Inspiring sources of inspiration, they are the notes of the floral score: they define the colors of the palette to create the emotion. They are inspiring muses and invite to creation: they define the soul of the bouquet of flowers.
Country, sophisticated, pure, exotic, vaporous or exuberant…, the flowers are vectors of sensations. Emotion, thrill, drunkenness, exaltation, trouble, tenderness, passion,
Upheaval, wonder …, each bouquet tells us a “story” in the manner of a pictorial, musical or literary work…
This richness of expression has its source in the multiplicity of varieties of flowers and foliage, branches and decorative elements available to the floral designer.
The art of bouquet has many faces and never goes out of fashion because it is in perpetual evolution, moving according to the floral patterns… If you want To send flowers by post contact us.
Its only limits imposed: the hazards of the season and, depending on demand, a
Well-defined style in advance and / or a precise budget.
This is by far the most requested bouquet and most made at the florist. Its current and dynamic spirit, its compact side and therefore easily habitable, its often reasonable price are the keys to its success.
It is characterized by its rounded and curved shape to type of hemisphere so characteristic. It is based on the technique of the spin, itself carried out by concentric circles revolving around a central flower. It uses short stems (about 30cms) and appreciates the flowers of more or less circular shape (which will furnish the space well) like the gerberas and germinis, the heads of hydrangeas, the roses, the carnations, the santinis pompons and others chrysanthemums, sunflowers, dahlias … It also uses internal foliage salal, arbutus, blackcurrant, laurel, lentisk …
There are three types of round bouquets:
– The round bouquet uniform: it uses only one variety of flowers. Timeless examples: the round bouquet of red roses, pink peonies…
– The round decorative bouquet: it’s the fashionable bouquet! It is based on an association of flowers of different shapes,
Textures and sizes and plays mostly on 2 or 3 colors. It can nevertheless associate a greater number of colors and even play on a festive coloring or conversely an elegant monochrome.
His technique consists of alternating each flower into isolated in several concentric circles that are built around a central flower. In other words, we make a first circle alternating flowers selected from 2 or 3 varieties selected in advance, then a second circle with 3 or 4 other varieties (including that of the center flower) and finally possibly a third etc… Each flower is isolated by internal foliage.
– The round bouquet by masses: it is worked in the manner of the previous one but by grouping the identical flowers in groups of 3 or 4. One alternates “masses” of flowers and no longer flowers in isolated. The masses must be of different volumes.
– The bubble bouquet: it is a bouquet put in reserve of water. Easily transportable, it can be left in its water bubble on the condition of changing the water regularly. It is well suited to deliveries at workplaces, ceremonies (church, town hall…) for a wedding, a baptism …, at the hospital, clinic, maternity for a recovery, a birth; so
Only for bereavement and funeral ceremonies.
To know all about the technique of the round bouquet, you can read our article: How to make a round bouquet?
He bouquet “blur”.
It is a twisted bouquet on several levels, based on medium stemmed flowers (50 / 60cms). It is based on the technique of beam and the alternation of flower varieties by flower or by
Masses to choose from, much like the round bouquet. He plays the card of volume and vaporous effects.
It is advisable to select medium and rather sturdy stem flowers: lilies, roses, lisianthus, and large gerberas, dahlias associated with more nervous and aerial flowers such as asters, baby’s breath, bupleurum…
The fuzzy bouquet comes from the most academic bouquet of roses and lily to the “wild” country-style bouquet obtained by mixing, for example, bear grass, gypsophila, grasses (panicum, foxtails …), ammi majus, ammi visnaga (or very similar carrot flowers)…