Today I am sharing the floral design work I did last week for some very special young ladies, one of whom
is my granddaughter. I was thrilled to be a small part of her special day. It all started with my daughter-in-law,
Jessica, calling me a few weeks ago and asking if I would be willing to make four wrist corsages for Julia and her
friends. I said, “Yes!” immediately. I was thrilled!
These photos were quickly taken of the corsages as I was getting them ready to be delivered.
I apologize that they are not more professional-looking but, I was on a tight schedule that day.
I needed to get the corsages to their destination on time!
It was requested that the corsages be in the colors of white, cream and blush. Spray roses provided the blush color.
White ranunculus and “berries” from my leucothoe shrub provided the white and cream colors.
Italian and Israeli Ruscus provided the greenery along with a filler flower that I have forgotten the name of.
The ribbon was ivory.
The town was Amesbury, Massachusetts and the pre-prom photos were taken along the Merrimac River.
My granddaughter, Julia, was getting her picture taken by her friend, Anna.
And, here are all the beautiful ladies setting off for their prom~