Category archives: Flowers and decorations

Rose – Pure romance

Throughout history roses have been unquestionably the most favoured flower. Paintings of roses decorated the walls of Egyptian palaces. The Romans adorned statues of their gods with garlands of roses and rained rose petals over their celebrations. Early Christians condemned the rose as a symbol of p[...]

Sunflower - Sunshine adoration!

A mortal woman named Clytie fell passionately in love with Helios, the Greek god of the sun. She stared at him throughout the day , following his journey across the sky. Helianthus, the sunflower, like the adoring Clytie, faces the sun from dawn to dusk.   Sunflower meaning : Adoration [...]

Wheat – Prosperity in a grain!

Brides in ancient Rome carried sheaves of wheat to endure fertility. At the close of the Roman marriage ceremony, bread was broken over the bride’s head. The modern wedding cake, made from wheat, is a descendant if that wedding bread. It is still customary to shower the couple with grain, the symbol[...]

Jam jars crazy!

Shabby chic all the way.. This trend has conquered the heart of many brides in the last three years. Easy effect to achieve and certainly money saving fashion that leave us with a bit more to spend on flowers.  Would you have said it? You do not exactly think of fashion that way. Instead all you [...]

Sunflower – Rustic dream!

Sunflowers in Tuscany are the symbol of summer. Its deep yellow colour blends in very well with the hot summer sensation. If you like rustic style, you can easily achieve this by mixing sunflowers with sprigs of lavender, and wheat, burlap, string and terracotta vases and wicker basket.

Red rose and Italy, a fiery passionate connection

The Italian passionate approach for love, food, football and life in general couldn’t find a better floral symbol than red roses. Grand prix roses are the lusty deep red velvety roses which just on its own create a intense love and devotion effect to your wedding. It is a statement that you send [...]

Orchid – Wedding Ecstasy !

In medieval France, orchid were called “satyron” after the lustful wood deities of Greek mythology. There are more than twenty-five thousand species of orchid whose name comes from the Greek orchid, which means “testicle”. Dendrobiums are closely related to the vanilla orchid, which bears fragrant[...]