This flower corsage is made of dainty sweetheart roses. The flower heads are smaller than standard roses, yet a single bloom on a stem as spray roses have several heads and buds.
For this design, you'll need the following fresh flowers and florist supplies:
Fresh Flowers and Greenery:
This lovely set of rose corsage and matching boutonniere is simple to make. If you haven't designed flowers before, check out the beginning galleries for both boutonniere and corsages. Step by step photos guide you through from wiring and taping as well as the newer method of gluing corsages.
Always be sure to use fresh flower food and the flower sealants, such as Finishing Touch or Crowning Glory. The importance of these products are explained in the detailed tutorial on how to process your wholesale flowers upon arrival.
There are quick design tips and links to the different methods of flower corsage tutorials. Be sure to check out the boutonniere designs as well. You can find links to different products used by flower shops all around the country.