Finish Making a Boutonniere

I finish making this boutonniere by making sure all the wires are tightly twisted, securing the coiled accent around the boutonniere stem.

The cut ends should be tucked into the space between the carnation and the alstromeria and not pointed outward where they can scratch skin or snag materiel.

The front view shows a beautiful cut flower that could easily serve as a boutonniere or a corsage.  The colored wire adds a striking design element that can coordinate or compliment all wedding palettes.  Choose the color wire that suits with your own colors the best.

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