Make Your Bouquets Beautiful With Bouquet Berries
“ Flowers… are a proud assertion that a ray of beauty outvalues all the utilities in the world.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson
Therefore, when stems of flowers are clustered together in a bunch or bouquet, they become an extension of sheer magnificence that outshines every extravagant utility in the world.
And if you have got observing eyes, then it must have beheld the sight of berries in a bouquet. Popularly known as bouquet berries, these little, colourful gems are being added to the floral designs, arrangements for visual interest, texture, and beauty. Also, berries are arranged in a bunch of flowers to fill up spaces and as a substitute for flower fillers. For more insight into flower fillers, here is a read-worthy piece for you Filling Your Bundle Of Joy: Know Some Widely Used Flower Fillers (add the link when the blog is live).
Thus, it would not be wrong to say for a florist to create a downright breathtaking beauty, bouquet berries are known to do the trick.
1. Hypericum Berries
The famous of the all-- Hypericum berries are noted for their size and distinct oval form. Often founded in the shade of red, pink, green, hypericum berries bring to a bouquet a pop of colour, dramatic feel, and uniqueness that is hard to ignore. Also known by the name of St. John Wort Berries, add to your bouquet Hypericum berries with its glossy green foliage and spectacular burgundy or purple flowers to make the bouquet a symbol of absolute gorgeousness.
2. Pepper Berries
Having a commercial peppery sell; hence the name. These are tiny and pretty pink berries a perfect choice for giving the centrepiece or a basket of flowers a vintage or boho charm. To a basket or arrangement of flowers in soft hues like salmon pink, white, peach add striking pepper berries for the unmatched charisma. Pepper berries are available in two types: hanging and upright, choose the one that best goes with your arrangement.
3. Berzelia Berries
Petite and perfectly round in tints of greens and whites, Berzelia berries quickly add up the volume to any flower bunch. Couple with the flowers sprigs of tiny, evergreen Berzeila shrub berries and let the flower bunch cast a magic spell.
Take advantage of the season's edible bounty-blueberries to create floral creations that shout out loud beauty and grace in its best-worthy manner. Design a floral blueberry rose bouquet by combining ivory white roses with blueberries. The contrasting tints of white and blue in a bouquet will give to the display an appeal that is worth alluring for hours and days.
5. Unripe Mixed Berries
Let the bouquet exude exuberance, vibrancy, and splendour at its best worthy manner by adding to it unripe Blackberries, Raspberries, and Blueberries. Unripe Blackberries come in colours of dark pink, purple, and green which when combined with blooms in shades of yellow, orange, red wine lends an elegant touch to the bouquet.
6. Pink SnowBerries
For making your decorative box synonymous with grace, sophistication, and poise, look no further than pink snowberries. With a shape reminiscent of gumball, these bright pink berries make a bouquet or box look luscious and downright beautiful. The Snowberries come in tints of red, white, violet; however, pink is favoured by the masses.
7. Tallow Berries
For frosty and winter vibes, trust the tallow berries. In pristine white colour, tallow berries guarantee to add a delightful icy chill to the floral arrangement or display. The soft, smooth texture and discreet size of Tallow berries are the obvious choices for creating a visual that is serene and seductive. Tallow berries are weaved in wreaths.
8. Brunia Berries
A berry that isn’t a berry is Brunia berry. Brunia berries are large in size similar to that of a ball. The neutral colour of the Brunia berries like grey, subtle green makes it the most suitable choice for teaming it up with a host of blooms in varying tones. Extend an arrangement that is bold yet pleasing to look at by incorporating Brunia berries to the bunch.
Bring a touch of glam and style to the floral bouquets, decor, and centrepiece by complementing it with a richly hued berry--Elderberry. Also avowed by the name of Sambucus berry, this indigo berry is glossy and varies in size; thus idyllic choice to go with lighter tones like cream rose for an unparalleled grace.
10. Viburnum Berries
Adorn your flower bouquets or vase with precious jewels with Viburnum berries. Available in deep colours of red, orange, green, and blue, these clustered berries are valued for their eye-catching appearance and present a beautiful way to make the flowers look awe-inspiring to the core.
Make your bouquets a living work of art, beauty, and splendour by amalgamating berries with flowers.