Corsages can have all the detail and glamour of a bouquet, but on a miniature scale. Here glitter and wire transform just a few petals and leaves into something eyecatching and interesting.
are always the epitome of elegance, and this corsage combines pearls and wire with senecio
foliage to create something elegant, yet undeniably masculine.
An option for brides who don't want to carry a bouquet is a beautifully delicate wrist corsage. Your florist will have access to a huge range of bracelets that are not only designed to have flowers attached, but are a gorgeous piece of jewellery in their own right that you can continue to wear and keep as a souvenir. This corsage uses the heart-shaped leaves of ceropegia woodii
attached individually to dangling strands of wire.
Corsages are a good option for brides who just want something subtle and simple, perhaps if you have a slight figure and don't want to hide behind a mass of lilies!
Your florist will know how to build a corsage that will look lovely all day, even out of something as delicate as individual hyacinth
florets and rose petals.
Corsages don't have to just be for the bride and groom, they are a great way for other significant guests, for example the mother of the bride, to wear flowers in a tasteful and chic way. This one uses freesia
, so will smell wonderful too!
Orchids are a traditional corsage choice because not only do they look exotic and beautiful but last a long time out of water. Celosia is a more unusual choice with a fascinating texture.
Being small in size means you can use some big colours!
Simple designs for men who don't want anything too floral!
You can add a seasonal element with your choice of berries or folige; small details that make all the difference.