My Diy Bouquet

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    LoubieLou

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    Here are some photos of the wedding bouquet I made out of artificial flowers.[​IMG]

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    lovely colours! [​IMG]
     
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    These are gorgeous! I might have a go at making my own bouquet, or at least the bridesmaids bouquets! Lovely colours too!
     
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    very nice

    sarah
     
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    That is gorgeous well done! I am going to have a go at making my own [​IMG] wish me luck lol. The flowers arrive Monday so I am going to start then, going to make mine, the bms & the flower girls wands. Well I am going to try anyway [​IMG] x
     
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    Lovely colours. :D

    This is the start of mine, going to add some more green twisty bits and some beads :D
     

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    I'm seriously impressed at those, well done!
     
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    wow!
    well done girls!
    im seriously considering doing my own to cut cost!
    im havin 5 bridesmaids!
    xx
     
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    So far mine has cost under £5. Should be able to find some beads and ribbon in my sewing box or under the bed too so hopefully should be able to finish it off for not much more :D

    Got enough flowers to do bridesmaid flowers and button holes too I hope :)
     
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    I loved making mine. My bridesmaids are getting really small bunches of lighter purple ones to carry down the isle and for the reception I bought little clutch bags for £3 on sale so they have somewhere for their cameras, lip gloss etc
     
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    View attachment kate and james confetti.bmp

    i made my own bouquet from artificial flowers i bought at dunelm :) i wanted something i could keep and with 5 bridesmaids i wanted to save some dosh too!! i put feathers and oversized crystals in them. i made my own dress too plus bridesmaids and mens waistcoats and ties and the jewellery too :)
     
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    That looks amazing, well done!! Are the flowers silk or foam?

    I honestly begin to wonder why people bother with real flowers when youc an do something like that yourself and it looks so good :(
     
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