Inspiration of the Day: Ribbon-Tied Corsages

by Simone Hill

These aren't your cheesy prom corsages! Instead of the standard elastic, Liza Lubell, founder of Brooklyn-based Peartree Flowers used a cream colored silk ribbon to secure these pretty flower corsages to the wrist. Typically worn by the mothers and grandmothers of the bride and groom (as well as other guests of honor like ushers), Lubell created these delicate corsages using soft ivory flowers including musk rose, scabiosa, and olive flowers. The result? Dainty and subtle wrist blooms that look utterly elegant.

Ribbon-tied Corsages
photo by Photo: Liza Lubell

Photo: Liza Lubell

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