The Ladies buttonhole is an important status symbol for the mothers of the bride and groom and sometimes even the grandmothers. They can be worn directly on their clothes or on their wrist, called a corsage. They are more ornate than the gents buttonholes.
Buttonholes can be attached using a brooch clasp, dress pin or magnet - however, magnets are not suitable for anyone wearing a pacemaker.
Wrist corsages are popular for proms and the bridal party. The flowers are attached to a bracelet and come in many designs and colours. We also make bespoke arm cuffs too. Flowers are easily removed for you to wear the bracelet as a keepsake later. You can also have flowers attached to your own bracelet, if requested.
For young children, we often use ribbon to tie to the wrist as the bracelets are normally too big.
We can also create bespoke, customised pieces made from decorative wires in a variety of colours. They can be worm around the upper arm, wrist or as an entire arm piece. We can even make floral rings and necklaces.
Available in silk and fresh flowers.