As spring approaches we look forward to events like end-of-the-year school dances and proms. Our spring guide to wearable prom flowers helps you create a unique look just for you and your date this season. Choose between trendy and traditional, festive and sweet, understated or bold. Give your date something that will wow her and help her look her best at prom this year. The floral designers at Schaaf Floral are so excited to design your boutonnieres and corsages for prom this year. Talk to us about your favorite style and flower, as well as the colors you’ll be wearing to prom this year so we can help you choose the perfect look. Read More about Spring Guide To Wearable Prom Flowers »
Every year, high schools and colleges across the Minneapolis area celebrate homecoming weekend. Whether you are a current student or returning to your alma mater, the weekend is full of nostalgia and memory making opportunities. One of the most popular events of the weekend is the homecoming dance, and because of this, formal flowers are in great demand.
For the perfect corsages, boutonnieres, and nosegay bouquets, you can trust the experts at Schaaf Floral to create the most beautiful designs for these special occasions. Read More about Perfect Corsages for the Homecoming Dance »
During this season, proms and spring formals are being anticipated all across Minneapolis. At this time of year, Schaaf Floral designs gorgeous custom corsages and boutonnieres using the highest quality fresh flowers; and when it comes time to order, we thought we would give you a few tips for our floral designers. From going to the prom to going out to dinner with your mom, we know these flowers will be perfect.
Did You Know? The term "corsage" is a shortened version of "Bouquet de corsage" (translated bouquet of the bodice). The flowers were originally worn by women to ward off evil spirits and illness. The origin of prom corsages began in the 17th century when flowers moved to being more for courtship than protection. Read More about Prom Corsages & Flowers for Mom »