#1 Best How To DIY Brooch Bouquet Tutorial Part 1




This is my How-To DIY (Do It Yourself) Brooch Bouquet Video Tutorial. Make your own brooch bouquet for a fraction of the price boutiques sell them for. It’s much easier and affordable than…

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#1 Best How To DIY Brooch Bouquet Tutorial Part 1

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  1. Thank you so much for this tutorial, I made my bouquet for my wedding in August and I am so excited it turned out beautiful. Thank you thank you thank you because I certainly could not afford the ones that are being sold for 600.00. I even added brooches to my bridesmaids bouquets just not as much as mine of course. Once again thank you so much Jessica. God bless you

  2. Did you ever do an updated version of this tutorial? Just wondering. I saw all the nasty comments and then I saw you saying you would be redoing it at some point. Would love to see you redo it with new ideas and such.

  3. I would love to know the weight/gauge of the wire you used iv had this video saved for the past couple of years and started making my bouquet recently but the wire is far to flimsy and weak so if you could recommend a size for me I would really appreciate it xxxx

  4. it's not a question of the year you did the video so being sarcastic is not helping . but you could had stand up so the viewers can see the actual project but then again in my place that's what i would had done and talk less . and obviously it matter to you cause you still reply to every the same way . ✌ out

  5. BEAUTIFUL! What a GREAT idea! A little FYI trick I use when twisting wire to make jewelry…. insert your wire ends straight into the center hole of a cheap small drill. Then tighten down on the wires at the clamp base. Make sure the wires are TIGHTLY in there. Now hold the wires securely @ the other end (@ the brooch) & squeeze the drill "trigger". The drill will TWIST the wire FOR YOU! Now, NO more twisting for you. Save your wrist strength, time, & the twists are all neatly done! Good Luck!

  6. My niece is having a quinceanera and would like to carry a brooch bouquet and then use it when she gets married and add to it. Is there a certain way we should make it knowing we want to add to it later on?

  7. as pretty as you are, I dont need to see your face. It's more important that you show us your hands. Need to work on a better camera angle. Having said that (and I'm sorry I sounded negative) you had a lot of information in your tutorial! TY

  8. This is just a suggestion. Instead of having your cam very close to what you're doing, please consider moving the cam back a little so we can see exactly what you're doing.
    Thanks so much.

  9. i got a lot of my brooches on listia.com for free! (sort of). Its a bidding site where you can sell stuff for "points" and then use your points to make purchases. So i paid shipping for small items of mine that i sold to build up points and spent very very little on my bouquet!! =D

  10. Love this idea, we are retaking our vows next year and I ended up here looking for ideas on how to tie a bouquet, now I have a whole new outlook on what I am going to do.

  11. Great tutorial. My bridesmaid crew and I will b making our own brooch bouquets. I would have liked a more wide range camera view, to see the entire process, sometimes the flower was out of view.

  12. Hola Jessica! Lindo tu trabajo, sólo quiero sugerir algo, enfoca la cámara a tu trabajo, no tanto a tu rostro (aunque es bello), asi se logra un mejor vídeo y mejor concentración de parte del que lo ve! Gracias!!!!

  13. Hola Jessica! Lindo tu trabajo, sólo quiero sugerir algo, enfoca la cámara a tu trabajo, no tanto a tu rostro (aunque es bello), asi se logra un mejor vídeo y mejor concentración de parte del que lo ve! Gracias!!!!

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