A floral corsage is a lovely way to honor or thank someone for participating in your wedding. From elaborate tributes for mothers and grandmothers to small tussies for handing out wedding programs, there are many ways to express your thanks.
If you're making several, it might be wise to choose a color palette than can blend with most anyone's attire.
A spring look works well with soft colored stock, tulips, white roses and a bit of blue delphiniumn.
Three stephanotis and a spring of stock creates a simple, yet very pretty look.
Have something more colorful in mind? Mix roses, delphinium, orchids blooms and bachelor's buttons for a nice, mixed corsage.
Soft ivory Eskimo roses, white stephanotis and Dusty Miller leaves creates a blend that would work well with anyone's outfit.
Texture! Try mixing a lot of different ribbons and patterns with one or two single flowers for a newer look.
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