This is one of my favorite alternatives to bridal flowers- the vintage brooch bouquet! This particular category could lend itself to being a time-intensive project- searching for pieces you like and want to include, not to mention possibly spending quite a bit of money trying to find enough pieces to make up your bouquet. And if you want to make them for your bridesmaids, too… now we’re talking a LOT of work and maybe a lot of money.
That’s why we have included some amazing bouquets available for purchase. So unique and beautiful- something you could treasure as a keepsake for years to come! It would definitely be a lovely decor piece for your home after the big day.
This bouquet by BouquetsofWhimsy is filled with large, silver-tone brooches and rhinestones, offset by black silk ribbon flowers and black accent brooches throughout.
Get a load of this beautiful white satin rose bouquet with silver-tone brooches by PartyPolishAffairs!
This rose gold brooch bouquet by GlamCoutureAndMore is accented with lovely pearls and satin roses.
This amazing bouquet by iamshoppingqueen is created using vintage and modern repurposed jewelry including rings, brooches, necklaces, cuff links.
This stunning and beautiful bridal bouquet was designed using jewelry from RusticCreek’s huge collection of antique and vintage jewels.
We are in love with this cascading brooch bouquet, which is available in many different flower colors by TatyanaAgulina.
This Alice in Wonderland theme bouquet is handmade using an eclectic mix of vintage brooches, retro and new jewelry findings, handmade flowers, and crystals by MaddisonRocks.
Comprising of hand-rolled satin roses, Swarovski elements, and sparkling crystal swag drapes, CrystalWeddingUK really blew it out of the water with this one.
This lovely cascading wedding bouquet is made of handmade burgundy roses and gold brooches by KseniaFloks.
Celebrate “the boy who lived” and your big day at the same time with this ah-MAZ-ing Harry Potter bouquet from MaddisonRocks.
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