We Deliver flowers to -

Hospitals :

Lake County West, Lake County East, Laurelwood, Meridia Hillcrest, Parma Community General, University Hospitals in Willoughby, Mentor, Concord and Euclid.

Funeral Homes :

Blessings, Brickman Brothers, Brunners, Burr, Crobaugh Danaher, Davis Babcock, Dan Cosic, DeJohn Flynn, Dicicco & Sons, Fioritto, Gattozi, Hartman, Jack Monreal, Jakubs Danaher, Johnson Funeral Home, Lopresti, McMahon Coyne Vitantonio, Monreal, Merl Owen, Melbourne Chapman Murphy, Nicol Wells Kloss, Orlando, Ritondaro, Spear Mulqueeny, Vicchiarelli Zele

ZIP Codes :

44024, 44092, 44094, 44095, 44060, 44077, 44124, 44143 Plus most others in Cuyahoga, Lake and Geauga Counties

Cities Served :

Bay Village, Beachwood, Bedford, Berea, Bratenahl, Brookpark, Brooklyn, Chagrin Falls, Chardon, Chesterland, Cleveland, Cuyahoga Hts Eastlake, Euclid, Fairview Park, Gerfield Hts, Gates Mills, Grand River, Hamden, Highland Hts Independence, Kirtland, Lakewood, Lyndhurst, Madison, Maple Hts, Mayfield, Mentor, Munson, Orange, Painesville, Parma, Pepper Pike, Perry Richmond Hts, Rocky River, Seven Hills, Shaker Hts, Solon, South Euclid, Timberlake, Waite Hill, Walton Hills, Warrensville, Westlake, Wickliffe, Willoughby, Willowick

Featured Link -

The Wild Goose
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Historic Downtown Willoughby’s

Good Time Pub

Corsages and Bouts

We have a small sample of Corsages and Bouts online at our floral catalogue. Please browse through them to get an idea of what style, flowers and colors your looking for and we can alter and create a custom corsage or bout exclusively for you ! Keep in mind we can create just about any style you would like provided we have a few days notice. Some Tips and suggestions for ordering corsages and bouts :

  • Flowers- Keep in mind that depending upon the season, some flowers may not be available. No longer are corsages relegated to just carnations or roses. In fact, popular flower choices today include Gerber daisies, lavender, lilies or orchids. The corsage you choose could feature one large flower or a combination of a variety of flowers in the same or coordinating colors.
  • Ribbons-Once you've selected the flowers, it's time to pick out the ribbons. We can offer you a selection of ribbons to choose from, or you can also leave this part to our discretion as we've been making corsages for many decades and perhaps made the ones your parents wore !
  • Embellishments-For additional elegance, other additions to the corsage could include lavender sprigs, baby's breath, tiny rose buds and more.
  • Size-Believe it or not, one size does not fit all. We will need to know how large the corsage needs to be and what size the elastic should be as well. The shape of the corsage you choose can lend some insight into the size you'll need. For an oblong corsage, size may not have as much bearing, since the flowers will follow the length of the arm. For a more rounded corsage, however, a bouquet of flowers that is too large can be bulky. If the corsage is for a child, you should let him or her know this as well. While you don't want the elastic to fit too tightly, it should be snug enough to be comfortable.
  • Corsage and Boutonniere Customs :

    It is customary to give your date a corsage or boutonniere when attending prom or Homecoming. Ladies wear a corsage, gentlemen wear a boutonniere.

    This tradition comes from a time period, long ago, when flowers were worn to make one smell heavenly while dancing with a partner. Frequent showers, expensive perfumes, and air conditioning were rare if available at all.

    Ideally, it is nice to match the flowers to the prom attire so the colors do not clash. If the colors unfortunately do not match, you must wear them if they were given to you. In such a circumstance, the lady may choose to wear the corsage on her wrist by attaching it to a ribbon or pinned to her evening bag. No matter where you choose to wear the flowers, graciously thank your date and make no mention of the mismatch. Doing so would hurt their feelings.

    Corsages and boutonnieres are worn on the left shoulder or lapel with the stem pointed downward.

    If the lady is wearing a dress with spaghetti straps or no straps, the corsage may be placed on the left side of the top of the bodice, on the left side of her waist, on her left wrist, or pinned to her evening bag.

    When pinning a corsage or boutonniere on, the pin goes into the fabric on the left side of the flower as you’re facing it, back up through the fabric on the left side, over the stem of the flower at an angle, down through the fabric on the right side of the flower as you’re facing it and back up through the fabric on the right side with the point of the pin hidden under the flower. Use two pins in an X formation if the flowers are unusually heavy. The pin will always go over the stem of the flower never through it.

    Click here Logo or call us 440.946.1220 to get your corsage or bout today !