Wrist Corsage 10/01/2008

Nothing is too small to be ignored in a wedding. And definitely not the wrist corsage for your bridesmaid. I chanced upon this site totally dedicated to Wrist Corsage and boy, am I impressed. Brides who want to be free of holding the bouquet can consider a gorgeous wrist corsage instead. Currently, I do still have a corsage as a door handle decoration in my house.


No bride is complete without two things, the groom and the bouquet. For the practical ladies who feel that fresh flower bouquets are a waste since they'll wilt, perhaps clay flowers will do the job. Add some bling to it and it can be a momento on your living room console.

A stephanotis boquet with over 130 of them, accented with Swarovski crystals! From DK Designs.


I thought this one makes a very unique corsage for the bridesmaids and can be a gift token to them too. It can record up to 10 seconds. And definitely more personalized than flowers.


No, not the gunpowder kind but the harmless and sweet rose petal cannons. In our own attempt to cut cost, we were exploring DIY methods and chanced upon Simply Rose Petals. Something like party poppers, just imagine the sprays of rose petals with the glorious festive sound of pop pop pop!
One thing about the rose petals is that they won't stain and perfectly eco-friendly, being 100% biodegradable.

FAQ I got from the site
How many Rose Petal Cannons do I need?
For a good photographic effect we recommend 3 to 6 cannons. Most couples like to treat the bridal party or close family members to a cannon.
Do the Rose Petal Cannons make a loud noise?
The cannons make a bit of a bang when they are released but it is not loud enough to scare anyone.
Can you release the Rose Petal Cannons more than once?
No. The Rose Petal Cannons are single release only.
When should we release the Rose Petal Cannons?
Typically you release the cannons when you exit the ceremony or during the photo shoot. However, many couples have released them when they're kissing at the alter, cutting the cake, announcing their arrival, during the bridal waltz or for the proposal.
TIP: make sure you let your photographer know that you're using the cannons so he/she can capture their release on film.


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