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Golden Globe Style

 lots of great gowns this year at the annual Golden Globe awards,  I'm sure many of these styles will show up at proms in the months to come-   

Shown below is Madonna in the metallic Reem Acra gown.

Taking a cue from the color: metallic pewter, and the style: slightly vintage and feminine,
a couple choices for flowers came to mind...

Pink and Black wrist corsage for prom 2012 by Sprout

Love this Raspberry & Pewter design by Sprout Flowers in
Worcester, MA
A great compliment to this dress, it adds just a bit of color while the beaded bracelet picks up the dress color. It will look great next to the collection of bracelets she's wearing. 



 One choice for Paris' gold gown  is this Calla design 

White and Gold wrist corsage for prom by Sprout
Elegant white calla lilies and ranunculus blooms are set off by glittery gold ribbon and metallic leaves.
you can either use the pearl bracelet as shown or go with one of the new bracelets by Fitz designs.
Fabulous in Carmel.
New for prom the Fabulous line from Fitz Design-
 Another choice is this elegant gold and white wristlet below. Just three orchid blooms are all that's needed for this trio of gold wire coils.

White orchid wrist corsage for prom


The last Gown is one worn by the actress Clair Danes- 
lovely gown with nice clean lines and the dramatic back calls for a corsage or bouquet with equally clean lines- no baby's breath or lacy ribbons needed here!
Instead try this sleek plum calla design... 
Plum calla Cuff by Sprout

This bold cuff is a great match for the dress- the delicate silver wire wound around the flowers is a nice contrast. The round rhinestone accents on the leaf could be replaced with bolder silver or rhinestone square shapes to tie in with the pattern on the dress. 

Another option is this striking clutch bouquet featuring white & dyed BLACK roses 
the feathery edging is dyed silver and black tree fern.
Black and white rose bouquet for prom from House of Flowers

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  1. The "White orchid wrist corsage for prom" is from Derek Woodruff, AIFD, CF, of The Floral Underground. Could you please add that credit?

    1. Shelley- thank you for your comment & I appreciate your concern.

      The corsage you're referring to ( as well as many of the designs featured in the slides) came from the John Henry design book Prom and Homecoming flowers. I checked the credits, and the designers listed are J.M.H. Schwanke aaf, AIFD, PFCI and Kebbie Hollingsworth, AIFD

      The corsage images from those design books are available to anyone who has purchased them from the John Henry company.

      I took a peek at Derek's gallery and would love to have some of his custom designs featured here in a guest blog post!


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