freesia bridal bouquet

In a wom­en’s wed­ding ensem­ble, the bou­quet plays an impor­tant role, so the girls con­sid­er dif­fer­ent options before mak­ing a final deci­sion. The flo­ral arrange­ment should not be a sep­a­rate acces­so­ry, but fit into the over­all style of the hol­i­day. How­ev­er, cer­tain flow­ers can set a cer­tain mood. There­fore, if the bride wants to look gen­tle and roman­tic, then you should pay atten­tion to a bou­quet of freesias.

These cute and grace­ful plants look just mag­i­cal, turn­ing any cel­e­bra­tion into a real fairy tale. In addi­tion, freesias are very per­sis­tent, which means that such a wed­ding bou­quet will be stored longer than usu­al.

Aris­to­crat­ic sophis­ti­ca­tion

It is worth not­ing that ear­li­er this del­i­cate plant could only be afford­ed by rich and noble peo­ple, as it was very expen­sive. There­fore, they are some­times called the “flower of the aris­to­crats.” For­tu­nate­ly, today there is no such prob­lem in acquir­ing it, although freesia wed­ding bou­quets have not lost their sophis­ti­ca­tion. More­over, they have a rather bright, but at the same time unob­tru­sive and del­i­cate aro­ma.

Many girls attach great impor­tance to wed­ding sym­bols, and the cho­sen flow­ers, like noth­ing else, can tell a lot about a per­son. For exam­ple, if a bride choos­es white flow­ers, then this speaks of her ded­i­ca­tion and hard work. Also, such a com­po­si­tion indi­cates the seri­ous­ness of inten­tions and com­plete trust in the part­ner. And in terms of beau­ty, the bride’s wed­ding bou­quet of white freesias is not infe­ri­or to oth­er more sophis­ti­cat­ed types. Flow­ers, dec­o­rat­ed with sprigs with unblown buds, look very gen­tle and ele­gant, empha­siz­ing the fragili­ty and charm of their own­er. And if the ensem­ble is sup­ple­ment­ed with hydrangea and eustoma, then you get a real mas­ter­piece.

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flower arrange­ments

Despite the fact that many florists do not rec­om­mend com­bin­ing these flow­ers with oth­er types, nev­er­the­less, thanks to all sorts of com­bi­na­tions, incred­i­ble arrange­ments can be cre­at­ed. For exam­ple, a bridal bou­quet with ros­es and freesias looks very ele­gant and lux­u­ri­ous. Depend­ing on the style of the cel­e­bra­tion, you can choose dif­fer­ent col­or com­bi­na­tions that match the dec­o­ra­tions of the hall. The most com­mon option is white with red. This com­bi­na­tion always looks very prof­itable, thanks to its pom­pos­i­ty. For exam­ple, white freesias will empha­size the ten­der­ness of the bride and her puri­ty, and red ros­es will add pas­sion and mys­tery to the image.

But to cre­ate a par­tic­u­lar­ly gen­tle and roman­tic image, you can form a wed­ding bou­quet of freesias and pink peonies. Twigs with small green buds and a satin rib­bon will look har­mo­nious­ly with the over­all com­po­si­tion. Lush and vel­vety peonies look just great in any bou­quets. There­fore, they are very rel­e­vant when it comes to cel­e­bra­tion. A bridal bou­quet with peonies and freesias in the lan­guage of flow­ers means not only trust between the young, but also the pros­per­i­ty of their future fam­i­ly. How­ev­er, in order for the flo­ral com­po­si­tion to look unsur­passed, it is bet­ter to choose ter­ry peonies.

If the bride wants to make a com­po­si­tion only from freesias, then you can choose sev­er­al shades, for exam­ple, white with lilac or fiery red. Such com­bi­na­tions look very gen­tle and orig­i­nal, ide­al­ly fit­ting into the roman­tic image of the bride.