Carnation (pink) - I'll never forget you
Carnation (purple) - Capriciousness; whimsical; changeable
Carnation (white) - Sweet and lovely; innocence; pure love; woman's good luck gift
Lily (white) - Virginity; purity; majesty; it's heavenly to be with you
The bouquet were genuinely put together at a Flowers Shop in the 6th arrondissement of Paris.
Sol y Flor Flowers Paris
5 rue Coetlogon
Tel: 01 45 44 75 31
I would highly recommend you have a look at the website of Flower designer, Laura Dowling . She is a specialist in the French approach of flower arrangement and does frequent travels to "L'ecole des Fleurs" Paris, France to study advanced concepts and new trends in French flower design.
She has a project section where she gives you the "ingredients for the making of a few of her delightful flower arrangements.
Laura Dowling named this flower arrangement "Fleurs d'Amour"
You will need
1 4 X 4 inch square glass cube vase
1 brick soaked floral oasis
glue gun and hot glue sticks
1 sheet pink foil wrapping paper
wired floral picks
1 bag of candy hearts
1 - 2 bunches of pink nerine lilies
10 stems of pastel spray roses
Multi-colored pastel ribbons
1. Cover vase with foil paper and insert floral foam to fit.
2. Hot glue candy hearts to vase in random, overlapping pattern.
3. Insert spray roses to create a dense round pavé.
4. Add nerine lilies in between roses.
5. Tie ribbons into bows and attach to wired floral picks. Insert in bouquet.
And here is a link for anyone interested in the George IV, Paris and its classic flower arrangements.
"Flower arrangement at The four season, George IV, Paris"
photographe © Olivier Lalin © photographer
view site at Olivier Lalin Weddings