Video: Something About Prejudice Or How To Choose The Right Flowers For A Bouquet
2023 Author: Ashton Daniels | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-05-22 02:25
A bouquet of flowers is no less responsiblet than perfume or cosmetics. In order not to be mistaken in the choice, you need to clearly imagine the situation to which the gift is timed, and the tastes of the person to whom the bouquet is intended. Also, you need to figure out to yourself what the meaning of your floral message is. And finally, your bouquet should be different from all others, expressing the characteristics of your personality and your view of the world.
The most common mistake is the desire to give a person your favorite flowers, even if it is done with the best intentions. The flowers presented should, first of all, please the person to whom they are intended, and only then you yourself. The safest option is to give a person his favorite flowers. Your individuality can manifest itself in the choice of the style of the bouquet - from the details of the composition to the general idea. But the choice of the flowers themselves and the colors of the bouquet predetermines the taste of the person to whom you are giving the bouquet and the reason for such a gift.
A stylish bouquet does not have to be large and expensive, and luridness and philistine "beauty" have nothing to do with exquisite taste.
A single rose can produce an impression of sophistication if it is stylishly "packed" by an experienced florist. Even one bud in the hands of a master can turn into a bouquet unusual in its originality. For example, an amaryllis bud framed by bird feathers and a "collar" made of floral tape looks like some kind of unseen creature.
However, not in all cases one should strive to choose something super-original for the bouquet. Sometimes the simplest flowers will convey your innermost feelings better than any words. At the same time, the choice of the color scheme of the bouquet plays no less role than the selection of the flowers themselves.
Red is not appropriate in all cases. This color symbolizes passion, strong emotions and even sexual desire. It is quite aggressive, suppressing all other colors in the bouquet, and in some cases can cause unwanted associations. Yellow embodies vital energy, light, joy. However, its bright yellow and greenish-yellow shades sometimes act annoyingly, which, apparently, was the reason to consider them a symbol of falsehood, envy and betrayal. In addition, in many countries, this color is considered the color of separation and goodbye, and although this is nothing more than a prejudice, it is worth careful to give pure yellow bouquets. If you do not put this “special” meaning into yourt and are absolutely sure that your lady is devoid of these prejudices, then you can safely present her with a bouquet in yellow tones. It will be a great gift for special occasions - anniversaries and presentations, especially if the yellow range is slightly "diluted" with red or some other warm color.
A bouquet in dark lilac-purple tones is hardly suitable as a sign of attention for a beloved woman, but white, blue, blue and pink colors will make up the ideal color scheme. White symbolizes purity, innocence and chastity, blue and blue - calmness, constancy and devotion. Pink has a slightly erotic shade that emphasizes the tenderness of an emerging feeling, while blue and blue express a trusting and friendly attitude.
Brighter shades of color are more suitable for women in their prime, while girls are usually given bouquets in soft pastel colors. A sign of good taste (especially if the flowers are intended for a young girl) will be a bouquet of half-open flowers, which symbolizes youth and the emergence of tender feelings.
In our country, it is generally accepted that a bouquet consisting of an even number of flowers has mourning symbols. While this rule is certainly a prejudice rule, in certain situations it is better to take it into account. In fact, the use of an even number of flowers in a bouquet is connected, rather, with aesthetic considerations. Such a bouquet looks more harmonious, while a slight asymmetry always looks more natural. If your bouquet or composition consists of many small flowers (chrysanthemums, asters, etc.), then you shouldn't bother counting the total number of flowers at all. In this case, it doesn't matter at all.
Many are afraid to give flowers in a pot. And completely in vain. Of course, such at is not suitable in all cases. If you, for example, come to a wedding or some other festive event with a flower pot in your hands, you are likely to be misunderstood. But for friendly parties, birthdays and other intimate events held at home, flowers in pots are a great gift! The only problem is making the right choice.
Do not donate large plants, because they may not "fit" into the interior of the master's house and cause a "headache" for the owners. Small flowering plants in pots will be a good gift. It is not customary to present flowers with a strong smell as a gift, but small-sized plants of the original species are very suitable for this case - for example, cacti, Kalanchoe, unusual species of ferns. Such a gift will surely be noticed and appreciated.