My PinUp Wedding: Finished Brooch Bouquet!

UPDATE: Please note that I have created a DIY Brooch Bouquet page on this website. Click on the “DIY Brooch Bouquet” tab above to see my tutorials and photos of completed bouquets made with my guide. 

Visit my SHOP to purchase everything you’ll to make your very own Brooch Bouquet!

I finished my brooch bouquet and I’m so existed to show it to you all. I used about 25 or so brooches (most of them from FabulousBrooch.com), and three hydrangea flowers purchased at a crafts store. I also added some pearls (also purchased at a craft store) that are used for jewelry to fill in some of the gaps. I just threaded some floral wire through it then twisted the ends to create stems.

For the stems, I wrapped them in white satin then criss-crossed a sheer white ribbon (starting from the bottom up). I added pearl pins as accents which matches my entire wedding style and decor (as you may be able to tell from the brooches themselves).

I’m super happy with it. What do you think?

I had to do the bottom over because the stems were a bit too long.

I’ve posted the first part of my Brooch Bouquet Tutorial below to help you create your own. Enjoy and good luck!

Tools (what you’ll need):


Brooches (I used about 25 brooches from FabulousBrooch.com)

Synthetic, silk or natural filler flowers (I used three hydrangea)
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6 Comments

  • OMG! This is so beautiful! I've been looking around for a while now on how to make a brooch bouquet and yours is the best one I've ever seen! Your video is so simple and easy to understand! Thank you so muchh! 🙂

  • Thank you so much for your kind words. I'm definitely an advocate of making your own brooch bouquet. It's totally doable as long as you give yourself some time and given a handy DIY guide. Please feel free to ask me any questions and let me know how your bouquet process is going. I invite you to post any pictures at http://www.Facebook.com/DomesticatedMeCom

  • When my daughter suggested she wanted a brooch bouquet for her wedding rather than a floral one I was at first upset, but after I saw your tutorial and finished product I am now a convert and am eager to start making hers.

    • Thank you so much for the lovely comment. I'm so glad my video was able to showcase how gorgeous these arrangements can be and that it may help you for your daughter's wedding.

    • Thank you so much for your sweet comment. I'm so glad to hear it. Please be sure to send me photos of your completed brooch bouquet. I've just added a page to my website exclusively for my tutorials and photos of all the brooch bouquets that were made using my tutorial. I'd love to add yours once they're completed.

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