Make a Gorgeous Brooch Bouquet

How To:
Fancy Pants: How to Design a Brooch Bouquet
San Francisco Budget Wedding: DIY Bright Idea: How to Assemble a Vintage Brooch Bouquet
Decor Adventures: Wedding Bouquet Tutorial
Offbeat Bride: How to DIY Your Own Brooch Bouquet

Fantasy Floral Designs: Home of the Brooch Bouquet

Where to Buy:

Etsy: Lions Gate Designs
Etsy: The Ritzy Rose
Etsy: The Bejewled Florist
Etsy: Croska
Etsy: Blue Petyl
Etsy: Amanda1
Etsy: Metal Petals Everlasting
Etsy: Noaki

  7 comments for “Make a Gorgeous Brooch Bouquet

  1. Tiffany Dillard
    February 8, 2012 at 4:50 PM

    How much will it cost to have you make a broach bouquet for me by April 1 2012…. I have about 20 broaches I want to use and im searching for more! :)

  2. thatgrrl
    February 10, 2012 at 4:37 AM

    I’ve never made one. If you look at the links it is pretty simple to DIY. They are one of the most gorgeous things I have ever seen but I haven’t gathered enough brooches to make my own first one. I’m being picky cause some of mine are from family now deceased.

  3. February 13, 2012 at 10:43 AM

    WOW! These are fabulous but must be very expensive. What is the average cost for one of these?

  4. thatgrrl
    February 13, 2012 at 1:29 PM

    It would depend on the brooches you used. The other bits would be fairly cheap.

  5. jess
    March 8, 2012 at 6:41 AM

    I love these!!!

  6. Emily
    March 8, 2012 at 1:35 PM

    I just finished buying all of the stuff that I needed to make one. It ended up costing me like, $50 altogether. I borrowed a few brooches from my grandmothers, and then I found the rest at Michaels and various thrift stores. They aren’t very expensive, unless you insist on using top of the line everything. Brooch bouquets are meant to be something unique and special, so that makes borrowing them even more special. There are plenty of tutorials on the internet about how to make them. This is definitely a DIY project that you should absolutely make yourself. That’s what makes it so cool.

    • March 11, 2012 at 11:55 AM

      I know that DIY for brides is a great way to go to TRY and save money, but you would be amazed at the money, stress and time saving that a wedding coordinator can do for any bride. As a wedding coordinator, I can’t tell you the number of brides and it is big that end up hiring a coordinator after attempting it themselves because they need us to get their event organized. Now to my point, I make brooch bouquets also for some of my brides. A great suggestion if you want to do it yourself and it turns out like the picture is to have invitees to your showers bring you a brooch to add to your bouquet. Have each person initial or sign the back of the brooch with a sharpie and you will have even greater memories.

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