Which occasions can you use white flowers and bouquets for?
White flowers are often used in a variety of settings and for a variety of purposes. Some common uses for white flowers include:
Weddings: White flowers are a popular choice for bridal bouquets and wedding decorations.
Funerals: White flowers are often used to express condolences and honor the deceased at funerals and memorial services.
Home decor: White flowers can add a fresh, clean look to a room and are often used as part of home decor.
Events: White flowers are often used as part of the decor for events such as parties, showers, and corporate events.
Gifts: White flowers are a popular choice for gifts, particularly for special occasions such as birthdays, anniversaries, and Mother’s Day.
There are many different types of white flowers to choose from, including roses, lilies, carnations, and daisies.
White flowers can be used as part of a sympathy bouquet and this is typical of many different cultures.
It is a sombre occasion in your house and if you want that the flowers in the vase on your centre table or the one lying adjacent to the picture of a dear family member who alas is no longer with you and has left for the heavenly abode should aptly represent the solemnity of the moment, our Snow White bouquet made of 5 white roses, 5 lisianthus and fragrant eucalyptus stems will surely serve your purpose.
While nothing beats an all white arrangement, a combination of white and green also looks quite sedate for those sombre moments of life. You can think of carrying this beautiful bunch for an occasion with some candles and it will serve as an ideal combination. And you must remember that it’s not an artificial arrangement. The flowers and the stems are going to emit a sweet fragrance that will no doubt add to the prevailing ambience.
White flowers are also often used in weddings and as part of bridal and bridesmaids bouquets.
White stands for purity, which is the reason why a lot of bridal bouquets consist of white flowers. Send THE BEST WISHES bouquet consisting of 7 white roses, 4 lisianthus and 2 eucalyptus, a simple yet striking combination for a range of occasions. You can team it up with Belgian chocolates and a small greeting card to make it an extra thoughtful gesture.
You have got a wedding invitation and you want everything to look prim and proper. You know everyone will come dressed to the nines. And so will you and your family members. So, shouldn’t the gift that you carry exude the same vibe? Our Best Wishes bouquet shall do the trick!
You can team it up with Belgian chocolates and a small greeting card. And if as attendees, you and your family members all turn up in white (white tuxedo, white gown), imagine how much in sync your white bouquet is going to be with your outfits.