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Guide to flower arrangements for different occasions

Guide to flower arrangements for different occasions

posted: 2021-11-01 16:10:00 +0800

Say goodbye to the sultry summer and welcome the arrival of autumn! Let’s get some vibrant, colorful and refreshing flowers for our friends, family and ourselves and have a good mood every day! ‎

Flowers in Different Places

- Bank

A bank is a place for property business with simple decorations, showing its professional and rigorous services. Flowers on desks can soothe the emotions of guests and the staff and convey warmth and enthusiasm. In order to maintain a solemn and serious atmosphere, you can choose orchids, roses, lilies, hydrangeas, etc., with eucalyptus leaves enriching the overall shape. Besides, drought-tolerant plants that are easy to care for are also fine choices for banks or most of offices, such as green radish, pachira and sansevieria trifasciata. Note that banks, as indoor workplaces, are generally lack of natural light, so those plants that require adequate exposure should be avoided.

- Hotel

As a place supplying lodging, food service and social contact, a hotel needs luxurious and fancy floral designs for its lobby, reception, aisles, bathrooms... A unique floral design can not only play the role of decoration, but also bring nature to the inside of the hotel, which enable guests to relax, and to feel like being home. Due to the large number of guests in the hotel, it should be noted that safety is of paramount importance. Also, the color, shape and fragrance of flowers should match the hotel’s own style. In addition, the difficulties of follow-up maintenance needs to be taken into consideration too.

Orchid Glory

- Living Room

Unlike banks and hotels, living rooms usually has adequate sunshine, which means the most vigorous and flourishing flowers can be considered to show the host’s hospitality. Gerbera has a long flowering period and many colors so simple matching will make it eye-catching; the blooming peony brings magnificence and even celebratory air to the house; orchid is noble and elegant and requires more attention. It’s perfect with simple and modern style of decoration.

- Bedroom

The bedroom is a place where we get comfortable sleep and relax. As it’s generally smaller than the living room, the color, fragrance and shape of flowers should match the original atmosphere of the room. You may choose small and exquisite flowers and green plants that are easy to care for, such as succulents and cactus. Furthermore, some flowers are unsuitable for bedrooms: the fragrance of orchids might be over-exciting and even cause insomnia; tuberose will emit smell-stimulating particles at night, making patients with high blood pressure and heart disease uncomfortable; heavy exposure to mimosa can cause hair loss. And plants that absorb toxic chemicals, such as aloe, ivy and sansevieria trifasciata are appropriate in bedrooms.

Flower Guides to Different Situations

- Weddings

There are many places where flowers that symbolize joy and happiness are used in weddings, such as bouquets, corsages, wrist corsages, etc.

Balloon Flower: symbolizing pure and eternal love.

Hydrangea: with different colors and round-shaped, perfect for all styles of weddings.

Lily: The Catholic Church regards the white lily as a symbol of the Virgin Mary and the national flower of the Vatican is lily. In China, lily stands for everlasting love.

Orchid: elegant, classic and expensive, commonly used in weddings with higher budget.

Baby’s breath: small and perfect as embellishment.

Lily of the Valley: symbolizing happiness with fresh smell, usually used in bouquets and welcomed by royals and celebrities, such as Princess Diana, Princess Kate, Audrey Hepburn, Miranda Kerr, etc.

Calla Lily: symbolizing piety and loyalty and commonly used in bouquets in the West.

Lilac: romantic and elegant with a unique and rich fragrance, also called “the flower of heaven”.