Prom season is here, and we’re getting a lot of questions about this year’s floral trends. There are a couples of things we’ve noticed this year.
Wrist corsages and nosegays are still the most popular design choices for prom flowers. Roses remain the most popular and affordable flower choice, but orchids, gerbera daisies, and calla lilies are also being frequently requested. Although they are more expensive, they provide a trendy, sophisticated look for both corsages and boutonnieres.
Here is a video that showcases a few of the trends that we have been seeing around here, as well as links to answers to some of the most common questions we get regarding prom flowers.
Prom Flowers 2010
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