Slap Bracelet Wrist Corsage
Slap Bracelet Wrist Corsage
Slap Bracelet Wrist Corsage
Slap Bracelet Wrist Corsage
Slap Bracelet Wrist Corsage
Slap Bracelet Wrist Corsage
Slap Bracelet Wrist Corsage
Slap Bracelet Wrist Corsage
Slap Bracelet Wrist Corsage
Slap Bracelet Wrist Corsage
Slap Bracelet Wrist Corsage
Slap Bracelet Wrist Corsage
Slap Bracelet Wrist Corsage
Slap Bracelet Wrist Corsage
Slap Bracelet Wrist Corsage

Slap Bracelet Wrist Corsage

Included:

  • 1 Slap Bracelet  **color will vary based on availability

  • 1 Plastic Adapter

  • 3 Tiny Zip Ties

Not Included:

  • Flowers and greens

  • Low-temp hot glue gun or floral glue

  • 1/2 ribbon to hide zip ties

  • 1- 1 1/2' ribbon to hide the slap

 

As a floral designer, I would cringe anytime a bride would request wrist corsages.  Reason being, I found them tedious to make, and they didn't hold up well unless I made them with roses and leather leaf (think prom '96).  This all changed when I my flower hero taught me to use these rad slap bracelets combined with teeny-tiny zip ties.  TOTAL GAME CHANGER!  The best part is at the end of the night they still held up and looked amazing...even if the MOB flailed about on the dance floor!

Flower Suggestion:  I find seeded eucalyptus, wax flower, and spray roses or ranunculus hold up the best!

Pro Tip:  Best to assemble the day before, but wait till the morning of to glue on the middle and side flowers!  Once you're finished, cover with a damp cloth and keep in frig until go-time!  XO, ~Amy