Bridal Corsage

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A bridal corsage used to traditionally be white. But now - anything goes! Today's brides enjoy having lots of color and zest in both their wedding flowers and dresses.

Don't forget to go to Home Page and check out my boutonniere and corsage gallery which is filled with hundreds of designs and colors.

This first corsage is made with fragrant stephanotis and backed with varigated pittosporum and green ivy.

Long ago, the Japhet orchid was carried singly on a bible or worn on the shoulder for World War II brides. You can see why! This gorgeous flower is perfect in every way.

Want more color? Large Oriental lilies come in many different colors - all fragrant and gorgeous in a corsage design. If you'll like the same style, yet not so large, consider an Asiatic lily.

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