Post # 1
I had been scouring pinterest on how to make one and I actually found it on here! Then I just made the bouquet just out of stuff I had around the house and mostly things from the Dollar Tree ( my favorite place for wedding stuff!) and I bought nightgowns from a good will for the fabric. I borrowed the brooches from my granny for my something borrowed and something blue! It came out exactly like I wanted!
Post # 3
Funny, I’m using the exact same colors in my fabric/brooch bouquet – they’re so gorgeous! I’m doing mine with satin, chiffon, and another random polyester fabric.
Post # 4
@jpmurd09: It turned out great! I’m just starting mine, using tutorials on the bee as well. I made one flower last night for a trial and it turned out ok. I’m sure once I get a couple more practice flowers done they will start to look better. How long did it take you to make it?
Post # 5
I realized that the pic looks a little chintzy but honestly it looks great in person (I may be partial but I am very critical ) it probably took me about five hours total…I worked on it a little bit a couple of nights for a month though so I can’t tell for sure 🙁
Post # 6
Beautiful! I love the colors! Yay fabric bouquets for the win!
Post # 7
@jpmurd09: TBH, I don’t think it looks chintzy at all! Especially in the further-away photos I think it looks very well-done and lush. Good work!
Post # 8
@jpmurd09: Wow love it, lovely colours
Post # 9
This is awesome! And it’s beautiful. I’m going to pin it so my bride can see.
Post # 10
Thanks so much for all the kind words =) I absolutely adore this site!