bride's bouquet of callas

An amaz­ing­ly beau­ti­ful and del­i­cate wed­ding bou­quet of callas will be a har­mo­nious addi­tion to the image of the bride. These grace­ful, but at the same time unpre­ten­tious flow­ers are endowed with a spe­cial mys­te­ri­ous mean­ing. Called to give peo­ple joy, callas car­ry the ener­gy of fam­i­ly hap­pi­ness and pros­per­i­ty. Hav­ing giv­en his cho­sen one a bou­quet of callas, the future spouse express­es a feel­ing of wor­ship and admi­ra­tion for her beau­ty.

The only thing that can make one doubt the suit­abil­i­ty of callas for a wed­ding cer­e­mo­ny is the Euro­pean tra­di­tion of weav­ing this flower into mourn­ing wreaths. How­ev­er, calla is con­sid­ered a flower of mourn­ing only in Europe. Slav­ic beliefs and tra­di­tions have noth­ing against the use of callas on the bright hol­i­day of the birth of a new fam­i­ly. There­fore, hav­ing cast aside all doubts, you can safe­ly trust your taste and choose your favorite wed­ding bou­quet of callas, which will become a real dec­o­ra­tion for the bride.

What are calla bouquets?

These flow­ers are quite self-suf­fi­cient and almost do not need addi­tion­al flo­ral decor. How­ev­er, in order for the bou­quet to look real­ly chic, there must be at least 15 callas in it. You can sim­ply tie them up with a beau­ti­ful rib­bon or wrap them with a trans­par­ent organ­za-type fab­ric, add a cou­ple of dec­o­ra­tive twigs or a string of pearls.

Depend­ing on the style of the wed­ding and the per­son­al pref­er­ences of the bride, bou­quets are made up of white, red, pink, cher­ry, yel­low and even black callas.

How­ev­er, such a lacon­ic and dis­creet bou­quet of callas will be lost in the hands of the bride in a white fluffy dress, dec­o­rat­ed with all kinds of lace and rhine­stones. There­fore, if the choice of the hero of the occa­sion fell on such an out­fit, you can con­sid­er the fol­low­ing options:

  1. Bride’s bou­quet of callas and ros­es. Ros­es are tra­di­tion­al­ly used to make wed­ding bou­quets, and their har­mo­nious com­bi­na­tion with callas will add fem­i­nin­i­ty and romance to the com­po­si­tion. In addi­tion, a round bou­quet of callas and ros­es will suit a bride in a mag­nif­i­cent dress, as well as girls of short stature.
  2. Bridal bou­quet — calla lilies and freesia. Freesia sym­bol­izes trust and con­fi­dence in the future. Isn’t this the foun­da­tion of a hap­py fam­i­ly? In addi­tion, del­i­cate freesia will add the miss­ing vol­ume to the bridal bou­quet of callas and empha­size the unique image of its own­er.
  3. Bridal bou­quet — callas and orchids. Orchids will bring a spe­cial charm and high cost to the wed­ding bou­quet, in addi­tion, the com­po­si­tion of calla lilies and orchids will be the most per­sis­tent com­bi­na­tion. Since both of them per­fect­ly retain a fresh look, regard­less of weath­er con­di­tions, and for a long time they will remind you of the hap­pi­est day.
See also
Red bridal bouquet