Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Wrist Corsages for Weddings

Wrist Corsages for Weddings

On your wedding day, you will be wearing a very nice dress and suit. The ambient of the day, the air, the color, all are perfecting each other. Flowers and ribbons being decorated in such a way that it will never be forgotten. That day will be the most memorable day of your life. It is the day you are tethered to your love one, officially. Nothing to hide and nothing to boast because she will be the prettiest princess of the day. But you still need something for your family members and friends because they are the special one who love you most and love you always. When you are in your suit, let they have a very nice boutonnières and wrist corsages for weddings of yours.

Boutonnières and wrist corsages for weddings have not so much different between the normal types of wrist corsages worn on other occasion such as prom night or annual dinner. Perhaps, I should say that the different is only about who wear the wrist corsages. Wrist corsages for weddings usually worn by your sisters, mother and grandmother. Nowadays, your very close friends are included as well. Basically there are three different fashions of wrist corsage that are commonly worn on the weddings. There are pinned to the dress corsage, pinned to the purse corsage, and wrist corsage, worn at the wrist.

For the pin corsage, it is pinned to your clothes, usually near the left shoulder. However, I should say that the location is very much depends on the dress that you wear on that day. Some dress might look more enchanting if the corsage is put on the right shoulder. On the other hand, the clutch corsage is when the corsage is pinned on the purse or clutch bag. Wrist corsage, as the name suggest is worn on the wrist, traditionally left wrist. For more explanation on this, you can check my post on wrist corsage frequently ask question.

The boutonniere is meant to be worn by the husband-to-be, his father and his grandfather. However, the groom's boutonnieres can be dissimilar from the others to indicate that he is the man of the day. At the same time, make sure that it is suitable with the bride's bridal bouquet. I hope that my little explanation can clear some of your doubt about boutonnières and wrist corsages for weddings day of yours. You can read my other tips about wrist corsages on various related aspects.


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