The judging of the designers work is extremely subjective. Each person that sees the design will make their judgement based upon personal preferences for design styles and flower choices. There is no set of common criteria used in making decisions about whether a person likes or dislikes a floral arrangement. In fact, there is not a standard criteria list which is used by everyone. To further convolute matters, judging actually comes from more than just one or two people _ they come from the recipient, the customer who placed the order, and third party observers (anyone else who sees the arrangement). Therefore it is virtually impossible to please everyone with each design that is created.
Flower decorations are used as accessories too like boutonnieres that are worn by grooms, attendants, ushers and bride and groom's fathers. They are made from single or several small buds and are worn on the left lapel of the jacket. Corsages can be worn in a variety of styles like pin_on, wrist or handheld and are made of either a single bloom or a small cluster of blooms.