Paper flowers in bright orange with a hint of turquoise blue glitter added to the ends. Mini rolled flowers to pull out the turquoise from the dress.
All set on a beaded bracelet.
And here is a close up of the brown suede ribbon I used. As you can see in Erin's dress below the bodice of her dress had brown suede/leather accents.
What a great looking couple.
That is so perfect with her dress! And something that she will be able to keep and have look great for years to come. (Unlike all of my old prom corsages that are crumbled to dust in the pages of a book somewhere...)ReplyDelete
Ditto Alice. Not even sure I could find mine.Delete
This is gorgeous, my friend! Enjoying seeing your new creations. :)ReplyDelete
Thanks Leslie, I have been having so much fun creating these pieces. Love seeing my work hanging on the arm a a very pretty young lady.Delete
Matches perfectly! So cute!ReplyDelete
That is so perfect. An unusual corsage to go with an unusual dress. Thanks for sharing your beautiful creations.ReplyDelete
We bought Erin's dress at a wonderful boutique in Maui because it (and everything in the store) was so different. I warned her that no one would be wearing a dress like that and was thrilled that she really wanted it! When I saw your corsage, I just couldn't believe it. So stunning. So perfect. Thank you! It made everything all the more special.
what an amazing post that I have ever come through.ReplyDelete
You are so talented!ReplyDelete