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Tutorial: Wedding Corsage with Tulips

This wedding corsage with Tulips proves that not only Roses are suitable to use as a corsage on your big day. Especially a great looking frilled Tulip like Santander will surprise you that Tulips look amazing in wedding corsages. Order the flowers in our webshop, follow the steps below and create this beautiful wedding corsage with Tulips!

Time needed: 10 minutes.

Difficulty: easy (**)

Steps For Making This Wedding Corsage with Tulips

  1. Cutting the flowers

    First, decide how long you want your corsage to be. This depends on the spot where you want to use your corsage. When you have determined the size, cut the stems of the Tulip, Gypsophila, and Eucalyptus to the right length.

  2. Put the corsage together

    Take the Tulip and place the Gypsophila next to it. Hold them closely together. You don’t want the corsage to be too loosely. Do the same for the Eucalyptus. Make sure that the Eucalyptus is the longest flower of the corsage.

  3. The finishing touch

    Now hold the corsage tightly and wrap floral tape around the stems. Then use the decorative cloth to cover up the floral tape and secure with pins.

  4. Enjoy!

    Your wedding corsage with Tulips is now ready to use. Time to say I do!


  • Secateurs
  • Knife
  • Iron Wire
  • Floral Tape
  • Decorative cloth
  • Pins


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