Unique Wedding Corsages

Posted in: Wedding Decorations by Postolache Ana-Maria | April 26th 2012 | no comments

The wedding occasion is a nice and flattering opportunity for a bride and her bridesmaids to look fabulous. All the things she can plan for her girls, for her mother and other important guests of the wedding are all based on aesthetics and uniqueness. The flowers are by far the most beautiful items to play with when creating the decorations and arrangements for the bridal party and wedding site. You will need flowers for your own bouquet, for the bridesmaids’ bouquets, for the boutonnieres and corsages.

These are among the most important items to plan for the ceremony. This process is even more exciting because there are colors to choose from and original designs. We should stop today at wedding corsages and see a few unique arrangements we found on Martha Stewart’s website. These lovely corsages feature various designs inspired by modern weddings. For those who don’t know, corsages are small arrangements of flowers worn at weddings in general. These types of decorations can be seen in other formal events, but they are specific for weddings. It’s customary for women and ladies from the bride and groom’s families and perhaps among the guests to wear corsages.

Unique Wedding Corsages (Source: marthastewartweddings.com)

Unique Wedding Corsages (Source: marthastewartweddings.com)

These tiny arrangements can be worn on the writs or pinned the outfits. The most important thing you should know about corsages is that they can be made out of any type of flower or material. It doesn’t have to be a real flower corsage if you don’t want anything too conventional. Non-traditional brides can choose fabric corsages, like in the last pictures for the ladies.

Unique Wedding Corsages (Source: marthastewartweddings.com)

Unique Wedding Corsages (Source: marthastewartweddings.com)

This is the case of those who are having a vintage or really modern wedding. The fabric decorations are very trendy in weddings at this point and it seems that more and more couples and considering them for their wedding. It’s hip to use other items instead of flowers for the corsages, boutonnieres and even for the bouquets.

Unique Wedding Corsages (Source: marthastewartweddings.com)

Unique Wedding Corsages (Source: marthastewartweddings.com)

Choosing the most adequate material depends on the theme or style of the wedding. But let’s see what designs we brought here for you. The first corsage is made of a real flower and fabric. The gorgeous sunset rose bloom is beautifully attached to an elasticized ribbon that makes the entire arrangement look very chic and contemporary. The orange and green color combo is fresh and eye-catchy. This type of wrist corsage is ideal for summer or outdoors weddings in general.

Unique Wedding Corsages (Source: marthastewartweddings.com)

Unique Wedding Corsages (Source: marthastewartweddings.com)

Those who don’t want to pin their gowns and ruin its texture can choose a wrist corsage. The bride can choose unique small corsages for guests as a warm welcome to their wedding or as wedding favors. In the second picture you can see a myriad of corsages crafted from floral fabric. These DIY details are ideal for personalized weddings and for those who want to incorporate more of their favorite accents into the ceremony. The next corsage is made of crepe paper.The last arrangement can be used as a corsage or as a hair band. The flowers are made from silk.

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