Add some *ZING* to Your Prom Flowers!

Ho-hum, white roses,.. again?
#1 - Don't be afraid to work with colorful flowers.
Just like the newest looks in prom dress are featuring bold patterns and vibrant tones, your flowers can have the same personality. This lovely couple wanted a little *pop* of color against their simple black attire. Tinted blue orchids added that fun accent they were looking for!
 


Blue orchid wrist corsage
Blue orchid boutonnere

 
A tropical themed dress begs for some hot tropical colored flowers. This matching set of mini carnations and mini Phalenopsis orchids and the FABULOUS new Sashaba tie dyed rose makes a colorful and fun statement.


Orchid and tie dye Sashaba rose
Even though we are seeing more couples opt for new flower varieties (alstromeria, freesia, mini callas, & mmmm orchids) many still opt for the classic white sweetheart rose corsage. Not to worry, you can still add some personality to these simple blooms with glittery accents, painted tips, & sparkle.
Aqua glitter tipped white sweetheart rose boutonnere
White rose boutonniere with aqua glitter tip accent. No there are no aqua flowers but, yes - we can compliment this popular color very well!
White aqua glitter tipped roses with crystal accents
Aqua glittered white sweetheart roses with Matching  sheer aqua ribbon and crystal accents. A terrific rhinestone bracelet was added as keepsake gift for this lucky girl!

White sweetheart rose wristlet with decorative wire accent. Just a touch of crazy wire adds a little something that takes this corsage out of the 'ordinary' category.

White rose wrist corsage with purple wire and ribbon accents
 
Whether your look is bold and contemporary or traditional and classic, add some personality to 
your prom flowers. 
After all,.. they should reflect YOU!

Purple glitter tipped roses. Fun!




Tracy D'Amico
257 South Main St (route 9)
Barnegat, NJ  08005
609.607.9013

2 comments:

  1. I became a follower of your blog, it is dedicated to flowers, but from another point of view different from most florists. Good blog!
    Greetings from Spain.

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  2. Thank you both for the nice comments. Glad to have you as a follower Soportales8! What can you tell us about proms in Spain? Has this part of American culture made it over there yet?

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