Announcing our Boutonniere and Corsage Contest! Our last contest we had a huge turnout! Enter to win!Read More
Learn how to create your own boutonnieres and corsages! Bring your date and create matching sets!Read More
Enter our Boutonniere & Corsage Contest with a chance to win $500! Top 10 winners will receive $50 worth of product! You could even be featured in Florist Review Magazine!Read More
Corsages and boutonnieres are essential for all school dances. What is a boutonniere? A boutonniere, named after the French word for buttonhole, is usually a single flower or small cluster of flowers that is worn on the left lapel of a man’s formal jacket or shirt.Read More
Attaching a corsage or boutonniere can be a very frustrating and uncomfortable situation for guys and gals. Are you tired of getting poked by the traditional straight pin and ending up with crooked flowers and ruined clothing? That’s why Boutonniere Buddy Pins were invPinsented. Attaching a boutonniere should be enjoyable, not difficult.Read More
Your flowers will be one of the most photographed details of your wedding or special event, so it's important to pick flowers that truly fit your style. For a wedding corsage, consider matching the bridal bouquet. The flowers don’t need to be perfectly matched, as long as there is a common element. Take into account what color the person is wearing and any jewelry. Be creative!
A corsage is a decorative floral arrangement similar to a boutonniere except that it is designed for female guests. A corsage is typically larger and has more flowers than a boutonniere. They may be worn on the wrist or attached to the collar, slightly below the shoulder line.Read More
Your flowers will be one of the most photographed details of your wedding or special event, so it's important to pick flowers that truly fit your style. For a wedding boutonniere, consider matching a rose or blooms from the bridal bouquet. The flowers don’t need to be perfectly matched, as long as there is a common element.Read More