A brand new week = a new Ask Emmaline question! This question came in from Samantha who wants to know: where can I buy a corsage? She writes,
“Hi Emmaline Bride! I was wondering where I can find wedding corsages for my mom for my wedding. I would like it to have red flowers, if possible. Do you know where I can buy a corsage or wedding corsage ideas? Thanks!”
Great question, Samantha! I love the look of handmade corsages, as they last forever. A fresh flower corsage is available from your florist, but handmade alternatives are just as beautiful (and they don’t require any care leading up to and following the wedding day — yay!) Since she’ll love to hold on to this heirloom keepsake for years to come, here are a few inspiring wedding corsage ideas to consider.
Wedding Corsage Ideas
1. Red sola flower corsage
Here’s a red sola flower corsage we spotted for you, Samantha! It is made with sola flowers and dyed in red, just as requested. By PineandPetalWeddings.
2. Book page corsage
A delightful ribbon-tie corsage made from your favorite book pages. By Diddlebug Arts.
3. Feather wedding corsage
This beautiful feather corsage is ideal for a Great Gatsby inspired wedding. By BlueSkyHorizons.
See it here.
4. Wrist corsage bracelet
This beautiful corsage is placed on an easy-to-wear comfortable jute bracelet. By ZazaofCanada.
5. Floral wrist corsage
This wedding corsage is made of stunning fuchsia and plum flowers. By TwiningVines.
Buy yours here.
6. Wrist corsage bracelet
This corsage wraps around with a ribbon and features a sola flower and faux pearl. By FlowerCoterie.
Get yours here.
7. Pearl beaded wrist corsage
This stunning corsage features pearl beads for comfortable, all-day wear. The flowers here look stunning! By The Backyard Gardener.
8. Sunflower wedding corsage
See it here.
9. Burgundy and navy wedding corsage
This is a lovely corsage and there’s even a matching boutonniere you can get! By Olga’s Creative Studio.
And these are just a few examples of wedding corsage ideas! I hope one of these sparks your interest; you can buy real flower corsages from your florist. But if you like the idea of buying one now that she can keep forever, one of these handmade options is a great choice.
Hope it helps + thanks for writing!