i think the wooden hangers i found in a set of 6 or so at TJ Maxx and the wire is from Michaels. The lace and teal riboon was found at PA fabric outlet which has an AMAZING wall (basically floor to ceiling) of riboon/lace/beautiful stringy things.
the little gem was found probably on the floor... (just kidding- pretty sure it was upcycled from a previous bridal shower card)
i wrote the wedding date with silver craft paint and used my husband's plier tools to do the twisting. (tip: i drew out the name on paper and "traced" it with the wire)
this was actually a wedding present i made for probably the most beautifully detailed and uniquely decorated wedding i've ever been to. it was in a barn but i think every square inch was decorated and with the most interesting choice of colors too. it was BEAUTIFUL! (i already used that word but seriously i loved this wedding style so much i don't even care). it was, clearly, the wedding of our friends John and Hannah. i had a feeling that she was the type to hang up embroidery hoops or something like that so i went for it. i sketched out their names and then tried to (yes i'm crazy) sew the design using my machine... this didn't work the way i had hoped. my husband always tells me the truth about these things whether he likes to or not. SO, i tried a different path. i hand painted the design onto the fabric and then HAND stitched a fancy swervy line. i even took a picture mid-process to PROVE my hand "embroidery". the flower and the leafy thing were based off of their invitations (i did not design but simply admired them).
-wooden doily (yes, they call it that)
-pearl stings in two tones
-metallic purple craft paint and glitter craft paint (layered)
-pins with the little balls on the end(dipped in paint)
-wooden craft stick for the legs
all this was from michaels and then i had the fabric and small amount of stuffing i needed. oh, and hot glue. ALWAYS hot glue.