Rose Corsage

A simple rose corsage is probably the number one flower choice for ANY occasion. But roses come in so many different varieties, that it's fun to choose which one is right for YOUR wedding!

Three soft peach roses clustered with ivy can serve as either a boutonniere or a simple, but elegant, corsage.  Rose corsages made using Rose Picks last longer because they have a water source.

These white Eskimo roses have clusters of pink carnations nestled beneath their petals.

This very traditional corsage is always a hit with both mothers and grandmothers! Ivy and stephanotis make this rose tussy a lovely shoulder corsage.  If making your own, a stephanotis pick is needed to hydrate the blossoms. It would work well worn as a wrist adornment.

Gluing corsages onto a design disk is soooo much faster than the traditional wire and tape.  Sheer corsage ribbon finishes off the beautiful look.

Clusters of blue delphinium are paired with two peach roses.

Sheer blue ribbon, blue cornflowers, and cream colored stock is clustered around these ivory roses.

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