|| THE WEDDING DECOR ||
Being a creative person, it didn't come as too much of a surprise when given the task to plan and arrange the decor for a friends wedding. I love weddings. I mean, who doesn't?
I instantly knew I wanted to use fresh flowers. White. Pink. Roses. Chrysanthemums. Some may think it's a waste of money. But so what? Flowers are pretty. They're supposed to be used on weddings.
I mean, the "language" of flowers is a thing and has been for centuries. Did you know, during the Victorian times, for example, flowers were used to express emotions when words and gestures failed. Today, many couples follow this romantic practice and create bouquets and centerpieces with flowers whose meanings have some significance to them.
While most flowers have good vibes and positive sentiments, you'll want to steer clear of those whose meanings have a negative association. (Begonia symbolizes "beware"; tansy, "hostile thoughts.") Color plays a substantial role in a flower's meaning too. Everyone's favorite wedding flower, the rose, has different meanings depending on the hue. While a red rose symbolizes passion, a white rose means purity and a pink one signifies joy and admiration. The same goes for hyacinths: The white variety means loveliness, the blue kind represents constancy.
Whatever sentiment you want to convey on your wedding day, there's sure to be a flower to fit your need. Just like every picture tells a story, every flower has a story to tell too.
What's your story?
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