A fresh flower corsage can take on so many different design styles, depending on the colors and flowers used. I like to keep my corsages fresh with
, which actually feeds the flower through their petals. This is important since most corsages are cut off from a water source.
This orange Asiatic lily is so gorgeous, especially when backed by varigated ivy for some contrast. Don't forget to use the buds as well for extra texture and interest.
Here is a charming mix of roses, daisies, carnations and babies breath.
are another way to keep a water source supplies to the flowers. It resembles a tightly wound "Q-Tip" for flowers.
Isn't this corsage delightful? It is a tight, tussie-mussie styled cluster of Bachelor Buttons with babies breath.
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