What kind of meaning does a bouquet convey? What does it tell us? Usually it’s a present meant to express respect, love or gratitude. A bouquet can often embellish an interior – a room in your apartment, an office, a store, a hotel room… A bouquet of live flowers radiates natural energy – and that energy is infectious, touching everyone nearby, infusing the space with its inimitable fragrance. A bouquet, in a word, is an infallible way to create a positive mood, bring a place to life. And there’s another little detail that can’t be ignored – the way flowers are wrapped and presented is one of the most powerful factors in the image of a bouquet.
Take a look at the photograph: those are flower boxes designed by Fleur Box for a client in Birmingham, England. The flowers here are a complete happening all by themselves – tender white roses celebrate the birth of a son as romantic red blooms become a declaration of the giver’s passion for his beloved. An elegantly packaged bouquet is always a good deal more than just the flowers. It’s a kind of symbol, a sign, one received with pride by the woman to whom they are given. Flower boxes can come in any colors, sizes and forms. They can bear florists’ logos; they can be printed with titles or phrases to celebrate important events; they may be tied with ribbons and lace; in a word, they can be anything your fantasy can imagine. And that lets a bouquet become what it really is: the perfect expression of our feelings through floral