6 Amazing DIY Prom Corsages That Won't Break the Bank

Prom season has arrived and we couldn't be more stoked.

We know at this point in the game, stoked probably isn't the word you'd use—more like stressed.

Nobody knows better than we do how expensive dresses, shoes and makeup can be these days. That's why we thought we'd save you a little cash by finding a few accessories you can make at home for the big night.

Scroll through for a few amazing corsages that look great but won't break the bank.

1. Classic Purple Corsage

THIS corsage is the essence of classic beauty. All you'll need are a few flowers from your local shop and a few other supplies to whip it right up.

DIY Classic purple corsage

(via Lovely Crafty Home)


2. Pink & Pearl Corsage

If your dress is white or any other pastel color, you might want to check out THIS pearl wristband corsage. The bracelet will totally complement your dress and look a little more unique than a classic wrist number.

Pink and pearl corsage

(via Elizabeth Anne Designs)


3. Black, White and Yellow Corsage

For all the ladies out there who want something fun and funky for the big night, THIS design is for you. Throw in a patterned bow with colored flowers and you've got yourself a ridiculously rad wrist bouquet that strays from the norm.

Black, white and yellow corsage

(via Jilly & Mia)


4. Paper Flower Corsage

Let's be real: Flowers tend to wither pretty fast and it only makes sense you'd want a corsage that will truly last forever. That's where THIS paper flower design comes in.

Paper flower corsage

(via Minted Strawberry)


5. Succulent Wrist Cuff

Bold is the name of the game this year, amirite? While everyone else is rocking a plain old flower corsage, it's time you tried out THIS crazy (but effortlessly cool) succulent wristband. It looks just as pretty but has the added wow factor other people won't have. It also costs way less to make than to buy one. We won't tell if you won't.

DIY succulent cuff

(via Green Wedding Shoes)


6. Fruit and Flower Corsage

Nothing says classy like a corsage you can eat, TBH. It won't last as long as a nice paper corsage, but if there are delicious berries involved, we didn't think you would mind. Read the tutorial HERE.

DIY fruit and flower corsage

(via The Bijou Bride)


Prom season is all about the glitz and the glamour, but so is THIS epic DIY shoe tutorial.