White Corsage

A white corsage is a classic. But you can see by the pictures below how different each can be!

Be sure to check out our tutorials and videos on making wedding flowers. By using the same products as a professional florist, you can also create beautiful corsages while saving money.

A white miniature (Germini) daisy creates a striking black and white wedding flower. But cut Gerberas wilt easily, so provide a water source by using corsage picks and a good misting of flower sealant.

This unusual design can be used as either a corsage or a boutonniere. With a few sprigs of white Babies Breath (we recommend using "Million Star" - you get a lot more blooms!) and cut flower stems, simply wrap with a fine colored bullion wire that coordinates with your wedding color scheme. The wire comes in a lot of different colors.

White freesia is not only beautiful - but it smells wonderful! Create a classic corsage for Mom or Grandma. You can prevent ugly snags on delicate fabric by using strong corsage magnets to attach. These magnets hold very well - but are so strong you must "slide" the magnets apart - you cannot pull them apart. (Don't allow children to play with these - they are so strong they can pinch fingers!)

A simple combination of white miniature carnations and button mums makes a sweet corsage that holds up very well - even under hot outdoor conditions. Be sure to always coat all your cut flowers with a flower sealant to help prevent wilting.

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