Wedding bouquet of callas

The bou­quet, along with the wed­ding dress, is the most impor­tant part of the image of the bride. It can har­mo­nious­ly fit into the image and prac­ti­cal­ly not attract atten­tion, or vice ver­sa, serve as a bright accent in a sea­soned image. Girls who pre­fer a strict style and clas­sics will love a wed­ding bou­quet of calla lilies. Unusu­al flow­ers, rem­i­nis­cent of a glass of cham­pagne in shape, are dis­tin­guished by strict lines and dis­creet beau­ty, but this is their hall­mark.

The meaning of the bride’s wedding bouquet of callas

In the lan­guage of flow­ers, kala means bal­ance and rev­er­ence. Since ancient times, this flower has been giv­en as a sign of the desire to seal the bonds of mar­riage, so its pres­ence in a wed­ding bou­quet is log­i­cal. The calla inflo­res­cence is wrapped in a beau­ti­ful leaf and is asso­ci­at­ed with an elon­gat­ed glass or heart. It is this unusu­al appear­ance that gives the flower such a rec­og­niz­able and ele­gant look.

Due to the wide range of shades of callas, you can cre­ate beau­ti­ful bou­quets for themed wed­dings with a pre­dom­i­nant col­or. Here you will find calla lilies in gold­en, pur­ple, bur­gundy, pink and pur­ple. The hue is uneven­ly dis­trib­uted through­out the flower, mak­ing its appear­ance a lit­tle mys­te­ri­ous.

A bou­quet based on callas is not suit­able for all out­fits. It will suit tall women, espe­cial­ly if they have cho­sen a retro out­fit.

Beau­ti­ful com­bi­na­tions

Using callas, you can cre­ate inter­est­ing com­po­si­tions. Here are the fol­low­ing win­ning bou­quets:

  1. Wed­ding bou­quet of calla and freesia. Del­i­cate freesias with a “porce­lain” petal struc­ture go well with strict calla lilies. This com­bi­na­tion embod­ies youth and seren­i­ty, bor­der­ing on integri­ty and sta­bil­i­ty. The most prof­itable duet is white calla and lilac freesia.
  2. Wed­ding bou­quet of callas and ros­es. Del­i­cate ros­es soft­en the straight lines of calla lilies and add romance and soft­ness to the com­po­si­tion. For the com­po­si­tion, it is bet­ter to use ros­es of red, white and pink. The basis will be snow-white calla.
  3. Wed­ding bou­quet of callas and orchid. This bou­quet will cap­ti­vate you with ornate lines and rich tex­ture. The orchid will add indi­vid­u­al­i­ty and sophis­ti­ca­tion to the com­po­si­tion, mak­ing it more airy. Green and lilac orchids look spec­tac­u­lar.
See also
Cartier wedding rings

Callas can also be used in mono bou­quets. It can be a wed­ding bou­quet of white or red callas. How­ev­er, in this case, it is desir­able to add green leaves.