LADIES BUTTONHOLE - SOPHIE BROOCH - Mother of the Bride/Groom Double Rose Corsage with gypsophila - Choose your rose colours
- Product Code: SOPHMUMBRCH
- Availability: Made to Order
A beautiful new addition to our range, specifically designed to suit the Sophie collection but equally beautiful as a stand alone piece or to mix and match with other ranges.
A pretty lapel pin style corsage which can be created in a choice of any 2 colour roses (you can of course just have the one colour rose if you prefer.) With the bottom rose having a lovely brooch style centre (design may alter but will be diamante based and equally as pretty as shown)
With pretty white gypsophila this lovely design will provide a lasting memento of your special day. You can choose the embellishments you would like adding to the roses and then for a small additional cost you may like to have crystal stems, seed pearl loops or rhinestone stems added into the design as well.
For an extra special look why not choose to have the stem ribbon wrapped to match the bow colour? As standard the stem will be wrapped in green florist tape.
As with all of our pin on corsages we will supply a corsage pin to with the buttonhole
neutral shades - IVORY, IVORY GLITTER, WHITE, WHITE GLITTER, VANILLA MIST, CORNSILK, BEIGE, LATTE, CHAMPAGNE, BLUSH LATTE, GOLD, GOLD GLITTER
pink shades - PINK MIST, BLUSH, ANTIQUE PINK, DARK PINK, MOCHA PINK, DUSKY PINK, VINTAGE PINK, PRETTY BABY PINK, PINK BLUSH, BRIGHT BABY PINK, RASPBERRY, HOT PINK, MAGENTA, RED, DARK RED, BURGUNDY, RED GLITTER
blue shades - BABY BLUE, LIGHT BLUE, FRENCH BLUE, ROYAL BLUE, NAVY BLUE, TIFFANY, SILVER GREY, DARK GREY, SILVER GLITTER, BLACK
peach/coral shades - ICE PEACH, ANTIQUE PEACH, LIGHT CORAL,SWEET CORAL, PEACH BLUSH, VINTAGE PEACH, PEACH, CORAL, PALE LEMON, YELLOW, ORANGE
AQUA, PEPPERMINT, ICE GREEN, MINT, LIGHT MINT, TURQUOISE, TEAL, EMERALD, SAGE BLUSH
lilac/purple shades - ICED LAVENDER, DUSKY LILAC, LILAC, PLUM, CADBURYS PURPLE, RAINBOW
NOT SURE WHICH COLOUR TO CHOOSE? WHY NOT ORDER A SAMPLE FIRST?