By Pamela Dennis. Artificial Flower. Published at Monday, January 29th, 2018 - 21:20:28 PM.
The bridal ensemble includes the perfect wedding gown, with a delicate veil, and of course the perfect bridal bouquet. The traditional wedding ceremony often includes tossing of the bridal bouquet amidst a group of unmarried woman. The one who catches the bridal bouquet is usually considered to be the next in line to walk down the aisle.
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!
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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