This post is part of a DIY Wedding Flower & Decor series in partnership with Bloom Culture Flowers. In this series, we’ll be sharing expert decorating and floral advice from Alison Fleck, founder of Bloom Culture. We hope you enjoy these posts and find them as valuable as we do!xoxo, Jessica
Wedding Flower Cuffs are a modern alternative to Traditional Corsages
Bridal party flowers are a tradition that has been a part of weddings to delineate people in close relation to or special to the bride and groom. More specifically corsages are typically given to the MOB and MOG along with grandmothers and, if they have a special role or the bride and groom want to honor them, aunts, sisters, and close friends may receive a corsage too.
We get asked all the time, who is supposed to wear a corsage? The good news is that tradition isn’t such a requirement in weddings anymore. Many couples ask the recipients if they even want one! In other words, you do you, and give it to who you want to give it to (or in some cases, who asks for one… it happens!)
We wanted to show you an updated approach to a traditional corsage. Wedding corsage, but make it modern!
Supplies you’ll need:
Blooms you’ll need:
- Spray roses
- Hypericum Berry
- Leather Leaf
DIY Flower Cuff Video Tutorial
Want to see all the steps you need to follow to create your own gorgeous flower cuffs? Follow along in our Video Tutorial for an easy way to update a traditional corsage for your wedding!
Bonus Tutorial: Greenery Cuff
If you’re not into colorful florals and are going for a more natural vibe, this Greenery Cuff a fun little spin on a traditional floral-based corsage. Simple, Easy, and Beautiful!
More about Bloom Culture
If you’re considering DIY-ing your wedding decor, Bloom Culture specializes in not only wedding flowers but in making your whole reception beautiful at a price point that feels comfortable. We work with DIY brides to remove all of the guess-work; we do the hard part so you can do the fun part. We will help you set a floral budget, determine the best flower varieties to use, and how to spread them throughout your reception to make it feel impactful.
Content designed, created, and written by Alison Fleck of Bloom Culture Flowers