Corsage and Boutonnieres

Easy Flower Tutorials

It's easy to create your own match corsage and boutonniere by following the simple step by step tutorials below.  Click the links below the images for each tutorial.

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A matching corsage and boutonniere set is the perfect way to coordinate prom dates, groomsmen and bridesmaids, and even brides and grooms! I always recommend that the boutonniere contains at least a few of the same elements and flowers as the corsage so that the look is finished, polished and looks "pulled together".

This first corsage is composed of lavender spray roses, florets from the blue hybrid delphinium and a few blooms from a purple hyacinth. The matching boutonniere is a single purple hyacinth floret against a unique look of ribbon overlaid with decorative silver wire. No pins interrupt this design! It is attached to the tux with magnets glued to the back of the ribbon.

This darling corsage and bout combo is unique in many ways. The gal's corsage is actually "body flowers" (glued to an adhesive bandage) rather than pinned in any way to her dress! His boutonniere has matching pink alstromeria, bear grass and the same pink metallic wire as in her flowers.

This set is absolutely stunning! Made with deep purple Dendrobium orchids, her flowers are accented with strong pink bullion wire and strong pink metallic wire. His flower pulls in the same colors with two pink Diamante pins threaded through the orchids.

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