In this article, we will tell you how to choose the right flowers in the right colour scheme and how many are best used in a bouquet for any particular occasion.
The importance of shade when arranging your bouquet
When choosing a ready-made arrangement or creating one, it is important to pay attention to the colour scheme to be used. Among the multi-coloured symbolism are the following:
white - youth, tenderness, purity, innocence;
red - strong passionate love, freedom;
pink - considered universal, suitable for various occasions, can be given to girls of any age;
orange - pride, power and strength;
yellow - family hearth, prosperity, welfare;
green - joy and peace;
blue - symbol of family happiness;
light blue - hope and faith;
purple - tenderness, but it is not recommended to give it for holidays and wedding ceremonies;
violet and purple - grandeur, luxury;
purple - expresses humility;
mottled hues - also suitable for all celebrations;
Black is the colour of mourning.
It is also important to bear in mind the right choice of plants in different shades. When combining contrasting colours in a bouquet, they should be arranged in opposite directions. The most original are a combination of green-red, orange-blue, yellow and purple. The main thing is to avoid abrupt transitions, the bouquet should look natural.
The use of neighboring tones - from 2 to 4, which gives room for imagination - for future compositions there are virtually no limits. A monochromatic composition (in one colour) looks stunning, and the use of a polychromatic palette (multicolours) will make a bouquet unique.