flower corsages

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This flower corsage mimics a small nosegay that is pinned on a shoulder.  The colors can easily be changed to match your own wedding color palette.

To create this flower design, you need the following flowers and florist supplies:

Flower design always starts with proper processing of your wholesale flowers immediately upon arrival.  Don't ignore the suggested flower products.  They go a long way towards increasing the life of your fresh flowers and are very affordable.

Wire and tape each individual flower.  Tape the stems together, clustering a few berries around each flower head.  Tuck the Galax leaf on all sides and tape onto the flower stems.  If you wish, tape rhinestones, pearls or other flower jewels before adding the galax leaves.

Wire and tape all flowers and foliage arranging them into desired corsage shape. Secure with floral tape and accent with spray rhinestones or looped pearls.   Spray entire arrangement with a flower sealant such as Clear Crowning or Finishing Touch, making sure to completely coat the fronts and backs of the flowers.  Allow the corsage to dry and then refrigerate until needed on the wedding day.

If you need more detailed help with design techniques, be sure to either check out the quick links below or the first two Galleries of the corsage.

fast corsage design links

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