|Attach green-coated wire to the backs of the jewelry pieces. Each piece will require a different attachment method, so some experimentation will be necessary. Small or lightweight pieces will need only a wire or two; larger, heavier pieces may require more.
Use enough wire on each jewelry piece to ensure that it stands upright on the end of the stem, like a daisy, without drooping or sagging. Wrap each stem with corsage tape or florist tape to keep multiple wires together and give a more polished look to each "flower."
Assemble into a bouquet. Some brides like to mix live, dried or artificial flowers into their jewelry bouquets. Others prefer to use organza ribbon, lace, fabric or other fillers to conceal the spaces between the pieces of jewelry or to frame the entire bouquet.
Wrap the gathered bouquet with corsage tape so it stays together. Cover the tape with ribbon, fabric or a professionally made bouquet holder.