Performing a floral arrangement, modern florists pay attention not only to the competent selection of plant varieties, but also to their packaging. In order for the bouquet to have a presentable appearance and to please the person to whom you plan to present it, it must be, at the same time, beautiful and of high quality.
There is a certain amount of materials that are most harmoniously combined with almost any color. These elements can be synthetic or natural, and the first type includes:
The following types are distinguished from natural materials for packaging:
Of course, packages made from natural materials become the ideal choice for creating a bouquet, but their artificial counterpart is much cheaper for buyers because of the ease of production.
Not a single modern bouquet is complete without material encircling the stems and making the overall floral arrangement complete. Ribbons are produced in a huge variety and can be: metallized, plain and multi-colored, polypropylene and satin. Particularly outstanding options can be decorated with elaborate lurex stripes and embroidery, beads, beads and sequins.
As a rule, it is necessary to select the tape in the final itself, when the florist has already compiled the composition and determined what kind of combination of plants his client needs. Romantic bouquets intended for the holiday (wedding, birthday, marriage anniversary) are surrounded by lace ribbons, and options, for example, for bosses or colleagues are kept in a more strict form, and are surrounded by simple ribbons of different colors.
Florists increasingly began to give preference to everything natural, so it is surprising that holiday bouquets are made in a minimalist style and combined with felt and jute nets. Plain paper or transparent packaging can be used when it comes to creating a bouquet of wildflowers or roses, and a full wrapping of the lower part with a wide satin ribbon is suitable when planning a wedding flower arrangement.