Monday, February 28, 2011

Prom Flowers - Hot Styles!

We just did some flowers for a prom photo shoot for Baystate Parent Magazine! Hope to have some fabulous pics from them to share at some point, but in the mean time I did get a few shots in the shop.

This first set of flowers was designed to go with a very sparkly red dress with a huge ballgown skirt. We did a crystal hairband with a feather and flower accent.

The guy's boutonniere is set in a modern nest of baby's breath with a silver wire cage.

We also did a complimentary nosegay with the same red ranunculus flowers, the wire and baby's breath nest, and lots of bling!

This combo was for a white one shouldered dress with a purple and blue design splashed across it. On the left we have some peel and stick body flowers, a perfect accent for the bare shoulder, and on the right is a clip with hair flowers. Do you just love the feathery touch?!

The matching men's boutonniere also has a little wire trim on the stem.

Here we have a matching set of wrist corsage and boutonniere with green orchids and peacock feathers. The beaded bracelet is one of the newest styles for 2011 and went perfectly with the wild green and blue printed dress!

And this was our romantic set of prom flowers. Big open roses on a wrist corsage with blush feathers, and satin ribbon. Very girly.

Here you can see the amazing vintage style crystal bracelet - a completely new style for 2011! Like most of our wrist corsage bracelets, this is totally wearable after the flowers are gone. We also added a little bling nestled under the bloom.

And last but not least, a matching boutonniere for his lapel!


Stems said...

wow wow wow
I just love all of these.
You do amazing art.

Sprout said...

Thanks! Since these were for a photo shoot they were a little more on the fantasy side - now to convince kids & moms that they don't have to have a blob of tiny roses in a fluffy bow!

Yvonne said...

Awesome! Wish I could go to prom again!

Yvonne @ Mayesh Wholesale


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