Post # 1
Got a friend’s rehearsal bouquet done. Whatcha guys think?? Got lucky with most of the ribbons being in similar color groups!
I followed these directions, mostly. http://typicaladventures.blogspot.com/2011/03/how-to-make-bow-bouquet.html
Things I did differently- didn’t paint the towel roll and wrapped it with a BB&B ribbon; used pipe cleaners instead of a ribbon fo make the ‘stem’; went for a cascade shape when assembling
Now pics! (apologize because they may be ridiculously large)
Post # 3
- Wedding: July 2012 - Baltimore Museum of Industry
Wow- think I need to share with Maid/Matron of Honor.
Post # 4
@rebwana: I was just about to say the same thing!
It looks great.
Post # 5
Good job! It looks awesome!
Post # 6
Too cute and far more creative then I have seen these done in the past.
Post # 7
Thanks, guys!! Those were the most amazing directions ever lol I’d never made one before but I do a lot of crafts so I figured I could tackle it.
Forgot to add this video I used for the ribbon roses for the surplus of BB&B ribbon!
Post # 9
@jpalm13: wow. I love it! The bride is one lucky girl
Post # 10
Wow, I’ve never seen one so fancy before! Good job.
Post # 11
Totally just bookmarked those directions for an upcoming wedding for my friend. Hope my own Maid/Matron of Honor takes note. 😉 thanks for posting!
Post # 12
This puts my “tack the ribbons to a paper plate” rehearsal bouquet to shame. What a sweet friend you are!
Post # 13
That looks way better than what my Future Mother-In-Law started for me. I’m gonna steal this idea and work on it when I’m bored.
Post # 14
Such an awesome idea!!! I am totally going to save this and make one for my wedding in August!
Post # 15
That looks awesome! Love my girls, but mine looked like a child had put it together haha!