“We’re finding brides want to stand out. They want to have that extra embellishment, and wearables are a really fun outlet to update boutonnières and corsages,” says Erin Goldman Cooke, owner
of The Rosery. “Brides are having them on their wrists, but grandma and the mother of the bride, who don’t want that fussy bow and dated prom look, are wearing them as well.”
The Rosery is also trending away from floral foam, which is harmful to the environment. “We’re using a lot of compostable materials, so your wedding isn’t leaving a carbon footprint,” says Goldman Cooke.
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