“Tumbleweed”, “swing” ─ this is how gypsophila is called. The branchy plant creates voluminous forms and is a great opportunity to turn the composition into a lush bouquet.
“Gypsophila is loved and ignored. Some admire the lush cloud, while others believe that small flowers are not worthy to create beautiful bouquets. With the right design, the composition gets a special charm. ”
Mono-bouquets look great on buffet and wedding tables, placed inside glass vases. The plant is used as a decoration for the head of the newlywed, in sets of roses and berries, framed by a wide ribbon of small inflorescences. Gypsophila is great for combining with roses, hydrangea in wedding sets, independently chosen for the boutonniere of the groom or the bridesmaid’s bouquet, serves as a background decoration for Christmas wreaths.
In the last few years, mono bouquets made of painted gypsophila: pink, lilac and blue, have been especially loved. Such love is easy to explain: on the one hand, artificially colored flowers are a trend in modern floristry, when seemingly ordinary flowers can be given new colors and textures. On the other hand, colored gypsophila is a great alternative to a bouquet of dried flowers. Because dried colored gypsophila practically does not change, unlike other fresh flowers.
We would like to point out a few points about the choice of compositions.
The flower shop cooperates with individuals and carries out corporate orders. We decorate the banquet hall with plants and balls, we participate in the floristic decoration of functional areas at the wedding (arch, photo corner, tables). Celebrations of a wedding or anniversary in a creative setting will be displayed in the photo and shooting of the event.
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