Modern variant of a traditional bouquet of champagne colored roses. An elegant version that matches the most classic bridal dress designs.
Traditional bouquet with light rose-colored roses. Delicate, elegant and simple, a good match for any bridal dress.
Colorful campestral bouquet, light and delicate, ideal for an equally light bridal dress and adequate for a ceremony in a farm or rustic environment.
Elongated bouquet of flowers, elegant and sophisticated, in neutral tons, ideal in more formal weddings.
Bouquet in tones of green, using roses. Despite using traditional flowers, like roses, the choice of this unusual color for roses makes a audacious and modern bouquet, without losing the elegance of the flower itself.
Sweet bouquet, with soft tones, that vary from white to cream, using green tones. It is a fresh, very natural bouquet, and at the same time elegant, appropriate to a more relaxed and informal environment.
A colorful bouquet that transmits joy to any bride. A simple, very campestral arrangement, adequate for outdoor ceremonies.
Bouquet is a word of French origin, and consists of flower arrangement used by the bride on her wedding day. This custom began in ancient Greece, where branches of herbs and garlic were used to attract good vibrations and caste away evil spells. In the middle ages, brides would walk to the church and receive flowers, herbs and seasonings on the way, as tokens of good luck and happiness, keeping a branch as they arrived at the church. It was in Europe that the first elaborate arrangement appeared, with more exotic flowers.
In ancient times, there was a tradition of two arrangements: one blessed by the Father and kept by the bride while the other was flung to the single women at the ceremony. The latter ritual is still practiced today.
Tubercle: Thick and fleshy stem or root that acts as a storage organ. Some plants with tuberous roots can lose their leaves and stem in autumn, as the tubercle stores nourishment for new growth during the next spring. Example. Begonia tuberosa. Sometimes tubercles are produced in stalks. The tubercle is a globular structure provided with a reserve of nutrients; the potato is a typical tubercle, but not all tubercles are subterranean. (Compare Bulb, Corm, and Rhizome).