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Beaded Wedding Bouquet

By: xavec for Instructables

In planning the wedding you've always dreamed of, don't forget to make your bouquet just as memorable as your dress. When you walk down the aisle, you don't have to settle for the traditional bouquet of flowers. Give your wedding a dash of your own personal style. Learn how to make beaded flowers. This beautiful Beaded Wedding Bouquet will not only cut flower costs but also give you a bouquet that will last just as long as your memories from your special day. Perfect for even the beginner DIY bride, all that's left to do is pick the colors to match perfectly with your scheme and get started on these beaded flowers.

Beaded Wedding Bouquet
Beaded Wedding Bouquet
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Time to complete: Weekend project

Intermediate

Estimated Cost: Under $10

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Okay, this is an incredibly unique and gorgeous way to add some personality to your wedding day. Since I love making jewelry, I'm tempted to make beaded corsages and/or boutonnieres for my wedding.

At first glance, I wasn't sure if I would have the patience to creat this, but I,sure do want to! It is so lovely and unique! What bride wouldn't want a bouquet that would last forever, be just her very own and could be a keepsake heirloom to be passed down from generation to generation if desired. Or you could later adapt this to be worn as a brooch pin, in the hair or attached to a formal purse clutch or belt. So lovely, thank you for sharing a super creation idea!

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