How to Make
Wedding Corsages

Wedding corsages don't have to be white anymore. In today's wedding trends, anything goes. However, you may want to keep in mind what color of outfits the person will be wearing and whether or not Hot Orange will compliment them!

For this corsage, you will need alstromeria, spray roses, freesia, white button mums, pixie pins and sheer corsage ribbon.  Other flower jewels are optional, such as beaded wire pearls, faceted jewels, rhinestones and more.

Dainty freesia with white stock is mixed with ivy leaves for this sweet corsage.

White daisies, freesia and roses compliment one another and can easily be worn as a wrist corsage.

A cluster of white stephanotis is very fragrant and lovely pinned against a Grandmother's gown.

Gardenias have long been a favorite because of their heady scent and delicate petals. Pure white, you must be careful not to touch unnecessarily with your fingers lest the oils on them brown the petals. Keep a damp cloth over them until ready to wear.

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