In this series of expert videos, you will about floral design and learn how to create your own boutonniere, corsage, how to use ribbon and wire in floral design, an how to cut fresh flower stems. Part 1 of 7 - How to Make your own corsages & boutonnieres. Make your own corsage ...more
Make Your Own Corsages & Boutonnieres
Silk corsages and boutonnieres are great keepsakes to remember your special occasion. Learn how to make corsages and boutonnieres with silk flowers in this free crafting video series. Part 1 of 15 - How to Make silk corsages and boutonnieres. Make silk corsages and boutonniere ...more
Learn how to make corsages and boutonnieres as well as tips on cutting flower stems and using floral wire in these free instructional videos on homecoming flower designs. Part 1 of 7 - How to Make wrist corsages and boutonnieres. Make wrist corsages and boutonnieres - Part 2 o ...more
Look, I like DIY project as much as the next girl but on your wedding day why skimp and DIY when there are honest affordable florists out there. Seriously I did my entire wedding floral arrangements for under $800 and that was a lot of flowers (Bouquets, corsages, boutonnieres ...more
Sandy from Afloral.com shows you how to make a flower corsage with this floral arrangement tutorial. Learn how to create a single, double, and triple flower corsage. These corsages are perfect for a wedding, prom, or any formal event. Watch this how to video and you will be ma ...more
A boutonniere is a body flower worn by a man on his left lapel to recognize him for a particular function. Watch this video tutorial for instructions on how to make a boutonniere.
In this flower arrangement tutorial, Jane from Afloral.com shows you the different calla lily stems available, as well as how to make a calla lily boutonniere or corsage. This boutonniere is a great accessory for the prom, a wedding or any other formal occassion. Watch this ho ...more
Scrabble Bingo of the Day: NOSEGAY [n] A nosegay is simply a bouquet of flowers, typically given as gifts. It comes from Middle English, from the words nose and gay, which in this case means brightly colored and showy. It does not reference homosexuality; the modern sense of ...more
In this floral arrangement tutorial, Sandy from Afloral shows you how to create a boutonniere. Learn how to create a single, double and triple flower versions of the boutonniere. Watch this how to video and you can create your own boutonniere at home.
Ah, your mom’s wedding gown. You know – that 1980’s polyester monstrosity with poofy shoulders so large they’d darned near swallow your whole face that’s lurking in your folks’ basement? Yeah, that one. Well, kiddo, she kept that for you to wear on your big day. That’s right. ...more
When you need an eye-catching boutonniere for a special occasion, you don't have to spend a fortune at the florist. Make your own! You Will Need * A small flower * Scissors or wire cutters * One bunch baby's breath * One piece floral greenery * Green flower tape * ¼-inch silk ...more
In this how to video, Sandy from Afloral.com shows you how to use accessories for corsage and boutonnieres. There are several accessories that you can attach a corsage to such as the wristlet and a bracelet. Watch this tutorial and you will be wearing your flowers with style i ...more
With the new year right around the corner, it's time to talk about the end of the 19th century, a time which plays an enormous role in Steampunk. If you've done any reading of British books written from about 1890 to 1899, you may have come across the phrase 'fin de siecle' an ...more