Peacock feather collar on vintage bouquetTweet
Just finished this bouquet in dazzling peacock blues and greens.Tweet
I’m not sure this would calm a chameleon, but the ‘red, gold and green’ gives this brooch bouquet a different vintage twist. Perfect for a big character looking to add an exotic element to their wedding day. Another unique piece from Vintage Bridal Bouquets!
Rich emerald green and striking scarlet bouquet
The starting point and inspiration for this vintage bridal bouquet was the stunning necklace with square emerald coloured stone which I’ve used to decorate the handle. I’ve tucked a pair of emerald green earrings into the head of the bouquet too, just in case you want to wear them with the necklace after the big day! It’s a cute size, perfect for stowing away in a suitcase if you’re getting married somewhere suitably exotic - 11cm across and 21cm from top to bottom. Check out my Etsy shop for further details. Or click on the picture to visit my other store :)Tweet
I’ll take the high road…
Another brooch bouquet off to pastures new! This Scottish-inspired number celebrates the colours and textures of the bonnie summer hills - heather-clad moors and flower-filled hedgerows (with of course a thistle and the odd berry in there!) - and it’s bound for Germany! Via East Lothian…Tweet
I Heart Brooch Bouquets
My heart-shaped brooch bouquets have proved very popular, and I do love them. Because they’re compact they look really petite but still manage to pack a lot of punch. Silvers, golds and reds all seem to work really well and they should suit you if you’re looking for something a bit different.
I’ve got a new ruby-red heart bouquet over on Etsy right now with a lucky streak running through it (bottom right in the photo set). If you’re wishin’ and hopin’ - maybe it’s the one for you!Tweet