DIY Fabric Rosette Accessories

We have fallen in love with the fabric rosette! These sweet and simple fabric flowers are easy to make with the most rudimentary of sewing (or hot glue gun) skills. You have probably seen these little beauties on headbands and hair clips, but they can be used to dress up everything from flower girl dresses to bridal sashes. You can even create matching bouquets and boutonnieres featuring these lovely little faux blossoms. In honor of this trendy look, we've put together an inspiration board with our favorite ways to incorporate fabric rosettes into your wedding. Be sure to check out the link to the tutorial below and learn how to make your own fabric rosettes. Once you get the basic concept, the possibilities are endless!

The above images and products were all found on Etsy, in the following shops: Boutonieres from Bella Sorella Couture, Bridal Belt from Percy Handmade, Garters from Seventh Studio, Hair Pieces from Bella Sorella Couture, Bouquets from Ljubezen Brew.

Want to learn how to make your own fabric rosettes? Check out these tutorials!

This tutorial from Craftaholics Anonymous offers step by step instructions with photo examples.

If you prefer a video tutorial, there are several on internet but this one was the one we found to be the most helpful. It shows you how to upcycle fabric you already have to create your rosettes.


  1. Your blog is beautiful and I really loved it.

  2. love the blog and thankyou for the tutorials . but i still can not see a tutorial or video on the rosette with the white net over the top of it and a white feather at the back as seen on this blog..... the video i watched is more rolled and the photo tutorial is nowhere as beautiful as these flowers there anywhere else you can advise me on getting the perfect rosette.....Pauline

  3. Hello. I love the white dress with the rose belt (in the third picture). I was wondering where you got it. Did you buy it or make it? I want to make them for my daughters and nieces for my brother's wedding. Do you have a pattern? Thank you!

  4. Hi Jefrilyn, thanks for reading! That belt is handmade from Etsy and the seller can be found here


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