A very nice, traditional mixed flower shoulder corsage. We can make these to coordinate with any color scheme.

This is a lovely mixed flower boutonniere. This one was made for the Groom, from flowers taken from the Bride bouquet. I love the silver-gray-green of the Dusty Miller foliage.

Gladiola floret, with a gerbera daisy inside, topped by a hypericum berry, with a rolled variegated leaf.

This one starts with white mini calla, backed by a Stargazer lily petal, wrapped in a leaf, stuffed with a liatris top, surrounded by a gladiola floret.

The next three corsages/bouts were made for someone that needed something unusual for a luncheon. These are all made from parts and pieces of flowers, with assorted foliages, berries, etc. We have fun designing out of the box.

This corsage is constructed a little differently, using a ribbon as a tie rather than using a bracelet. This works well, though sometimes may continue to come loose throughout the time it's worn. The flowers are a lovely green cymbidium orchid accented with green poms and kiwi vine.

Here's a bright corsage. The bracelet is a great way to bring in the bright colors you need. Ask about the bracelet colors we have available. Call ahead with your color needs, then if you'd like, bring your dress in to compare.

Here, Sabrina is showing off a beautiful wrist corsage of blue delphinium, a white dendrobium orchid and a white spray rose, accented with seeded eucalyptus and pitt.

White spray roses, a touch of seeded eucalyptus and pittisporum on our new Icy Mint, gumdrop bracelet. Darling!

Alstroemeria is a hit in this wrist corsage. We can custom design your corsage in any colors, to co-ordinate with your gown.

Here we have two contemporary mini calla lily bouts. The bride requested that we tint them black. We also added an accent stripe of red ribbon.

Single rose boutonnieres and a single rose corsage. They are accented with red hypericum berries, we've wrapped the stems in chocolate satin ribbon.

Single white standard rose bout. and a small bout made from a tiny spray rose blossom. The smaller one is a great size to use  for the Ring Bearer.

Shown is a single rose bout. and a clutch. The clutches of late are taking the place of shoulder corsages for mothers and grandmothers. They are basically the same size as a shoulder corsage, but rather than wear them, they are held in the fingers.

These two boutonnieres co-ordinate with the corsages at the right. These classic styles are still very popular.

These are two very traditional corsages. The one on the left is a single Phalaenopsis orchid, with greens and a bow, and the one on the right is made from several white dendrobium orchid blossoms.

We've used the same apple green wire to accent these green dendrobium orchids.

corsages and boutonnieres