March 11th, 2020 jamesdouthwaite

Round-up of Mother’s Day bouquets from online companies

We round-up the offering of online flower companies

We’re proud to support local, independent florists. And we all know discount supermarket prices are unbeatable, but you might find it interesting to take a snoop and see what others are up to.

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April 24th, 2018 jamesdouthwaite

10 reasons to incorporate animals into floral designs

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Animals – from ceramic figures to animal print patterns and living things to life-sized models – according to a host of magazines, bloggers and influencers, are officially in vogue. Cropping up in all sorts of unexpected places, they’re decking the shelves of the coolest stores and gracing the feeds of the most on-trend Instagrammers. Here at Corsage Creations, we do try to help you stay on top of the trends, so take advantage with our brand-new range of bugs, birds and butterflies.

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April 20th, 2018 jamesdouthwaite

The gypsophila debate: love it or hate it?

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Gypsophila, a Marmite flower, is constantly skipping in and out of the limelight; one month it’s the biggest floral trend while the next it’s frumpy and outdated. Over recent years we’ve seen its popularity surge as it’s taken pride of place in celebrity weddings, fashion shows and glossy magazines.

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March 27th, 2018 jamesdouthwaite

10 things you didn’t know about rose gold: the perfect floral accompaniment


As the rose gold trend continues to shimmer across all kinds of industry and still with serious celebrity backing, here at Corsage Creations we knew we had to lead the way in rose gold floral accessories for the 2018 wedding season. To ignite your inspiration, we’ve compiled a list of lesser-known facts about the special metal, and to make sure it’s insanely easy to incorporate into your designs we’ve added a rose gold option to a large number of our most popular product lines.

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January 23rd, 2018 jamesdouthwaite

5 key trends you’ll need this season: your SS:18 forecast


We travel the globe to source unique design tools and accessories, all with florists and event planners in mind, so we’re often first to spot the latest industry trends and innovative new ideas.

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May 12th, 2017 jamesdouthwaite

Bold & Bright Butterflies & Birds

Christmas might seem like decades away but it took place in February for designers all over Europe as they flocked to Christmasworld, one of the continent’s largest trade fairs and a true reflection of upcoming trends and not just for the festive season. We were there to spot not only butterflies by the bucket-load but also faux feathered birds and in bright clashing colours which made an appearance at exhibits featuring upcoming interior and décor trends.

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August 26th, 2015 jamesdouthwaite

The Scoop On Our Drop In Photoshoot


When we asked Jens Jakobsen, Philip Holley and Katie-Jane Pridmore to get together one early Wednesday morning in New Covent Garden Flower Market, handed them buckets of flower thanks to Dennis Edwards and Porters Foliage, plus a massive array of our accessories, picks, pins and sparkly things we couldn’t have been more blown over by the outcome.
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May 6th, 2015 jamesdouthwaite

Six Wedding Wonders


1. Flo­ral head­wear is one of the biggest trends to hit the wed­ding scene this cen­tury. Offer your bride and groom ulti­mate choice by dis­play­ing a huge range of head­bands and acces­sories. Choose from fes­ti­val style daisies, chic rose bands, dia­mante lux­ury, Gatsby lace, sparkling gold, sil­ver and more. Or attach nat­ural blooms — over­sized or dainty — to a comb or Kyra Head­band for ease and flexibility.

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April 4th, 2014 jamesdouthwaite

Wiring vs Gluing… Which team are you on?


Our NEW 2014 range is now available and packed full of tons of brand new tools to make those wrist corsages and buttonholes as simple and stylish as possible. (Read on for a ‘how to glue a corsage’ guide and tips from other florists)
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March 25th, 2011 jamesdouthwaite

Wedding Flower Courses

Looking for help to create the perfect wedding corsage or buttonhole or just wanting to learn some new skills, then look no further than Jades Flower Design. For more information click here or alternatively contact Beverley on 01376 563111.