Angel hair wire is finely spun and shimmers when reflected by light. I've seen other brooch and crystal bouquets backed with tulle to conceal the stems and other mechanics when creating this type of wedding bouquet.
I prefer the Angel hair wire, which is so beautiful it becomes part of the design rather than just a concealing product.
It arrives in a compact bag and is packed tightly together. You will need to stretch and pull it apart gently to separate the fibers. Separate into two sections, one slightly bigger than the other.
The first you will nest inside the armature frame. This will help conceal the underside and mechanics of the crystal bouquet. Reserve enough of the angel wire to wrap around the handle as well.
After tucking the spun wire into the bowl of the metal bouquet frame, use bullion wire to secure it in place. Wrap the bullion wire around one of the faceted jewels on the edge and then begin weaving the wire across the angel hair and secure by wrapping around a faceted jewel on the opposite side.
Continue in this manner until there is a web of bullion wire strung across all sides of the bouquet frame, securing the angel hair in place.
Now the underside that shows from the top sparkles and shines through the open grid of the armature.