flower corsage

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This flower corsage can be created with the wired method or the newer, glued method and can be worn on the shoulder or on the wrist.  To create more of a contrast, substitute other flower varieties for some of the carnations.

This design was done using the wire and tape method.   Check out this step by step tutorial if you need detailed instructions.  You can also check out the Quick Designing Tips at the bottom of this page.

You'll need the following fresh flowers and florist supplies to create this look:

Begin by checking out the correct procedure for processing your wholesale flowers upon arrival.  Treating your flowers as a florist would will keep them fresh up to and through your wedding day.

Wire and tape all your flowers if using as a shoulder corsage, but use Oasis Floral Adhesive if you are gluing it to a wrist bracelet.  Hot melt will hurt the flowers and becomes brittle in refrigeration.  Flower adhesive is gentler to flowers and withstands both refrigeration and moisture conditions.

Always finish by misting with a flower sealant and storing in a refrigerator once it has dried.

If you need more guidance on designing corsages, be sure to browse through the step by step flower tutorials found in the beginning Corsage Galleries.

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