Making A Mini Rose Wedding Corsage Floral Arrangement: Part 3

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Learn how to make a mini rose wedding corsage floral arrangement; get expert tips and advice on making floral designs for special occasions in this free instructional video series.

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Now that we have our little flowers put together and our bows made we are going to put them together to complete the corsage. So here I am going to use my largest flower at the bottom of the corsage and my largest ribbon. So I will put them together closely and I will use my floral tape again winding all of the way down to the bottom of the wire. I will take my next biggest flower and one of the single loop ribbons and wind that together. And I will do the same with the next one. I have 5 flowers in this corsage, you might also want to consider who you are making the corsage for, if it is a small person you might want less flowers and you might also want to consider making your corsages in a neutral color because you never know what the other people in the wedding will be wearing. And for the top one I am using my smallest flower and I am putting the single loop behind it at the top so that will be sticking up in the back. And wind it all the way down to the wire; do not let any wire stick out. So now I am going to put these together starting with the top one and arrange them together tightly and again with the florist tape wind them together. And the next one off to the side, a small corsage like this could also be used for a child. And I am using my largest flower with the largest bow at the bottom. Since they have wire on them you can pull them a little bit, spread them out or make them into a design. And then I am going to use my ribbon again, winding all the way down and overlapping, and winding slightly back up again at the bottom to leave a nice tip and tie it off so that the ribbon does not fall off. I am going to take my pen and curl the end. With a corsage of this size, I recommend putting in 2 corsage pins because you do not want it to be falling over.


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