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Corsages are a small number of flowers put together in a fashion that they can be pinned to the lapels of clothes or tied around the wrist (meant specifically for women). Boutonnieres are relatively smaller in size, often sporting one or a couple of flowers; they are to be worn, similarly, on the lapel (meant specifically for men).
Corsages and boutonnieres are generally used in wedding settings. Interestingly enough, there exists no limit as to who can wear either, be it the groom or the bride or both or members of their families, the corsages and boutonnieres do not discriminate. It is, essentially, down to the pair joining in matrimony to pick who gets to sport either of the two. There are instances when the bride and groom, in an effort to involve their guests and appreciate their presence, set up self- help corsage/boutonniere stations for the guests to make one for themselves.
Picking the right flowers, however, makes all the difference. Here’s what you can keep an eye out for:
These corsages can then be sported in a couple of different ways completely depending on your preference; go with your heart! Here are a few ways you can pick from:
Let us know how you put your fun little twists on all these!