Friday, April 27, 2012

Lovingly Felt Wedding Bouquet

So your having a wedding and your a creative soul. There is nothing so lovely as handmade felted posies with pearl centers nestled into a beautiful handtied bouquet. Gather your gals together and create a garden of felted blooms to sprinkle around your special day!

Simply cut out 2 inch teardrop shaped petals from 100% Truefelt, pinch the petals together as you thread them. As soon as you have five on a thread, go back around all of them pulling them tight, then sew a lovely pearl in the center....simple.

Use these lovely blooms in your bridesmaids flowers, on your gents lapels, on the invitations, and the cake.....they will give a handmade detail to the wedding along with a lovely keepsake to sew on your first childs christening gown.
I also made a wonderful halo to be worn in the hair instead of a veil and used felt around the bouquets handle to make it more comfortable to hold

1 comment:

Kristina – Providence RI Wedding DJs said...

Such a beautiful and lovely wedding bouquets. I like it! Thanks for sharing this to us.

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