All of our world revolves around color. We thought you might be interested in exploring what different colors mean – and how they can all fit together in harmony!
Does your heart beat for red? This color represents vibrancy, passion, love, and strength. While we all know the traditional red rose, there are so many flowers that grow in so many shades of red!
Is orange your favorite color? This color represents harmony, aspiration, optimism, creativity, happiness, and joy. Orange flowers have very high visibility, which is perfect for catching attention and highlighting the most important elements of a floral arrangement. Not to mention – it’ll brighten your day!
Does yellow make you smile? Yellow is the color of sunshine, and its color produces a warming effect. Use yellow in your arrangements to send cheerful, pleasant sentiments. It’s a classic choice for spring arrangements and a sure bet to cheer up a friend or loved one!
Does the color green soothe your soul? One of the most important elements of a floral arrangement is the base of greens such as salal, variegated pittosporum, or Italian ruscus – but there are also many green flowers! Green represents harmony, growth, balance, relaxation, and is associated with healing. Including green flowers in your bouquet adds an element of freshness and harmony that we love!
Blue is the color of the sea and the sky. It is often associated with depth, stability, loyalty, trust, intelligence, truth, and faith. Its calming effect makes it a perfect choice for sympathy and get well arrangements.
Do you adore the color purple? Purple combines the tranquility of blue with the passion of red. The color of royals, this color symbolizes luxury, ambition, independence, and extravagance. So many flowers grow in beautiful shades of purple, which makes it a versatile color for arrangements.
Are you tickled pink by the color pink? This color represents youthfulness, romance, compassion, nurturing, love, and friendship. Pink flowers beautifully contrast with blue or green blooms, and complement lighter shades of yellow and orange.
White means more than just tradition. A color of innocence, reflection, inspiration, purity, and transition, white is an ideal choice for the special occasions in your life.
When we combine colors in our creativity, we’re doing more than just making a pretty arrangement – we’re creating a deeper meaning. What statement can we help you make today?
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