4. Once you have all your brooches wired and in place, hold your bouquet and turn it, trying to look at it from every angle. No doubt it will need some fluffing at this point; one side might seem higher than another, or one brooch might be sticking out too far or in too close. Fluff and preen until it's fairly balanced and you feel satisfied with the results.
The final result was quite lovely, and Tabitha loves it (yay!). My next tutorial will go over covering the plastic bouquet holder, utilizing fabric, hot glue, ribbon, and rhinestone decorations. For now, voila! I hope this inspires y'all to go out and make lovely and charming vintage brooch bouquets!