Mum and Garter Options
You need not be stressed by ordering your perfect creation. Take it one step at a time and I will walk you through the whole process.
There are three popular mum sizes. They are the Daintylicious, Mumelicious, and Mumstrocity. Occasionally, we get an order for the obscene and we call it the Obscenely-icioius. Traditionally, a freshman has a single mum, a sophomore a double, and juniors/seniors triple, however, this is not a set in stone rule. Many schools establish white and gold or white and silver color schemes for seniors. In the schools in our area, many will add a special color in addition to their school colors. We also offer the Texas-shaped mum in two sizes along with the fun paw print in two sizes, and sash mum. The sky is the limit and all are mumelicious.
Be sure and view our "Options and Details" before starting your order. I am certain it will help clarify some options and choices before having to make those choices.
Now, let's begin creating your dream creation.
What you must decide first...
What size do you want?
Now that you know that, I can assist you as you order the preferred size. If you would like to see what each one includes, click the "details" button under each mum or garter.
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Garters are a little different than mums. Mums are about the size, glitz, glam, and bling. Garters are meant to be a reflection of the recipient. It isn't so much about how big it is, but how well it represents the likes, school activities, and hobbies. At Mumstrocities by Misty we strive to achieve that special touch for him as much as we do for her. It is great when there are inside jokes or funny memories that we are able to incorporate in some way. Think outside the box! There are three popular garter sizes. They are the Daintylicious, Mumelicious, and Mumstrocity. Traditionally, a freshman has a single mum, a sophomore a double, and juniors/seniors triple, however, this is not a set in stone rule. Many schools establish white and gold or white and silver color schemes for seniors.