By Pansy Byers. Artificial Flower. Published at Friday, January 12th, 2018 - 20:48:28 PM.
Bridal Bouquet Design 2 # Nosegay - Nosegays are bouquets that originated in the fourteenth century, when they were used to mask unpleasant orders. This explains the unusual name for this style of bouquets. These are generally round clusters of flowers of one or more types. These bouquets look quit elegant, stylish and handy to carry for the bride. You can use various colors and flowers depending on your choice.
Trading with a great variety of artificial flowers, made from cloth, foam, paper has produced a great increase to the flower merchants in recent days. These flowers are made with paper, cloth and foam. Being smaller in size, approximately 10-20 cm, they are used for many occasions such as decoration on dresses, hairclips, and broach. Other such popular flowers are the Tissue flowers which are made with natural fibres based upon cellulose. Similarly, Artificial fabric flowers are made by artificial or natural yarn which provides the natural flexibility to the flower made. With these popular artificial flowers now in the market, people can even make their home to look like a garden!
A wide range of bridal bouquets is available. A cascading wedding bouquet is an arrangement wherein the flowers drop downward. Bridal arm bouquet designs are to be cradled in one arm, enabling free movement of the brides other arm to hold on to her escort. Hand-tied bouquets are a simple collection of long stems, tied with a ribbon. Nosegay bridal bouquets sport a round cluster of small flowers. Spray bouquets designs contain a triangular shaped cluster of flowers and a Pomander bridal bouquet comprises of a collection of flowers hanging from the wrist by decorative ribbons. All of these are considered traditional, elegant choices that suit just about any bride or wedding.
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