February 14, 2020
In ancient times, flowers were used as a form of communication. Holding detailed and intricate meanings, a single bouquet could convey an entire letter. These days, the art of floristry has evolved and while maintaining this unique language, bouquets are as expressive and as beautiful as ever.
Soft and delicate, babies breathe is a popular bouquet addition that signifies innocence.
Known for its delicacy Peonies are considered among the most romantic flowers with their soft and voluminous petals. Happy Life, happy wedding.
Traditionally known by the ancient Greek as majestic flowers, lilies are symbolic of truth and honour.
Sought after for 1000’s of years the Magnolia represents prosperity and dignity.
Indicative of love, beauty, strength and luxury.
Symbolic of faith, valour and wisdom
The wildly popular tulip grows in many different colours that all uniquely hold their own meaning, however, most commonly represents love and passion.
The beautiful sunflower visually evokes a sense of warmth and happiness with its bright yellow petals