Special Occasion Flowers

Henry & Mei is accepting a limited number of orders for

custom corsages and boutonnieres for

Skyline Homecoming 2017!


I create my designs with a mix of flowers, greenery, natural elements,

feathers, ribbons, jewels and elegant wristlets

for a classic look with a modern twist. 



I will make every attempt to fill your order as requested, according to availability.  Availability of fresh flowers can vary from week to week. In the event that the flowers or accents you request are unavailable, substitutions will be made, staying as close to the original request as much as possible. 




[Example of “beaded” wristlet. Available in silver, gold and black]





The photos above are ideas only. Each piece is uniquely handmade especially for you, based upon your preferences.  Just let me know in an email – what you would like: flower type/color, ribbon color, wristlet choice (pearl, rhinestone, black, silver or gold beaded)

Once your order email has been received, I will send you an email confirmation with order details, pickup time and location.

Please email: betsy@henryandmei.com


All corsages are created with a deluxe wristlet.

Wrist Corsage  $35.

All boutonnieres are created with an easy to attach, STRONG magnet attachment

(no struggling w/ pins).

Boutonniere $15.

All flowers are presented in a clear, sturdy box, tied with matching ribbon.

No tax, cash payment only, due at pick up. Thank you


[Example of pear wristlet]

How to wear and store fresh flowers: 

It is customary to give your date a corsage or boutonniere when attending a formal. Ladies wear a corsage, gentlemen wear a boutonniere.This tradition comes from a time period, long ago, when flowers were worn to make one smell heavenly while dancing with a partner. Frequent showers, expensive perfumes, and air conditioning were rare if available at all (Ha!).  Corsages and boutonnieres are worn on the left shoulder or lapel with the stem pointed downward.  If the lady is wearing a dress with spaghetti straps or no straps, the corsage may be placed on the left side of the top of the bodice, on the left side of her waist, on her left wrist, or pinned to her evening bag.  

 Store fresh corsages and boutonnieres in the refrigerator

until you are ready to give them.