Homecoming Corsages

These Homecoming corsages would look perfect with either a long or short dress - it really doesn't matter!

This corsage is very cost effect, because it is made with pink alstromeria, which usually has two to three blooms per stem and is an inexpensive flower. Add a few blades of bear grass, some flower jewelry for sparkle and you're ready to dance the night away! The flowers are actually glued with flower adhesive to a large bandaid . . . so you don't have to worry about pinning to your dress!

This fun homecoming corsage is attached to a Lomey shimmer wrap "slap" bracelet. Much more comfortable to wear and the flowers don't keep turning around on your wrist because of a thin elastic band. It's much more solid and stays in place. These are simply yellow button pomps with gold corsage pins cut and nestled in the center of each flower.

Want a more traditional look for your wristlet? Chiffon ribbon hangs delicately from simple red miniature carnations and a filler of waxflower.

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