A fresh floral bouquet is a great gift for any occasion, be it for a romantic gesture, a soothing get-well-soon, a cheerful perk-me-up, or a birthday surprise. Luckily, fresh bouquets aren’t the only great gifts. Flowers come in other various forms too, such as dried, preserved, or sola wood flowers. and can be adorably paired with accessories like stuffed toys, cards and balloons. This year, spice up your giving with our 6 exciting alternatives to fresh flower bouquets!
1. Dried & preserved flowers
Did you know that the oldest preserved flowers were found intact in a tomb in E..
Tulips are spring flowers that first indicate the thawing of winter and the curious awakening of spring - large, bright, and beautiful, they grow in warm splashes of red, orange, yellow and pink. As Marianne Willamson famously said, “A tulip doesn’t strive to impress anyone. It doesn’t struggle to be different than a rose. It doesn’t have to. It is different.”
Tulips are not like elegant roses nor do they wear the same playfulness as smiling daisies; but there’s just something about a tulip flower that people so adore, and have so loved for centuries. Here’s what more than meets the eye abo..
Creating a striking floral arrangement is more than just gathering a couple of loose flowers together. Instead, it involves precise design principles like balance, dominance, rhythm and scale. Professional florists who have mastered the art of arranging and design are responsible for the thousands of unique floral designs available at flower shops across Singapore.
Nonetheless, we believe anyone can share in the creative process of flower arrangement. That's why we've put together a list of 5 main floral design principles to help you get started on your own floral bouquets!
One of the most adored elements of any wedding is the bride’s most beautiful wedding bouquet. The bridal bouquet is far from forgotten in any wedding – people still remember Princess Diana’s generously cascading arrangement of white gardenias, orchids, freesias and lily of the valley, and Kate Moss’s simple dusty pink and white vintage rose posy she held on her special day. Even better, crafting the perfect floral bouquet for your wedding is a fun and special process if you know how to go about it. That’s why, we share our best bridal bouquet tips with you!
1. Personalise your bouquet
Like roses representing love, and sunflowers signifying happiness, flowers can speak a thousand words! More than expressing familiar meanings, flowers are also closely related to unique occasions - birthdays, dates, anniversaries, and get well wishes. Gifting a simple bouquet of tulips on your first few dates, for instance, shows your interest in pursuing this relationship further but also keeps it light and casual. To help you speak your thousand words with flowers, here’s our guide to picking the right flowers for every occasion:Valentine’s DayRed roses express gallantly deep love and romanc..
Fresh flowers have never failed to uplift and bring natural beauty to the simplest and most extravagant of spaces. Dreamy flower decorations have persisted through the generations and continue to breathe life into our special celebrations today! While fresh flowers alone can brighten up any interior, specific flower arrangements can accentuate their beauty and bring precise elegance and style to your event. Prefer a casual, natural themed wedding or birthday? Special flower arrangements will do the trick. Here are 6 different flower arrangements to best fit your dream celebration:1. Compa..
From picking the right flowers for the occasion to saving money on flowers for Valentine’s Day, we’ve got you covered. Here are our best tips for anything floral bouquets! Your guide to gifting or caring for floral bouquets in Singapore