Vintage Brooch Bouquets

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Amanda Heer from Fantasy Floral Designs recently emailed me to share these insanely beautiful non-floral bouquets. They are all made from vintage brooches, so no two are alike. Images by Alice Hu who you might remember from this gorgeous Art Nouveau inspired tablescape design I posted a while back. Thank you both for sharing with us today!

These vintage bouquets are so delicious to look at they’re like candy…What a nice memento they make!

Vintage Brooch Bouquets non floral bouquet ideas
Vintage Brooch Bouquets non floral bouquet ideas
Vintage Brooch Bouquets non floral bouquet ideas
Vintage Brooch Bouquets non floral bouquet ideas
Vintage Brooch Bouquets non floral bouquet ideas

59 comments
  1. Fawn Thomas

    Love this trend!

    What a wonderful way to include something old and make it something new.

  2. www.noisybutterfly.ca

    Your bouquets are exquisite. WOW!!!!!!!! Very Beautiful.

  3. Creative Coquette

    Oooooo! I may have to try my hand at a version of this for my bouquet!

  4. Maya Kalman

    Bravo! Love these vintage looks AND perfect for the bride that doesn’t love flowers (or is allergic!)
    I look forward to getting my brides to consider the option
    Cheers!
    ~Maya

  5. Christina Gressianu

    These are amazing! And eco-friendly! Love it!

  6. Beth Reed

    J’adore!!! These are the most unusual beautiful bouquets! Its a breath of fresh air to see something different.

  7. thevintagebride.com

    What a fabulous idea-not only are they stunning, but they can be saved. I bet you could even add heirloom jewelry from your own family to make it extra special.

  8. Emma

    Wow very unusual and quirky – love the bouquet and also the poka dot shoes!

  9. Emily quinton

    What a gorgeous, beautiful and eco-friendly idea. Adore!

  10. Mojo - Wedding Band

    Wow they look amazing I know lots of clients that would like these. I bet no one would be throwing these at the end of the day lol.

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  12. The Go Green Blog

    These are absolutely awesome!

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  14. Laura @ LK Photography

    They are soooo cute. Had to let my Facebook Fans and Twitter followers know about such a unique, eco-friendly concept for bouquets that can last for ever and become such beautiful heirlooms. I’ve placed a link to this blog post on http://www.facebook.com/lkphotography

  15. jennifer adams

    omgosh those are so cute, I absolutely love these!

  16. Erin

    So beautiful!!! I totally love that last one. I want to make one!

  17. Krista - Becoming Mrs. Dial

    Okay. These are OFFICIALLY my most favorite bouquet idea. And I completely agree with thevintagebride…add heirloom jewelry…or request pieces of jewelry from close friends…to make it even more special. I love this blog! Thanks for the inspiration! Now I’ve just gotta figure out how to make these. Suggestions for DIY?

  18. Olivia Leigh

    These are so cool!

  19. Jamie

    These are Stunning!

  20. Stephanie

    I made my own vintage inspired bouquet from fabric & brooches for my wedding last October. I didn’t realize they had become so popular! If you’re interested, I would love to share some pics.

  21. amanda heer

    these are truly a labor of love and hard on the hands to make
    they take 2 full days to make and include the shipping and insurance
    I Just sent one out to a bride that thought she could do it herself
    with one week turn around the bride will have her amazing brooch bouquet tomorrow over night delivery with insurance and tracking#
    I love making these for my brides they are custom designed with you in mind..
    I Like to talk to the bride get info on all your details before making it…..so I can envision you with it on the Big Day
    broochbouqetblog.com

  22. Jessica Dougherty

    oh i LOVE these! so unique & beautiful. wish i had one at my wedding in ’08!

  23. Brianna Phelan

    I’m in love. So in love.

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  25. Kreyoli

    What a treat! I’ve been considering alternatives to flowers for my bouquet and boutonnières/ corsages for the wedding party- stephanie, pls do post your photos!!

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  27. Tammara

    Those brooch bouquets are darling, and until today I had not seen anyone with a brooch bouquet. Sure makes a unique wedding bouquet, except for one question…. What happens when it’s time for the bride to toss the bouquet? LOL. (Hope this isn’t a duplicate comment – couldn’t get it to work the first time.)

  28. ohana photographers

    so fab! i talked one of my brides into checking into these and she loved the idea!

  29. RyeBride

    I just met Amanda in London yesterday and ordered my brooch bouquet – I totally love these and can’t wait to get mine…. I have brooches from friends and family members and even have some pieces from loved ones who have passed away, a great way of having them at my wedding

  30. Rodellee

    Absolutely incredible!

  31. marilyn

    loving the shoes…. and the brooch bouquets.. so beautifull….?

  32. Kate from Green Bride Guide

    Great idea and you could gift the pins to your bridesmaids after the wedding!

  33. Hilary

    Love these! want to put one together asap, to show prospective brides.

  34. Naomi

    Is there a website where you can purchase these?

  35. Naomi

    Help! I tried to go to this website: broochbouqetblog.com
    but it doesn’t work! I’d really like to look into purchasing some of these.

  36. Kirby

    the link above was actually spelled wrong. It’s http://www.broochbouquetblog.com Try that. It worked for me.

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  38. Elizabeth

    These are very lovely. What a wonderful way to incorporate the family into the wedding day!

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  41. Crafty bride

    I contacted Amanda when I saw these beauties but I could not afford one…but I was determined to have one of these and so I made my own! It turned out amazing and looks just like the ones posted on here only better becuase I made it myself from brooches my friends and family gave me and a few I purchased myself. My fiancee loved the idea and when I went to buy the ribbon for it and took it with me I was stopped every few seconds by someone who wanted to inspect it! I even got an offer from someone to buy it!! I cant wait for my wedding day…

  42. Lois Olson

    What fun vintage bouquets. I love how unique these are.

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  44. Tara

    hi i like the bouquets
    my daughter is rose queen at our church and i was just looking for some that would go with purple or white.

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  48. Jessie

    Where do i find one of these to purchase??

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  51. khalisah

    hi.. would love to have one of the designs for my big day. how do i go about ordering a bouquet of it? -lisah

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