Rose Wrist Corsage

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A rose wrist corsage was the favorite choice of most brides when I worked as a wedding florist. It seems both moms and grandmas love the old-fashioned elegance of roses. But there are so many varieties to choose from that yours can truly look original!

Yards of sheer ribbon add volume to this lovely corsage - it only contains two roses! See the intricate detailing of the pearl headed pins centered in each rose and the addition of "wire" leaves.

I love this wristlet!! An exotic black rose is complimented by two Gloriosa lilies. The foliage is Lamb's Ear and the accents are made with Oasis Two-Tone Twist Wire.

This elegant wrist flower is mounted on a pearl flower bracelet. Luxerious sprays of pearls and sheer yellow ribbon are clustered around two yellow spray roses.

White flowers are such a classical look. Loops of ribbon cluster around white alstroemeria, button pomps, freesia and white spray roses.

Photos courtesy John Henry. All rights reserved.

Easy tutorials on both gluing corsages and using the wire and tape method are shown on this website. You can also learn how to make boutonnieres.

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