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Designer Prom Corsages

Alright, so it's been a while since I've written. But wait.... I have a great excuse! Firstly, it was Spring Break and even a hard worker like myself needs a break now and then. Secondly, it was my birthday this month which basically gives me an excuse all month long for whatever I see fit to excuse.

That being said it's time to get crankin' on the Prom plan! Katie and I have been working hard to give you great choices. Below are some options for the guys who need a multiple choice. For the dudes that want a custom job... well, we can help them too. Here are some of the designs that Katie and I did as examples of what will be available. If these don't float your boat just answer the questions below to give us the information we need to make your prom flowers spectangulous.

Prom is right around the corner. Here are some beautiful blooms to get your brain moving.

Wristlets have come a long way. Now there are wristlets that coordinate well with diamonds, pearls and all the colors of the rainbow. These keepsake bracelets range in price from $5 to $15 and can be added to any of the below corsages for that special touch.

We call this corsage the "Hollywood". For $23 you can have this corsage with any color gerbera and ribbon accents. Be a star- order the "Hollywood".

A green fuji mum and hypericum berry with rhinestone accented lily grass makes this corsage unforgettable. Order the "Tokyo" and be envied for your edgy fashion and punchy color. Only $23 as shown.

For the hopeless romantic we offer the "Paris" corsage in any color spray roses to coordinate with your gown. Most options make this corsage affordable for only $25.

Lisianthus and spray roses complement each other with just the right amount of sparkle. The "Florence" can be ordered in most colors for only $27.

The "Rio" incorporates dendrobium orchids with greenery and ribbon accents. Timeless yet exotic for only $29 (not including premium wristlet).

My personal favorite is the "New York". Mini cymbidium orchids, brazillia and waxflower with rhinestone hat pins. What you can't see in this photo is the beautiful rhinestone wristlet. This corsage and keepsake bracelet is only $50. Or only $35 without the bracelet.
If you don't see anything you like just call us at 812-330-0586 and we'll make something just right for you. To help us out please know the answers to the following questions:
What bracelet would you like? (to see options please stop by our downtown store)
What flowers would you like?
What color flowers?
What color ribbon?
I hope this helps clarify some of you options. Corsages start at $15!! Be sure to call in advance to guarantee your flower and wristlet choices.
Looking forward to all that sparkle!!!

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Blogger Kaycee said...

Those are gorgeous! I love the Tokyo. :)

March 30, 2010 at 6:59 PM  
Blogger Kate Wilson said...

wow its so beautiful prom flowers for prom night.

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