Mar 3 2020
Floral Wrist Corsages for Bridesmaid
Flowers share a very long association with weddings. They are not only used to decorate the venue, but a Christian bride also carries a bouquet with her while a Hindu or a Muslim bride adorns her hair with flowers.
Not only the brides but also the bridesmaids carry the bouquets at the weddings. But for a change, you can have your bridesmaids wear a wrist corsage instead of a bouquet.
Making your bridesmaids wear wrist corsages is not only refreshing, but they also would save some money (corsages need fewer flowers than bouquets).
You can select the flowers according to the bridesmaids' dress colour. You can also create one yourself to make it more personal. Here is a simple DIY method.
Things you need
Flowers with leaves as per your choice or according to the dress colour.
Green floral tape
Green colour tape
First, select the flowers you want on your corsage. We would like to give you a little bit of advice here, it would be better if you select flowers in at least three different colours which complement each other. Cut the flowers into the same length.
Wrap the stems of the flowers with green coloured floral tape. Now make a bundle of the flowers and wrap them together using the floral tape.
Take the ribbon and cut it according to the length. Cut wisely as you need to tie it around the wrist. Don't forget to let a few inches extra to trail after the bow.
Now take the bunch of flowers and stick it to the middle of the ribbon using the tape. To secure it more and to hide the tape you can tie a bow around the stem with an extra piece of the ribbon.
You can also stick the flower bunch to a pearl bracelet instead of the ribbon.
Here your DIY floral wrist corsage is ready to use.