Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Prom Open House Inspiration!

Given that our Prom Open House is coming up this weekend...

(I know. I know. Enough, already! I just want to make sure everybody knows so we can see you all there!)

Anyhow, I thought you might like to see the inspiration behind some of the new looks that we are going to be showing off for corsages and bouts. No finished product (that would be too much of a sneak peek!), but these are some of the ideas that we'll be running with!

First up, Ribbon Roses.

We love the softness these lend to corsages, and the fact that they will let us bring in colors that don't exist in nature! (Like all of those beautiful blue tones that have been so popular!) And we're hand-making them, so we can tailor them to any dress color!

Elegant Industrial!

Moving away from the softness, I love the almost industrial feel of these bouquets. I think it' s a bit too extreme, but some of that feel paired with the softness of fresh flowers in corsages and bouts will be both unusual and gorgeous!
And the guys will like the more masculine feel as well for bouts!

Paper and Fabric Leaves.

This is an idea that was born for a wedding that wanted to convey a music theme (the groom was a musician.) Once we started thinking about it, we realized this concept could go anywhere! It gives us flexibility to bring different patterns and textures (especially in fabric) into a bout or corsage! So many possibilities!

Our New Ti Leaf Ribbon!

So, this photo is actual fresh Ti leaves binding a bouquet. I couldn't find a photo of the leaf ribbon (it's that new!). It gives the same feel and look as fresh Ti leaves but it's more flexible and can be cut to size, so we can create curls, loops and wraps perfect for corsages and bouts! The possibilities for this are endless...We're all in love.


This look has been coming on in weddings for a little while now, and we're going to debut it this year from prom! (With a little more sparkle, of course!)
After all, what would be prom without a little sparkle?

Hope to see you all at the Open House this weekend!
Friday from 5-8 and Saturday from 9:30-5

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Monday, March 5, 2012

Prom Open House! And a Few New Corsages!

Mark your Calendars! March 16th and 17th!
Our First Ever Prom Open House!

We'll be creating a bunch of fantastic new corsages, bouts, floral jewelry and hairpieces so you can stop in, try them on, and oooh and aaah! Sassy Girl will be bringing in the best and the brightest new dress colors and showing off the jewelry and shoes to match, so you can see how your entire look can come together.
We'll be sampling our gourmet foods, lavender lemonade and Flavor 8 soda too!
Tell your friends! Friday, March 16th from 5-8 and Saturday the 17th from 9:30-5!

So, to tide you over until then, here are just a few of our newest wrist corsage creations for this upcoming prom season! And, if there is anything you would like to see us create for the Open House, just send us an e-mail or leave a comment on our facebook page!

White hyacinth blossoms centered with gold pearls and accented with white waxflower on our new antique gold beaded wristlet! (This new wristlet is available in other colors too-they're each a little bit different!)

Pink miniature cymbidiums and lavender aggapanthus blossoms on a purple rhinestone wristlet and accented with lavender rhinestones! (Because what is prom without some sparkle?!)

Red Spray roses and red rhinestones on a black pearl wristlet. A classic color combination.

Pink cymbids, but this time they are accented with some of my favorite little chocolate feathers! I just love the texture feathers add to corsages and bouts!

More, pink cymbids, but this time the color is punched up with some hot pink spray roses! Sheer black ribbon and a pink pearl wristlet finish the look.

Champagne ribbon paired with white mini callas and the softness of seeded euc, waxflower and hyacinth.

White hyacinth centered with crystals and accented with white ostrich wisps and guinea hen feathers.
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