Corsages and Buttonholes are an important part of the wedding. The button holes define the male participants in the wedding party. In addition they provide a symbol of other important family members of the wedding couple.Whilst the corsages highlight the mother’s and grandmothers of the bride and groom.
Mothers’ and grandmothers’ corsages ought to complement the flowers in the wedding party and also suit their own outfits. Corsages made from roses or orchids are $27.00 each and are made to pin onto dresses. If you wish to have a wrist corsage the prices range depending on the type of wristbands. The prices and types of wristbands can be found on the School Ball guide page of the website. Other blooms will vary in price.
Roses are a classic favorite for corsages. They suit elegant, classic and romantic style weddings. The artificial roses have a realistic feel to them without the worry of bruising that you can get with fresh flowers. They make a nice keepsake for the wearer of the wedding day.
The orchids we use are silk and have a natural white tone. They suit a variety of weddings from the classic elegant wedding through to a modern or tropical style wedding.
The following is a general guide to how buttonholes
are designed to co-ordinate all the wedding party members such as the groom, best man, groomsmen and page boy, as well as family members such as father of the bride, father of the groom, and grandfathers. A rose or orchid buttonhole as pictured are $15.00 each. Additions to the buttonhole such as extra flowers will increase the price, and pageboy buttonholes use smaller blooms and as such cost less.
The groom’s buttonhole matches the flowers in the bridal bouquet.
The best man and groomsmen’s buttonholes match the bridesmaids’ bouquets and gowns.
The pageboy buttonhole is a smaller version of the groomsmen’s buttonholes.
Fathers’ and grandfathers’ buttonholes should match each other and the bridal party.