Tutorial brought to you by Sarah Hackforth of Fionna Floral
Fionna Floral is a premier full service floral design company specializing in weddings and events in Northern and Central Coast California. In this DIY project, Sarah will show you how to make a corsage for a prom or a wedding in a few simple steps.
Notes from Sarah: When buying roses, gently squeeze the rose heads between your thumb and forefinger to check for firmness (if they’re soft in the center, they’ve already started to decompose). You can use floral components from your own garden for your corsage, but be sure to test their longevity by leaving a few cut test pieces out at room temperature over night.