Here are some of the wristlets we have created this year. The trend is white roses. Have a great time.
^ white roses with light blue ribbon
^ white roses with light pink ribbon
^ red roses, daisies with white ribbon
^ white roses with gold ribbon
^ white roses with soft gold ribbon
Please support The Bella Project – a non-profit organization that provides formal dresses and accessories to high school women in Hawaii who are unable to purchase their own prom attire. A fundraiser event is happening this Friday, March 4, 2016 at Willows Restaurant. Wedding dresses will be sold at 1/2 off of retail. See you there.
Wrist corsage speak causal and fun. That’s exactly the attitude young adults want their prom night to be. Baby roses with a touch of filler is all you need to create a beautiful wristlet or wrist corsage. Each flower blossom is wired and taped before attaching to a strap. As you can see, ribbon is added to compliment the theme color. Have fun time.
Gardinea is a classic flower for a corsage.
This is made by our pikake supplier. Fragrant blossoms in the hair. What a wonderful idea! We are not sure how it would hold up since they are all floral glued to the clip. Let us know.
Bouquets and wristlets are both popular for proms. We made this gardenia wristlet last week. It speaks casual, simple and elegant. Hey, it is fragrant too.
Here is a wristlet we made this week. Baby red roses are cute on wristlets! Enjoy your prom!
Wristlet is more favorable at this year’s prom season. It certainly has its appeal. Wristlet speak casual. Here is a pink one we did this week. Have a fun time at the prom.