Bridesmaid Wrist Corsage

If you’re looking to find out how to make handmade wedding accessories then you’ve come to the right place. In this easy-to-follow tutorial Hannah Read-Baldrey shows you to make a wrist corsage, a great alternative to a bouquet. Your bridesmaids will love this.


Here’s what you’ll need to make a wrist corsage:

– Elastic thread
– Pliers
– Large silk flower
– Pearl beads in a variety of sizes
– Ruler
– Silver Glasps
– Silver clasp rings
– Glue gun
– Large silver jump ring

– Cut your elastic thread into 22cm strips. You will need five.
– Tie a knot in the end of your elastic thread
– Thread the pearl beads on to the elastic thread in the order of your choice
– Tie the elastic thread in a knot at the end
– Use a clasp ring to secure the knot by using pliers to close the clasp over the knot
– Cut off the excess thread
– Repeat this five time to create a selection of beaded bracelets
– Hook all five bracelets on to a large silver jump right and use the pliers to close them off
– Using your glue gun, put a large amount of glue on to the back on your silk flower before placing it on the counterpoint of your bracelet
– Hold the flower in place until the glue dries