Autumn Corsages

Vibrant autumn corsages perfect for prom, homecoming or weddings! Don't be afraid to mix colors for the fall look. Fall is more than just orange and brown. Deep russet red, pumpkin orange, bright purples and pale peach also work very well in a autumn mix.

Rust freesia looks well when combined with a brown coffee berry. This boutonniere can easily be changed into a corsage with the addition of a bow.

Just keep adding blooms and loops of ribbon until you have the look you want.

Here two orange "Lambada" weetheart roses are mixed with rust pompons and ficus leaves for a beautiful autumn look.

Orange roses come in a lot of different varieties. Try "Circus" for vibrant color and "Miracle" for a touch more yellow.

All corsages last longer when the flowers are made on a corsage pick. Soaked in nutrient treated water, you cut the flowers off short, insert the pick, and then wire as usual. Now the corsage has a water source!

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