Stephanotis
Corsage and Boutonniere





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A stephanotis corsage and boutonniere has been a long time favorite. These delicate blooms are actually plucked from a plant and come from a wholesale florist supply packaged twenty blooms to a box nestled on cotton.


Photo courtesy John Henry.



Although available all year round, these delicate blossoms are NOT the best choice for summer outdoor weddings, as they wilt easily in the heat. But for indoor or air-conditioned ceremonies, they are a delightful addition to any bridal bouquet or other celebration centerpiece.

Keep Misted and Cool



Until wearing, it is advisable to keep these sweet flowers misted with a flower sealant and cooled in a refrigerator. Keep lightly covered with a damp tissue and stored in a plastic corsage bag or box until ready to pin.






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