Wrist Corsage




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A wrist corsage is a beautiful way to wear flowers when the dress worn is strapless or is made of delicate material. It is an excellent choice for a mother of the bride, candlelighters and flower girls.

Made with purple freesia and sheer silver striped ribbon, this wristlet is outstanding when accented with rhinestones and fiber optic lights.


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This lovely corsage is made with blue-tipped rose, a blue-dyed daisy, feathery limoneum accent and imitation rhinestones and flower jewelry.



This corsage is called a composite, because the size is actually composed of more than one rose. Pulling petals off and gluing to a round cardboard frame with flower glue makes this wristlet seem like a full-blown garden rose. You must spray with a flower sealant such as Finshing Touch in order to keep the petals fresh thoughout the day.



This corsage glows with the addition of fiber optic lights. Run by a small battery, see what a pretty addition it makes to these wrist flowers.



Make a Corsage Last Longer

See the newest products available to florists for creating gorgeous corsages and boutonnieres. Did you know that using corsage picks can extend the life of your corsages? Since they don't typically have a water source, corsage work wilts more easily.

Corsage picks are soaking in water, inserted into the flower heads and wired then as normal. Instantly the life of the corsage is increased!



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