Corsages made from Artificial Flowers
The corsage originated with the ancient Greeks, who used flowers and herbs to ward off evil spirits.
Nowadays a floral corsage is worn by ladies to special occasions like weddings, school proms, race days and balls.They may be worn on the bodice, with a pin or magnetic fastening, on a handbag or more popularly on a wrist band.
'Why choose silk flower boutonniere, buttonholes and corsages?' Fresh flowers, although beautiful, are greatly affected by temperature. When pinned to clothing or worn on the wrist the wearer's body heat will quickly cause the flowers to wilt and the precious petals to fall. Silk flower corsages and boutonniere avoid all these pitfalls without loosing anything in the beauty stakes!
Check out our new website www.decofloradesigns.co.uk for a collection of silk hair flowers, jewellery, handbags and fascinators to complete your look.
Check out our new range of silk hair flowers. A great alternative to the traditional corsage ♥
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