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Symbolism, Bouquet Styles & More
"What's in a name? That which we call a rose
By any other name would smell as sweet." - William Shakespear
But what about Color?
Take a look at the chart below to see what youorite means
|Rose Symbolism Chart
|"Real Touch Flowers"
|We proudly feature
look and feel
exactly like live
You have to SEE &
FEEL these flowers
to believe they
flowers can be
A floral resin that
hardens clear to
give the illusion
that the flowers are
in water! All the
beauty of a live
So we know what Roses symbolize, but what about your other favorite flowers? Take a look and see!
|Flower Symbolism Chart
|Forget Me Not
|Bird Of Paradise
|Lily Of The
|Ten of the most popular
wedding flowers are:
Calla Lily, Orchids, Roses, Hydrangea,
Tulips, Casablanca Lily, Stephanotis,
Gardenia, Lilac, & Lily Of The Valley
All Pictured on page - click any image to
go to gallery of pictures for that flower.
|6 Questions To Ask Your Florist
|1. Why should I choose silk flowers
instead of real flowers?
*Lasting Beauty - as our name implies your
bouquet can truly last forever. You may choose
to package your bouquet and dress to cherish or
have your bouquet turned into a beautiful
arrangement to display lovingly in your home.
*Save Money - Silk flowers are often less
expensive than their real counterparts. We only
use high quality flowers and extreme attention
to detail. We also have available "Real Touch"
flowers that feel real and your fragrance choice
can be added to your bouquet if you so choose.
|2. Is my date available?
Another wonderful thing about silk flowers
is that they do not expire - your date is
|3. What is your design style?
We do not have a set "style." You can
choose your own style - contemporary,
classic, artistic, natural, etc.......
|4. Is there a charge for a consultation?
While some florist may charge you a fee for
a consultation, we do not.
|5. How far in advance do you need to
We can create all your floral needs with as
little as a months notice.
|6. What flowers are in season?
Silk flowers are always in season! (Rare and
Exotic flowers may require a minimal
surcharge and additional notice)