DIY Bridal Fashion – Oversized Corsage Flower

DIY Bridal Fashion –  Oversized Corsage Flower

We all loved Carrie Bradshaw’s oversized corsage flower, but most of us are not living the ‘S** and the City’ lifestyle and the next best occasion to rock one is at a wedding! You can make flowers in blush pink for bridesmaids or rock one as a headpiece for yourself, in lieu of a veil in ivory or white. I did mine in fucshia and made it large, inspired by the image below.

Wedding DIY

What you will need:

  • Stiff, gauzy fabric (mesh and tulle work well)
  • Fabric scissors
  • Pink thread
  • Needles
  • Brooch pin

DIY –  Oversized Corsage Flower

1) Cut circles out of the fabric by folding it in half and cutting semi circles. They don’t have to be perfect. I chose to have mine with a diameter of approximately 12cm.

DIY Oversized flower corsage

2) Continue creating circles until you have 15-20, depending on the volume you desire in the flower.

DIY –  Oversized Corsage Flower

3) Fold the circles in half and then quarters, irregularly.

 Wedding DIY: Oversized Flower Corsage

4) Draw the needle and thread through the pointed end to secure.

Wedding DIY: Oversized flower corsage

5)  When all the circles have been drawn onto the thread, tie off.

Wedding DIY: Oversized Flower Corsage

6) Sew on your brooch pin.

Wedding DIY: Oversized flower corsage

The Final Result

DIY –  Oversized Corsage Flower

Above: Your finished pin, which will look like a crazy big flower!


Happy DIYing and for more great DIY ideas hit up and keep an eye out for my contributions on Bride Club ME.

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