Diamante pins are a fun design element from Oasis. These inexpensive corsage pins come in five colors (including clear) and add sparkle and shine without too much expense.
I'm going to use a contrasting color in green to compliment the heavy pink of this bridal bouquet.
You can see the size of the diamante heads compared to a penny.
These sparkling pins add a spot of color inserted into the rose heads. You can easily shorten the shank by cutting the pins down.
Diamante pins are not cheap rhinestones. Cheap imitation rhinestones have a foil backing to give the crystal a diamond like shine. Unfortunately, they show up in wedding pictures as black dots! These pins have no foil, so the effect is clear and sparkly.
I added matching Lomey flower pins, which are unfortunately no longer available. They have been discontinued by the manufacturer since the creation of this bouquet tutorial.