Prom Flowers 2024 – Bling’s Still The Thing!

Last Updated on February 25, 2024

With prom season just around the corner, you may be interested in checking out the latest trends in prom flowers this year.

prom corsage

With prom season just around the corner, some of you may be interested in what’s trending in prom flowers this year. From everything I’ve seen, read, and heard, it will again be about the “bling” but with a few interesting new twists.

The Pantone Color Institute chose Viva Magenta as its color of the year last year, so look for this eye-catching hue in prom flower designs this season. Peach Fuzz is the 2024 color of the year, so this will likely be a hot color for proms this year too.

What Promgoers Will Be Wearing

Floral designers looking for inspiration should look at the latest prom dress trends. Boho-chic, corsets, feathers, and sequins are all popular right now.

When it comes to colors, think bright and bold. Neon pink, yellow, orange, fuchsia, and lime top the list. Barbie Doll pink and peacock teal are also popular.

If bright isn’t your style, pastels like light blue, periwinkle, and lilac are also trending. If you’re feeling adventurous, try newer shades like wine, slate blue, and gold.

Fashion flower jewelry will be front and center again this year, from new styles of beaded and jeweled bracelets to all types of unusual accents.

Here’s a short video showcasing this season’s latest prom flower design trends. I think you’re going to come away with a few ideas. Take a look and see!

Awesome corsage ideas. I hope you enjoyed it!

Many of the floral bracelets, accessories, and accents featured in the video are from Fitz Design, the hottest product line for proms and weddings used today by floral professionals.

If you are considering making a corsage for yourself, you can find a great selection of their corsage bracelets on Amazon.

And while we’re on the subject, the flowers used in the corsages and boutonnieres, including dendrobium orchids, can easily be ordered from your local florist.

I recommend doing that since you only need a handful of high-quality blooms.

That said, there are several more posts I’ve come across that feature some unique floral ideas using some of the new fashion flower jewelry and accessories that might interest you.

Latest Prom Trends

blue wrist corsage

What flowers are you considering for prom? Check out these cool pics for some inspiration for your big night.

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Prom Flowers We Love

boutonniere with orchids

Prom flowers have traditionally been corsages and boutonnieres, but today’s wearable flowers now include floral bracelets, rings, crowns, pendants, and earrings.

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Prom Flower Ideas: The Motherlode

lavender wrist corsage

If you want to overdose on prom flower ideas, check out Pinterest. You definitely will get more ideas than you will ever need.

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Prom Flowers: Would You Like Ribbons With That Corsage?

Prom flowers have come a long way in recent years, providing various options to make your night special. One classic option is the wrist corsage, featuring sweetheart roses, Baby’s Breath, and tulle, all tied together with ribbons and attached to an elastic wristlet.

Whether you opt for this traditional choice or something more unique, you can now make your Prom look truly one-of-a-kind. Don’t forget to ask if you’d like ribbons to accompany your corsage!

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Greg Johnson

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