Corsages For Prom
Corsages For Prom are small bouquets of beautiful flowers. Girl students like to wear corsages during end of the year prom night gathering. Likewise, the guy students will wear boutonnieres to match their girl school mates.
Do not underestimate the power of these small bouquets of flowers. Although they are small, their underlying intentions and meanings are powerful and have helped to foster a stronger bond or relationship among the audiences and the host of the night. Almost everyone loves beautiful flowers. Their beauties make the atmosphere loosen, light, relax and fun filled which many other things cannot give.
In my opinion, there are no other better words to describe the wonder of corsages other than they are a ‘ universal messenger of love ‘. They are suitable for all ages and all sexes. Whenever there is love, all good tidings and blessings will come.
If you are looking for corsages for prom, here are some guides and tips to share with you.
Promenade or prom night is a big gathering or events among the high school students especially in United States and Canada. They are usually held somewhere near the end of the junior and senior year. It can be called a Junior Prom Night or a Senior Prom Night. Foods, dances and games are held throughout the night. The guys will be in their best black or white formal attires with bow ties, vests and boutonnieres. The girls will wear their favorite petite traditional dresses with prom corsages decorated with their favorite flowers. Guys and girls who like each other tend to wear matching boutonnieres and corsages.
The biggest event of the prom night, is to identify a new Prom king and Prom queen. It is a great honor to be installed as the new king and queen of prom night. It is not easy to win the contest. You are subjected to various criteria which include look, dressing, friendliness, wits and personal charm in order to win.
Besides prom nights, corsage is also used to identify a special person during events, parties and functions.
For example, in a big party where a lot of guests are invited, the host, family members and helpers wore corsages so that the guests can identify them easily.
In business function such as a signing ceremony, the host, the partners, staff and invited VIPs are given corsages so that the attendees can identify them.
In a special occasion like wedding, anniversary of valentine day, the leading ladies wore corsages to enhance their appearances and looked special. They are also very suitable for celebration of homecoming, family or friends get together, parties and birthday.
Corsages come in various styles but in three common forms such as:
Wrist corsage is probably the most sophisticated among the three types of corsages. It is a small bouquet of beautiful flowers that are wore on the wrist of the hand. The purpose of it is to tell the invited guests or attendees that that the wearers are people holding special statuses or roles during an event such as wedding function, prom night, dinner and party.
The wearers can be the bride, bride maids, host of an event, staff of a business function, invited VIPs, usherettes, contestants in a competition and so no.
Beside providing identification, wrist corsages are also great to enhance appearances and to attract attention. I love wearing and seeing people wrist corsages. The design need not be complicated to attract the attention that you wanted. Even just a simple flower design would be great.
These corsages are pinned on the dresses of the wearers with the stem facing downward. The purposes of wearing them are very similar to the wrist corsages. Among the two, pinned-on corsages are more suitable for official functions or events like business signing ceremony, charity dinner and business launch,.
Different people have different ways of wearing the corsages. Some women pinned it near their waists, on the top of their shoulder or around their breast area.
If you intend to wear one but not sure where, you can follow met. I like to wear it on the left side of my dress on an appropriate area somewhere below the collar bone.
I enjoyed wearing pinned-on corsages to parties and private functions. I find that it could make my plain dress looks outstanding. Wearing it also help to set my mood for the occasion.
These corsage is just like a small bouquet of flowers. They look very ordinary and usually held by women during special occasions such a wedding function, engagement and valentine day.
A corsage, while originally referring to the bodice of a dress, is a small bouquet worn by a woman at the waist, on the shoulder or on the wrist. Ancient Greeks were the first to use corsages in weddings, as a way to keep evil spirits from the ceremony. The bride and other members of the wedding party would hold or pin flowers to their clothing to protect themselves. Today, corsages are used in many ceremonies as a way to celebrate the occasion or give special attention to the recipient. Almost any flower can be used in a corsage, but there are some that are considered more traditional.
I love to see brides holding corsages. I find hand-held corsages very beautiful and bewitching. It makes the bride looking extraordinary and make the occasion grand.
Flowers And Meanings
Not all flowers are suitable for making into corsages. Flowers that are delicate, beautiful, bright and carry special messages are suitable for making corsages..During the Victorian times, certain flowers were used as a symbols and gestures to communicate messages to the recipients. The messages vary in accordance with the types and colors of the flowers. given special
For examples, a corsage with :
1. Cymbidium Orchid symbolizes love and refinement.
2. Red rose symbolizes love, desire and everlasting, pink rose symbolizes love and grace and yellow rose for friendship.
3. Carnation symbolizes pure love and innocence.
4. Calla lily symbolizes purity and innocence.
5. Chrysanthemum symbolizes true and loyalty.
You can see that studying flowers is not a quick and easy knowledge that can be acquired overnight. You need a lot of patience, observations and some knowledge of the flower histories and origins in order to excel in the field. Besides carrying meanings, flowers are also Certain flowers are also assigned with a series of birth months. I have drew below a list of flowers with their respective birth months.
January – Carnation
February – Iris and Violet
March – Daffodil
April – Daisy and Peonies.
May – Lily, Lily of the Valley
June – Rose
July – Delphinium
August – Dahlia, Gladiolus
September – Aster, Forget-me-not
October – Calendula (aka Marigold)
November – Chrysanthemum
December – Poinsettia, Holly, Narcissus, Paperwhite
If you intend to get Corsages for Prom but at lost at what to get, you can seek advices from your florists. An experienced florists would be able to help you to choose corsage for prom that is suitable for your purpose.