Flowers come in exotic colors and fragrances and leave their impression through all seasons. They stand tall as anniversary gifts, proposal accessories and even for funeral commiseration.
It is however, important to present flowers with subtlety. Yes, they make a distinctive impression in bouquet-form, but they gain an exalted status when woven in circular front door wreaths.
It really tests your creative skills in making a suggestive presentation of flowers. You have to select them with wisdom and sometimes, even import them from different quarters of this globe. Rose, lily and tulips are safe bets; but you have to be equally adept in treating the lovely bougainvillea and exotic orchids. You have to keep the flavors of the seasons (spring, summer and autumn) intact and adorn the unique blossoms in specially carved wreaths. A good choice of flowers is a significant step in presenting carnations.
Flowers have such strength of expression that you don’t need to over-burden your wreath with them. They will create a rage even when represented minimally, if your style is unique. The silk and Eucalyptus wreaths utilize general weeds to heighten the influence of rarely spread flowers. You can opt for less flashy and more sedate colors when the occasion is as solemn as a memorial service.
You have to make use of your color and texture-combination sense. For instance, white flowers blend well with a darker background while flamboyant colors tune well with a timid backdrop. You also have to relate to the moods of the occasion; fancies of the guest and demands of the season. Front door wreaths, as stated, ask for some creative action.