Brooch bouquets are beautiful, unique and becoming very popular. They don’t wilt or die and your can keep it as an heirloom for years to come. What we love about this weeks Fab Find, Vintage Bride’s Keepsake Bouquets, is that their bouquets are a mixture of silk flowers, buttons, lace and of course, brooches. Because they are created with elements other than jewelry, it makes them much less costly. Actually, you could buy a fresh flower bouquet for almost the same price but you’d never be able to pass that down to your daughter one day. Take a look below at some of our favorites!
This ivory and white mixture of antique wedding flowers and hand strung vintage pearls are a beautiful combination.
This brooch bouquet is a pale sea-foam green with accents of silver, clear rhinestones and pearls. Not your wedding colors? Kathy, from Vintage Bride, can customize a bouquet in any color.
This is a one of a kind bouquet. Hydrangeas and ivory handmade ribbon roses are combined with brooches of pearls, rhinestones and beads. Vintage lace is used with pretty ribbon and a vintage jewel adorning the handle.
This traditional rose bouquet is adorned white hydrangeas, more than a dozen handmade red ribbon roses and beautiful vintage jewelry. A complimentary, matching boutonniere comes with this bouquet!