How to choose the "winning" bouquet?
In every country or place, there has long been a tradition of arranging flowers (rules for making a bouquet).
In European countries, bouquets in the form of a triangle, pyramid or oval were very popular. They were placed in large expensive vases, often on special pedestals. They decorated large halls, emphasizing their wealth and splendor. Such a bouquet is suitable for a mature, successful woman.
Biedermeier is a bouquet with German roots. Initially, it was a small symmetrically assembled lush bouquet of carefully selected flowers. After a while, the bouquet was transformed, and today it is in demand by brides from all continents. The bride’s bouquet should consist of flowers in pastel colors (roses, chrysanthemums, tulips, etc. with the addition of gypsophila). The bouquet should be decorated with a light veil or a long light ribbon. Such bouquets are suitable for delivery to young girls.
Very elegant and expressive compositions are characteristic of the countries of Japan and Buddhism. They were created as a gift to the Buddha. Until recently, only men were allowed to arrange bouqets. The three main elements of the Japanese bouquet symbolized air, water and earth. Such bouquets are suitable for girls and women who prefer the original and creative.
Traditions of Slavic people reflect all the richness of the nature of these countries. Pearls or chamomiles, placed in a simple clay pot, bring peace, beauty and charm of nature to the house. A bunch of rye, mint or lily will fill the house with natural aromas. Slavic bouquet will be appreciated by girls and women who value natural beauty.