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Fabric and Buttons Do It Yourself Wedding Bouquets

Do It Yourself, or DIY, wedding projects allow you to create your own personalized favors and touches that can be applied in any way you can imagine on your special day, for a shower or party. All you need are some basic items and a little creativity.

These Fabric and Buttons Do It Yourself Wedding Bouquets are oh-so-easily personalized and you can start today. So simple and tasteful. Be sure to see all of our wedding diy projects.

Supplies needed:

Assorted Fabrics
Assorted buttons
Hot glue gun
Floral wire
Circles template which you can download by clicking here

1. Cut out from card stock the template circles and then trace their profile on chosen fabrics.

2. Cut all fabric circles.

3. Sew around the edge of each circle, pulling the thread and once you have obtained a ruffled closed circle cut the thread and knot it.

4. Choose cute buttons and glue to the front of your flower.

5. Cut enough pieces of floral wire (about 30 cm long) and bend them in two half. Then bend the ends. Then add some hot glue on the back of a flower and then glue the wire on it and add a piece of felt to keep it steady.

Again a special thanks to Almalu’s Place and be sure to check out all of our wedding diy projects.


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  1. -100. Alessandra says:

    thank you for the feature!
    the project is super easy and really worth trying!

  2. Allessandra: Love this! Very unique.

  3. this bouquet is absolutely precious! so vintage, fun, quirky, adorable!

  4. -100. wanda says:

    i have many leftover fabrics, now i know what to do with them.. such a lovely project :)

  5. -100. Wholesale Flowers Co says:

    What a creative floral project. One could use purposely-selected color coordinated fabric to create the right look for a room!

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  7. -100. Kikou66 says:


    I’m sorry my english is bad…

    The link to download “Circles template” doesn’t function.


  8. -100. Rebecca says:

    I would love to do this, but the template for the circles is a bad link. Any way to link again, or at least give an idea of the circumference of the circles?

  9. -100. Abby says:

    I would LOVE to do this for my wedding but as already mentioned the link for the circles does not work.

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  11. -100. Sonia Ramos says:

    I made these for my bridesmaids and they loved them. Also made individual ones as boutonnieres for my husband, groomsmen, and family. Thanks for posting this wonderful tutorial. :)

  12. -100. Sarah says:

    I love this project. I cant seem to download the circle template. Is their a website where I could get this and also how many flowers did you us to make the one shown? Thanks so much!

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