DIY Projects — Boutonnieres, Corsages, & Crowns

DIY Silk Flower Earrings

Materials:Silk Flowers - Artificial Baby's BreathThin Fishing WireHoop Earrings Step 1: Trim your flowers down to the heads. Then, cut the fishing wire and make a knot on the bottom. Step 2: Thread the flower down to the knot. Continue this knot/threading until you have the desired look. Finish by securing a few extra flowers on the base of the hoop.  For more details visit Green Wedding Shoes.  Photographed by Katie Pritchard.

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Get The Look: Winter Wedding

Are you planning a winter destination wedding? Artificial flowers are the perfect option for you because they require no watering and no sunlight to look beautiful throughout your travels and into your wedding day.  Artificial flowers are a great choice for a destination or park weddings as they will be unaffected by the elements of nature. Photographed at Zion National Park by Tia Stout Photo, these stems in wintery hues will not disappoint.  The bride updated her mother's gown for her big day, and complimented it with a stunning floral crown. Just like your wedding dress, you can keep your silk...

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DIY Lavender Flower Crown

Follow along with Love Sparkle Pretty to create a beautiful floral crown with faux lavender and boxwood.  Materials:Artificial LavenderArtificial Baby's BreathArtificial Box WoodBark Covered WireFloral TapeWire Cutters Step 1: Size the base of your crown. Cut about 28" of bark wrapped wire, coil around your head, and twist the ends to secure. Start wrapping a 6" piece of floral tape around the wire to begin attaching flowers. Step 2: Cut the flowers and greenery, leaving about 1-2" of stem.  Step 3: Start wrapping the first piece of greenery with the tape you left on the crown from Step 1 until secure. Step 4: Continue to...

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How To Make A Flower Hat For A Boho Wedding

Materials:Dried Florals & GrassesArtificial PoppiesArtificial RanunculusPaddle WireWire Cutters & ScissorsGlue Gun & GlueHat Step 1: Wrap the floral wire around your hat base to create a ‘wreath’ for your flowers. Twist the end pieces together to lock together. Step 2: Add flowers to your base first, like wheat, and wrap around the wire ‘wreath’ you made. Secure these pieces with smaller pieces of floral wire wrapped to the main frame of the wire. Step 3: Finish with all the additional florals. Poppies are the focal flower, so keep them sporadic but chic. Secure flowers with wire and hot glue. Be careful not to get any glue on your hat so that you...

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