I love bridal brooch bouquets and am so delighted they are remaining popular among brides! If I were getting married now I would so carry one of these beauties down the aisle. Brooch bouquets are amazing for so many reasons--they are sparkly, they make meaningful keepsakes after the wedding, you can use jewelry from family members and carry a bit of them with you down the aisle, you make your brooch bouquet well in advance of the wedding, you never have to worry about it not holding up throughout the day and they are .
Making a brooch bouquet can be a fun DIY project and not nearly as difficult as you might think! It generally takes about 50-85 brooches. You can, however, still make a lovely bouquet using fewer brooches by including silk flowers. Begin by seeing what you already have in your jewelry box then ask friends and relatives to share any they have. A brooch your grandma always wore, you and your fiancée’s initials or the earrings your mother wore on her wedding day would all be special additions.