see a vision come to life 🙂
Heres a close up
Post # 3
Wow! They look amazing (and must have taken a while!!!) and the whole look is going to be fabulous! Well done!!!
Post # 4
They look great! How long did it take to complete each ball?
Post # 6
These are amazing. I would have never thought of doing a button ball. However, after seeing these I might use your idea into something for my wedding. How many buttons did it take to make these? Cost rnage?
Post # 7
Wow! That is so cool! I never even heard of that before. It looks like it was time consuming, how long did it take you?
Post # 8
Great idea! Adorable, creative, awesome!
Post # 9
Those are amazing! Fantastic idea!
Post # 10
It was about 500gm of buttons per ball. I couldnt tell you how many exactly. Cost 14.00 AUD per ball and 10.00 for the actual ball itself.
We originally wanted standing pomanders but they were 60 bucks a pop to hire so I thought that was wayyy to expensive to hire, so decided to create our own. It took maybe about 3hrs per ball if you were going at it non stop. obviously this would depend on the size of your ball. I just used to do a bit of it at a time as I work fulltime.
Glad you like them ladies 😀
Post # 11
Holy cow those look like they took forever! Totally worth it though.
Post # 12
They’re totally cute! I love them and you are so creative!
Love the color pop of the red and can see your vision of them on white buckets!
Post # 15
Those are adorable! Great job!