Have you ever wondered how your florist decides on the flower types for your wedding? Do they consider flower meanings when selecting the blooms for your bouquet, and what goes through their minds when they create something for you?
A few months ago, we wrote an excerpt for Lovestills™’s article on the symbolism of flowers behind bridal bouquets, which focused on some thoughts that went behind Bride Jodine’s bespoke bouquet.
Factors involved in liz florals bouquet creation
It is important to note that many factors come to play when we create a bouquet. Some of these factors include textures, colours, shape, and depth. At Liz Florals, we keep certain flower meanings in mind when trying to personalise our bouquets, thus we hope this adds a special touch to your flowers!
flower Meanings behind Jodine’s Bespoke Bouquet
When Lovestills™ asked if we included flower meanings in our bouquet creation process, and here is what we shared:
“I chose matthiolas because they symbolize being contented with what one has at present, and a long life of happiness – which is what I wish for the couple. It is also a way to symbolize beauty that never fades.”“I added in 2 different types of eucalyptus for the rustic effect that Jodine likes, and paired them with silver leaves for a velvet romantic feel that reminded me of her preference of novels over movies. They also symbolize happiness, and are called snow-in-summer.”
“Limonium or caspia symbolize remembrance. To me, I hope it reminds Jodine the importance of remembering who she is even as she takes on new roles as a Wife and Daughter-in-law.”“Green eryngiums were chosen because they’re like stars and give some texture to the bouquet. The shape also reminds me of the sun, and nature – which is something she likes.”
Now that you have an idea of what goes behind a bespoke bouquet, how do you help your florist create your dream bouquet? In our next article, we will share 5 tips on what you can do to attain your dream bouquet.