DIY clay bouquet charm tutorial
Jen Causey-Kidder
Jen Causey-Kidder October 03, 2014

DIY | Personalized Clay Bouquet Charms

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I’m all about creating thoughtful little details that make a wedding day ultra special… like these personalized clay bouquet charms! If you’ve ever been in a wedding (especially a large one) – you know how crazy it can get with bridesmaids setting down their bouquets and forgetting whose is whose. Now sometimes it might not matter, but what if each bridesmaids bouquet was specifically meant for their mismatched colored dress or what if the bride wanted an ombre flower look? Figuring out what bouquet belongs to what girl can get confusing, but not if you make your bridesmaids these darling initial charms! Quick, easy and totally inexpensive – you can have these done and ready in under an hour. Sure to charm your bridesmaids and your photographer!

DIY clay wedding bouquet charm
DIY clay wedding bouquet charm


  • Premo Sculpey Accents clay (pearl, silver, bronze, copper, antique gold)
  • 1.5 inch circle cookie cutter
  • Clay rolling pin
  • Alphabet stamps
  • toothpick
  • straw
  • ribbon, twine or cord
  • (see credits for sources)
DIY clay wedding bouquet charm

Start by warming up the clay in your hands and then rolling it to about 1/4″ thick, large enough for your circle cookie cutter. This Premo Sculpey clay is so easy to work with and comes in SO many beautiful colors.

DIY clay wedding bouquet charm

Cut your clay circle.

DIY clay wedding bouquet charm

Using a straw, punch a hole through your clay circle.

DIY clay wedding bouquet charm

Now stamp the initials into each clay charm with alphabet rubber stamps. Any kind will do but I love these from Prima Press because you can align and stamp multiple letters at once.

DIY clay wedding bouquet charm

To add a little embellishment, I simply poked holes around the circle with a toothpick.

DIY clay wedding bouquet charm

Oven bake your charms according to the instructions on your clay package.

DIY clay wedding bouquet charm

With a simple loop, add your ribbon or twine.

DIY clay wedding bouquet charm

You can easily give these charms to your florist for her to put on each bouquet, or you can add them yourself the morning of your wedding.

DIY clay wedding bouquet charm

This is such a sweet little detail that will bring a smile to your bridesmaids faces and make darling pictures! The best part is it’s quick, easy and totally inexpensive!

DIY clay wedding bouquet charm

As with all our DIY tutorials, if you create one of our projects please send us a picture – We Love Seeing Your Creativity! If you use Instagram or Twitter please use the hashtag #SomethingTurquoiseDIY and it will show up on our Get Social page. Happy Crafting!

DIY Tutorial Credits

Photography: Something Turquoise Photography // DIY tutorial: Jen | Something Turquoise // gorgeous bouquets: Floral Design by Jacqueline Ahne // Premo Sculpey Accents clay and tools courtesy of: Polyform Products // Prima press alphabet stamps: Amazon // 1.5″ cookie cutter: Amazon // gold cord: Martha Stewart Crafts // nail polish: Essie – Mint Candy Apple

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