Corsages and Boutonnieres
Corsages and Boutonnieres play the perfect accent in the wedding. They often will be worn by family members of the bride and groom or persons of a particular status or function in the wedding party. The corsage is constructed to be worn on the wrist or pinned on the garment and usually consists of 3 to 5 or more smaller flowers that compliment the colors and flowers of the rest of the wedding. The Boutonniere is worn by gentlemen on their left lapel and usually consists of 1 to 3 flowers.
The flower crown is a complete circle joined on the back of the head, often made from babys breath or other filler type flowers and smaller blooms of flowers. These can also be done as a headband which is covered with satin ribbon, filler flower and small blooms. In addition to Flower Crowns, smaller blooms can be added to hair clips or other hair accessories.