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Tulips are, of course, good on their own. But how to get away from the usual cliches and take into account the properties of these colors? The peculiarity of tulips is that they continue to grow in water, can bend and disrupt the structure of the bouquet. The answer is simple - create a bouquet on a frame. It can be glued from pieces of any hard material, and the shape can be chosen not only round or oval, but also in the shape of a heart. Color combinations here can be very diverse, which will tell your imagination and taste.
In this case, a neutral green color was chosen for the frame, and the flowers were selected mainly in white-pink colors. Only a few crimson tulips are added for brilliance. Flowers of simple form, terry and parrot, are unexpectedly harmoniously combined with each other. All of them are united by a single color scheme.
Dutch irises, with their tough stems, immediately set the vertical. Let's support it with other plants. To do this, we will build a frame from a vine with mimosa. Let's add a little cut of white terry eustoma with a blue border. It will slightly soften the bright contrast of blue and yellow. Let us poetically support the vertical of the composition with the help of hyacintoids, or Spanish endymion, from which all flowers except the final one have been removed. At the base, we balance the structure with a beautiful branch of mimosa leaves.
It remains to fasten everything with raffia of a natural color, trim the edges of the stems evenly and put them in a flat square vase. The result is a kind of 3D picture. By the way, such a bouquet can be presented not only to a woman, but also to a man.