One of my top 10 goals as a florist is to help bring corsage design into the 21st century. I take lots of inspiration from other fabulous florists that regularly make floral jewelry, such as Francoise Weeks and Passionflower.
The below wrist corsage is made out of ranunculus, dusty miller, wax flower, seeded eucalyptus, succulents, and spray roses. I find that ranunculus are particularly well-suited for corsage work because they have a shallow head. This corsage was made on a pearl wristlet that stretches to accommodate different sizes of wrists.
Spray roses – especially garden spray roses – are also good for corsage work. The below photo features a lavender garden spray rose, a white ranunculus, and a blush ranunculus with touches of dusty miller foliage. It is made on a metal cuff, which gives it a more modern look.