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Our List of Essential Bouquet Completers

Urooj Goplani

 The true sign of intelligence is not knowledge but imagination. Albert Einstein

  1. Amaranthus- They are so named because their clusters of small, bell-shaped, cobalt-blue flowers look like clusters of upside-down grapes.
  1. Astrantia- An umbel of tiny flowers, framed by a collar of papery bracts. It is so delicate yet so impactful. Adding just a few sprigs makes such a difference to a bouquet
  1. Astilbe- Also known as the false goats beard have large fern like foliage. Some smell nice too. Astilbe isn’t just for bridal bouquets anymore. It has that oomph to upgrade just about any bouquet
  1. Bouvardia- Small flowers displaced on umbels atop erect stems with attractive dark green foliage. We love the double varieties as they look more attractive than the single types, as well as being more tolerant to handling
  1. Boxwood- One of the oldest decorative landscape plants that has been cultivated in Europe, and immensely popular for borders in gardens since the Elizabethan era. Its woody strength, small dark green leaves and durability makes us love love love it!
  1. Bells of Ireland Popular for its cup-shaped calyx that gives rise to its name. We absolutely love them! They can add so much character to a bouquet.
  1. Chamomile- Petite yellow flowers and foliage. These are such charming flowers and have a light scent and several medicinal benefits believe it or not!
  1. Solidago- Held as a sign of good luck in some places and also used as tonic in in some herbal medicines
  1. Muscari, commonly called grape hyacinth, is an early spring-blooming bulbous perennial that is native to southeastern Europe (including Armenia). It features conical racemes of slightly fragrant, tightly packed, deep violet blue, urn-shaped flowers. They are so named because their clusters of small, bell-shaped, cobalt-blue flowers look like clusters of upside-down grapes
  2. Ferns- When most of us think of fernsm, we imagine them in tropical locations and not so much as part of a bouquet or arrangement. Ferns are just as (if not more) exotic as some rare and special flowers and can give a bouquet that desired texture


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