After the post last week about different corsage ideas, I found a few more wrist corsages (on the left) that were interesting. I think they could help spark some creative thinking about how to design some wrist corsages. They remind you that are not so limited to just selecting which flowers to use, but how to accent the corsage and how to use leaves, other flowers, and materials for the band. Any of these could work for a wedding or for prom. The first and last ones are definitely an out-of-the-box designs. I love the idea of using the craspedia (also know as billy buttons or woollyheads) as the band and the use of the anthurium for focal point. For more information click here.
On the right you can see some recent prom corsages that we have made up. They are made with roses and dendrobium orchids and sprinkled with succulents, grape hyacinth, wax flowers, and greens. The band on the first corsage is made from a strand of pearls! The band for the middle corsage is a "diamond" band - really Austrian crystals!