Unique wire and bead designs for prom

Blue and Purple Wrist corsage bracelet
The completed wire bracelet

We have been busy making these unique wire and bead designs for your wrist corsages. Since they are hand crafted with bendable wire, they provide a great fit for any size wrist.
 But where do the flowers go? 
Easy, the flowers (and ribbons if you like) are attached to the wide area just above the back of the hand.
These designs are one of a kind- no two are exactly alike.
Blue & white Prom corsage with mini Callas



Pink heart shaped wire bracelet for prom
Mermaid Cuff with green sea glass and pearl bead accents.




Pictured below is a finished wrist corsage. This order called for a smaller cluster of flowers as to not over power the details of the cuff.



Purple, black and silver wrist corsage with White roses


Twigs' prom flowers + Landa Design = STYLE

A couple days ago I discovered Landa Designs on twitter. They have beautiful gowns in their prom collections- Cire Prom and Splash Prom . Today we'll give you some tips on how to match your
prom flowers to your dress. 
 
 Try a simple white flower cuff with this dress or choose one or two exquisite blooms on the 
Cool Breeze  bracelet from Fitz Design.












This romantic white and lavender floral dress calls for an equally romantic floral design.

Sheer ribbons in lavender or white along with romantic roses or hyacinth florets and just a touch of sparkle is all that's needed to keep the design in line with the style of this gown.





 Go to Landa Designs to find out more about the prom dresses featured  and enter their Prom Dress Giveaway!

Smith Valley Prom Review

Just a quick post about a few of the Smith Valley prom flowers we made last night & this morning-
These single mini Gerbera designs turned out nice with their flirty long ribbons & center bling. each was made on a keepsake bracelet.
white Gerbera daisy wrist corsage with silver, black and red accents.


white Gerbera daisy wrist corsage with yellow ribbons.
Pink Gerbera daisy wrist corsage


love this one (below) in red and white- designed on a Laser elastic wristband with matching Laser leaves, we also used sheer red ribbon, sparkly tinsel thread, and white feathers to compliment the white roses, 
freesia and orchid blooms. 
Red and white wrist corsage with feathers.
 ....and the matching boutonniere
Red and white rose boutonniere.

Another one of my favorites- this sassy pink and black corsage using light pink spray roses and a hot pink miniature calla. Love the Zebra print ribbon on this. 

Hot pink miniature Calla wist corsage and matching boutonniere.
Below a classic blue & white set featuring white roses, orchid and freesia blooms accented 
with royal blue stripe ribbon & rhinestone sprays.
Royal blue and white corsage and matching boutonniere.

Thanks for visiting today!


Would you like ribbons with that corsage?



Only a few short years ago, very few choice were available for Prom. By far the most popular was a wrist corsage with sweetheart roses, Baby's Breath, tulle and ribbons attached to an elastic cloth band.  I'm not sure if it was popular because we really liked it or that was the only choice offered. hmmm....
Traditional white rose corsage

Today we have many more choices
more flowers
more bracelet options
more ribbon styles
or
No ribbons at all


Do you love ribbons? Check out the designs below many featuring many different ribbons together, their long streamers flowing with your every move.


Lavender, pink and green wrist corsage with trailing ribbons



Red rose & black  wrist corsage
Turquoise, black & white rose wrist corsage with Laser leaves
Cascading hearts wrist corsage- featuring soft pink roses and cynbidium orchids

Ribbons not your thing? No problem!
Check out these designs...


Lavender Vanda orchid with delicate rhinestone spray accents
Golden yellow rose corsages with orchids , grass and wire accents.
Top- miniature calla corsage with seasonal greens and wire accents. Bottom: light and variegated pink rose corsage with pearl accents.

 Instead of ribbon look how many of these designs use pearl sprays, wire or rhinestone sprays as accents.
So what would YOU choose??