Anaheim CA Flowers  Blog by Avante Gardens Florist
20 May 2010

Prom Flowers and Leis

Corsages and Boutonnieres 

Just a quick note to let our readers know we've been updating our flower shop website and have added online ordering of prom flowers, corsages and boutonnieres. Our florist has had so many inquiries from prom-goers about the custom corsage and boutonniere gallery in our blog, we thought adding an online ordering feature would help showcase the most popular designs, styles and colors for the 2010 dance season.

Purple Prom Corsage and Boutonniere 

Most popular prom corsage colors? Purple, black, white, aqua and silver.

Most popular flowers? Orchids! including dendrobiums, phalaenopsis and mokaras

Most popular wrist corsage accessories? Gems, rhinestones and feathers. 

With all the planning that goes into prom fashions, wearing flowers that reflect the styles and colors of the gowns and accessories adds that essential, personalized finishing touch.

Fresh Flower Leis

For graduation season, we've also expanded our catalog of fresh flower leis for delivery in Anaheim, Fullerton, Anaheim Hills and most Orange County cities and are offering a special value this week during the Cal State Fullerton graduation ceremonies of single dendrobium orchid leis with a cash and carry price of just $14.95. Online shoppers can take advantage of this great savings value by using coupon code GREATLEI when ordering for in-store pickup.

Unique, premium orchid leis are now in stock, too.

Premium Orchid Leis


Please phone us at (714) 635-4800 for a list of the current colors and styles of these stunning fresh flower leis and remember to order early as supplies are limited.

Don't see your favorite corsage, boutonniere or lei? Give us a call and we'll be happy to custom design the perfect flower accessories for your prom or graduation ceremony.

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