How To Create Prom Flowers That Rock!

Last Updated on November 3, 2022

If you want to create prom flowers that are truly unique, watch this video. It's easy once you know these secrets.

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If you are seriously looking to create prom flowers that are truly unique and easy to make, then be sure to check out this video from the Floriology Institute.

Designer Anthony Swick demonstrates how to put together three fabulous prom flower designs, including a wrist corsage, boutonniere, and a hand-held bouquet.

Imagine how quickly and easily you can create prom flowers as stunning as these by simply implementing a few of the many insider tips, tricks, and shortcuts revealed here.

Heck, I even learned a few things I didn’t know before! Who said you couldn’t teach an old dog new tricks?

Even though I don’t usually like to post lengthy videos, I think you will enjoy this one, especially if you want to create prom flowers that rock!

Take a few minutes to watch it and see if you feel the same way that I do.

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I hope you enjoyed the video and can’t wait to try out these ideas. Admittedly, this video is geared more toward floral professionals who sell corsages, boutonnieres, and related products in their shops for many different occasions, but the tips shared can also benefit DIYers who want to increase their corsage design skills.

Here’s Where to Find Everything You’ll Need

The flowers used in this video are easy to find. You can buy small consumer bunches of spray roses, baby’s breath, and Limonium in most supermarket floral departments. Cut orchids are usually unavailable, but you can find blooming mini orchid plants for sale everywhere today.

Purchase one with 3 – 5 blooms, and you’ll have enough for a corsage and matching boutonniere.

All of the supplies, including the Fitz Design products, corsage glue, Uglu strips, aluminum wire and beaded wire can be found on Amazon.

If you need floral tools, this post covers some of the basics you should have.

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