Let's face it, we do things a little differently here in Anchorage - necessarily so! While the rest of the country prepares for football games in sweater weather and balmy walks to the homecoming dance, we are bundled up against the elements - but that just means we do homecoming Alaska-style! The cold and (likely) rain aren't daunting to us. In fact, we are just as likely to pair our short dresses with rain boots or xtratufs than with stiletto heels.
Still, some things are traditional no matter where you are, and homecoming flowers fall into that category. If you are looking for the most beautiful homecoming flowers in these parts, you need look no further than Bagoy's Florist & Home. Read More about Florals for the Homecoming Dance
Memorable occasions are made even more special when you include flowers and long-standing traditions. During the spring, one such tradition is the wearing of corsages for proms, Mother's Day, or graduations.
The word corsage is French in origin and was strictly translated as "the bodice of a dress". The flowers worn were called the "bouquet de corsage," and over time, the term was shortened to simply "corsage." In contemporary times, corsages are also worn on the wrist, held in place by beautiful wristlets or bracelets. Whichever your preference, you can be sure that Bagoy's Florist & Home will provide the perfect floral accompaniment to your attire. Read More about Corsages for Mother’s Day & Prom