By Ashlee Ashley. Artificial Flower. Published at Tuesday, January 16th, 2018 - 11:20:28 AM.
Indoor floral displays offer more opportunities for creativity and variation. From the front door to the staircase, hall or basement, bedroom or bathroom, wall, window, floor or ceiling, flowers decorations can be placed anywhere, to appeal everywhere. Used furniture and cutlery, old teapots, family trophies, baskets, cans, stands, trays and fishbowls take on charming new tones when adorned with flowers. And when combined with greenery, fruits, vegetables, nuts, berries, pinecones, ribbons, paper, taffeta, faux flowers or silk flowers, flowers exude extra life and room appeal.
Taking flowers out from their natural ambience into other areas of human proximity calls for skill and expertise. Fragile shelf life imposes precise timing and clarity of purpose in the use of cut flowers. Heat, weight, moisture, packaging and deft handling can all dictate flower longevity.
Dont just think cheap wedding bouquet you could have silk flowers for button holes, posies and centerpieces. Artificial rose petals can also be bought which are a beautiful touch to a table. If silk flowers are not your thing you could have a very sparkly bouquet made of silver wire and crystals, if you wrapped the stems with ribbon it would look stunning. Most craft and gift stores have these already to be used as a display in your home and you could use it for that after! Double use and a great tangible reminder of your perfect day.
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