Tuesday, 23 October 2012

Cute, Cuter, Corsages for Bridesmaids

Until recently the corsage was considered to be incredibly outdated and way too traditional to be in fashion. However with the rise of the vintage trend, this lovely wrist or chest adornment has quickly gained favour and lately we've been seeing it everywhere. Many brides choose a corsage instead of bouquet as it leaves your hands free to interact with guests and truly enjoy the day without feeling restricted. If you're not exactly excited about the idea of chucking your bouquet, why not let your bridesmaids wear corsages instead of bouquets?

These days there are plenty of innovative ways to give the humble wrist corsage a breathtaking face lift:

• Instead of carrying a single clump of flowers on your wrist, ask your florist to design one that runs higher up your arm, even to your elbow if you like.
• Have your designer make a fabric corsage using the same type of fabric as used for your bridesmaid dress. When done correctly, this can be incredibly striking.
• Forget the flowers and rather wear a fabric rosette or two.

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