Tutorial: Wrist Corsage with Lisianthus

Don’t you just love Lisianthus? With its romantic, delicate appearance this flowers suits perfectly within the rustic and bohemian wedding trends! For your floral wedding designs, you can use the standard stems. But Montana Lisianthus offers something new, especially for corsages, flower crowns, pomanders and so on: Mono Lisi. Mono Lisi Lisianthus are the best flowers of each Lisianthus stem, cut directly from the plant and treated for a perfect vase life. Be inspired by this video tutorial, follow the steps below and create a gorgeous wrist corsage with Lisianthus yourself.

Time: 5 – 10 minutes | Difficulty: easy (**)

Materials

  • Slap bracelet
  • Velvet ribbon (50cm)
  • Floral adhesive
  • Secateurs
  • Scissors
  • Knife

Flowers

  • 1 x Lisianthus Mono Lisi Light Apricot
  • 1 x Scabiosa Vanilla Scoop
  • 1 x Gypsophila Million Stars

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Steps for making this Wrist Corsage with Lisianthus:

  1. Wrap the ribbon diagonally around the slap bracelet.
  2. Bend the bracelet, and tie the ends of the ribbon loosely.
  3. Cut the stem of the Lisianthus off and put some glue at the flower. Push the flower on the bracelet, and hold it until the glue dries.
  4. Repeat this with the Scabiosa. Place the flower next to the Lisianthus.
  5. Cut the flowers of the Gypsophila. Make sure on each stems there are 3-5 flowers. Stick the tiny Gypsophila stems under the Scabiosa and Lisianthus, for some extra texture.
  6. Put some extra glue on the spots where you think the flowers may come loose.
  7. Make sure you hold the flowers until the glue is completely dried (10 minutes).
  8. Your wrist corsage with Lisianthus is ready for use! Enjoy!

Looking for more inspiration with Lisianthus? Read our post Floral Wedding Inspiration with Lisianthus!