How to Make a Rose Boutonniere

Finishing Touch Flower Sealant

Finished with your wedding rose boutonniere!  Why settle for ho-hum boring when (just by using a little more imagination and effort) you can have a more professional look?

It's amazing the difference a few design elements can add to your wedding flowers - making it look like you spent hundreds of dollars for a professional designer!

Finish all boutonnieres, corsages and bridal bouquets by spraying with a flower sealant such as Finishing Touch.  This is even more important for DIY brides, since their cut flower designs are typically stored in a regular home refrigerator.

Florist coolers are designed to put humidity IN the air.  Household refrigerators pull humidity OUT of the air.  At the same time, they will be pulling the moisture out of your corsages and boutonnieres.  Seal them with Finishing Touch and your designs will last longer after they are taken out of the fridge.

Florists buy this stuff by the gallon (or even larger).  It's not necessary for a DIY bride to buy such an excessive amount, so I provide it in 32 oz bottles.  One bottle for small to average wedding, 2 or more if you place on a lot of attendants and centerpieces.  

Trust me - it's worth the investment.



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